Modified natural products make attractive drug candidates, but their synthesis can be difficult. A group of European researchers has invented a new method to synthesize and screen modified natural products in an NMR-tube bioreactor.
The Past, Present, and Future of Precision Medicine
Potential New Metabolic Biomarkers of Lung Cancer Identified with Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Fatty Fish Protect Against Type II Diabetes
Metastatic Migration in Cancer may be Influenced by Metabolism
An Overview of Proteolysis
Recent Advancements in the Analysis of Exterior Drug Packaging to Predict its Contents
Researchers uncover genetic mechanisms that govern brain plasticity
Fruit flies have a new defense strategy to deal with oxidative stress
New 3D model shows how breast cancer cells interact with the body’s stem cells
Simplifying Progress: Sartorius sharpens its brand focus
Bruker announces fully validated NMR module for metabolite quantification in urine (research use only)
Researchers map key atomic structures in measles, mumps, flu and RSV
Emerging Cell Culture Trends for 2020
Novel NMR Bioreactor Identifies Naturally-derived Drug Candidates
Albumin for Vaccine Stabilization
Stabilizing Peptides and Proteins
What are the Mechanical Testing Methods for Vascular Stents?
Using SNPs and STRs for Human Identification
An interview with ZEISS, to discuss the challenges faced in neuroscience research microscopy techniques and their latest microscope.
Andrew Sewell speaks to News-Medical about his breakthrough research, in which he has discovered a new T-Cell that could treat most cancers.
News-Medical speaks to Elisabeth Fassas about the process and struggles of getting into medical school, in which she has recently published in her book, Making Pre-Med Count.