For the first time, a team of researchers have identified a new DNA structure inside cells that has an entirely different shape to the iconic “double helix” shape uncovered by Watson and Crick in 1953.
Researchers have used a sophisticated gene-editing technology to create a new type of embryonic stem cell and an atlas of the human genome.
We’re investigating, for the first time, a really broad sweep of DBPs, including the really toxic brominated ones, to understand if GAC will work for them.
Researchers have discovered a gene linked to fatal outcomes in Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection that could be used as a novel prognostic biomarker and treatment target.
According to research presented at the 28th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID), the toxin-antitoxin (TA) system found within E. coli can be induced to inhibit the growth of the bacterium.
Nanoparticles are gaining increasing importance in the biological sciences as sensors, labels for cells and molecules, and in therapeutics. Silver nanoparticles are of particular interest due to their special properties.
Silver Nanoparticles and HIV
Actomyosin in Muscle Contraction
What is Antigenic Drift?
Insulin-like Growth Factors
The Microbiome and Aging
Researchers discover new gene associated with aortic aneurysms
Researchers discover key link between fat, immune cells and heat regulation
Scientists identify new DNA structure within living human cells
Scientists use haploid stem cells to create an atlas of the human genome
Role of extrachromosomal pieces of DNA in cancer development and treatment resistance
qEV Size Exclusion Columns for Fast and Reliable Isolation of Extracellular Vesicles from Plasma
New Opioid Molecule Designed to Prevent Side Effects
FDA Approves First Ever NGS-Based Companion Diagnostic
Determining the 3D Structure of Human Cannabinoid CB1 Receptor
DEA Delays Its Decision to Ban Kratom and its Derivatives
W-18—A Potentially Dangerous, New Street Drug
Claire is Evidence & Policy Manager at the UK and international charity Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF). She discusses the signs and symptoms of meningitis in newborns, and the aims for the recent diagnostic eTool developed by the MRF.
Prof. Susan Richardson
In this interview, Prof. Susan Richardson discusses the use of GAC to control disinfection by-products.
Prof. Parry Hashemi
Parry outlines her research in diagnosing depression, which led to her winning the Pittcon 2018 Achievement Award.
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