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Exhibitors display latest biotechnology products and applications at BIOTECHNICA 2009

Exhibitors display latest biotechnology products and applications at BIOTECHNICA 2009

ImmunoCellular Therapeutics completes humanization of its ICT-37 and ICT-109 antibody candidates

ImmunoCellular Therapeutics completes humanization of its ICT-37 and ICT-109 antibody candidates

NIDDK awards $1.2 million grant to Bolder BioTechnology for long-acting EPO analog program

NIDDK awards $1.2 million grant to Bolder BioTechnology for long-acting EPO analog program

Rice researchers describe a new method to predict the efficacy of H1N1 vaccines

Rice researchers describe a new method to predict the efficacy of H1N1 vaccines

Cephalon, Inc. completes acquisition of Arana Therapeutics

Cephalon, Inc. completes acquisition of Arana Therapeutics

Enzyme discovery may lead to better heart and stroke treatments

Enzyme discovery may lead to better heart and stroke treatments

Arana and Greenovation in anti-cancer co-development deal

Arana and Greenovation in anti-cancer co-development deal

New horizons in the creation of synthetic enzymes

New horizons in the creation of synthetic enzymes

Birth of an enzyme

Birth of an enzyme

Designer enzymes

Designer enzymes

Scientists unveil structure of molecular target of many drugs

Scientists unveil structure of molecular target of many drugs

MIT model could improve some drugs' effectiveness

MIT model could improve some drugs' effectiveness

New protein structure found - important for drug discovery

New protein structure found - important for drug discovery

Important advance in understanding the complex interactions between proteins

Important advance in understanding the complex interactions between proteins

Completely novel approach to fighting HIV infections

Completely novel approach to fighting HIV infections

Biochemists detect subtle new gyration that protein molecules undergo

Biochemists detect subtle new gyration that protein molecules undergo

Natural antifreeze protein may help store human organs

Natural antifreeze protein may help store human organs

Simple and efficient method for creation of novel protein functions in an existing protein scaffold

Simple and efficient method for creation of novel protein functions in an existing protein scaffold

Researchers set a new standard in the design and engineering of nuclear hormone receptor-based genetic on-off switches

Researchers set a new standard in the design and engineering of nuclear hormone receptor-based genetic on-off switches

Nanoscale mechanism to externally control the function and action of a protein

Nanoscale mechanism to externally control the function and action of a protein