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Characterizing and Isolating (Bio)macromolecular Structures using MALS

Characterizing and Isolating (Bio)macromolecular Structures using MALS

People with treatment-resistant depression at higher risk of developing substance use syndrome

People with treatment-resistant depression at higher risk of developing substance use syndrome

European Research Council awards grant for research on insulin-producing cells

European Research Council awards grant for research on insulin-producing cells

Study describes new muscular disease caused by mutation in myoglobin gene

Study describes new muscular disease caused by mutation in myoglobin gene

Researchers discover underlying cause of hereditary muscle disease

Researchers discover underlying cause of hereditary muscle disease

Commonly prescribed ADHD drug unlikely to increase cardiovascular risks in children

Commonly prescribed ADHD drug unlikely to increase cardiovascular risks in children

Quidel receives CE mark to use Sofia 2 Lyme+ Fluorescent Immunoassay with Sofia 2 analyzer

Quidel receives CE mark to use Sofia 2 Lyme+ Fluorescent Immunoassay with Sofia 2 analyzer

New pencil-like spectrometer holds promise for remote medical diagnostics

New pencil-like spectrometer holds promise for remote medical diagnostics

New device can monitor mitochondria in the heart to predict cardiac arrest

New device can monitor mitochondria in the heart to predict cardiac arrest

Muscle genetics plays crucial role in success of marathon runners, study shows

Muscle genetics plays crucial role in success of marathon runners, study shows

New powerful natural preservative formulation can increase shelf-life for chilled-meat products

New powerful natural preservative formulation can increase shelf-life for chilled-meat products

New study on deep-diving whales may help researchers create synthetic blood for human trauma patients

New study on deep-diving whales may help researchers create synthetic blood for human trauma patients

New tissue 'scaffold' technology could one day help produce large organs

New tissue 'scaffold' technology could one day help produce large organs

Compound in saliva may protect from toxins in tea, coffee and liquid smoke flavoring

Compound in saliva may protect from toxins in tea, coffee and liquid smoke flavoring

Compound in saliva and proteins in blood may protect human cells from powerful toxins in tea, coffee

Compound in saliva and proteins in blood may protect human cells from powerful toxins in tea, coffee

Protein Data Bank now contains over 100,000 structures

Protein Data Bank now contains over 100,000 structures

Ferritin protects kidneys against damage by controlling iron

Ferritin protects kidneys against damage by controlling iron

New model to predict which patients are most likely to have severe kidney failure from rhabdomyolysis

New model to predict which patients are most likely to have severe kidney failure from rhabdomyolysis

Roche files TnT-hs assay 510(k) submission with FDA for use on laboratory analyzers

Roche files TnT-hs assay 510(k) submission with FDA for use on laboratory analyzers

Scientists determine structure of green pigment seen in nitrite-cured bacon, other meats

Scientists determine structure of green pigment seen in nitrite-cured bacon, other meats