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Bruker announces innovative UHF magnet technology for high-resolution NMR in structural biology

Bruker announces innovative UHF magnet technology for high-resolution NMR in structural biology

‘Hit-and-run’ interaction between proteins appears to be key trigger for cell death

‘Hit-and-run’ interaction between proteins appears to be key trigger for cell death

Researchers aim to identify potential new drugs for wide range of diseases using AI

Researchers aim to identify potential new drugs for wide range of diseases using AI

New Research Unit funded by DFG aims to improve diagnosis of genetic diseases

New Research Unit funded by DFG aims to improve diagnosis of genetic diseases

New class of molecules could someday become basis for Zika-specific therapeutic

New class of molecules could someday become basis for Zika-specific therapeutic

Researchers unravel 3D structure of key molecular target for cancer treatment

Researchers unravel 3D structure of key molecular target for cancer treatment

Scientists develop new accurate computational method to enhance drug target stability

Scientists develop new accurate computational method to enhance drug target stability

Study uncovers potential new strategy to treat influenza A

Study uncovers potential new strategy to treat influenza A

Researchers develop method for rapidly measuring proteins' unique vibrations

Researchers develop method for rapidly measuring proteins' unique vibrations

Research reveals how metabolites can be used to inhibit epigenetic mechanisms and treat MS

Research reveals how metabolites can be used to inhibit epigenetic mechanisms and treat MS

Structure of human type 2 cannabinoid receptor revealed

Structure of human type 2 cannabinoid receptor revealed

UVA scientist receives $1 million award to map out submicroscopic world

UVA scientist receives $1 million award to map out submicroscopic world

New design guidance could advance development of disease-sensing nanomaterials

New design guidance could advance development of disease-sensing nanomaterials

Johns Hopkins scientists find new compound that may prevent reperfusion injury

Johns Hopkins scientists find new compound that may prevent reperfusion injury

Scientists join forces to identify a new approach to fight African sleeping sickness

Scientists join forces to identify a new approach to fight African sleeping sickness

Researchers identify suicide toxin in the bacteria responsible for tuberculosis

Researchers identify suicide toxin in the bacteria responsible for tuberculosis

Researchers design interleukin protein to balance overshooting immune response

Researchers design interleukin protein to balance overshooting immune response

Synthetic compound reverses mutant p53 aggregate accumulation, study shows

Synthetic compound reverses mutant p53 aggregate accumulation, study shows

Using Assay Kits and Dyes to Advance Cell Biology Research

Using Assay Kits and Dyes to Advance Cell Biology Research

Novel insight on inflammatory regulation could pave way for effective pain therapies

Novel insight on inflammatory regulation could pave way for effective pain therapies