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Chemistry World
February 17, 2014
Helen Bache
Small molecules stop cervical cancer virus assembling Researchers in China have disrupted the life cycle of the leading cause of cervical cancer -- the human papilloma virus -- using a macrocyclic molecule called a pillarene. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 14, 2014
Jason Woolford
Sandy nanoparticles for safer-by-design sunscreens Nanoparticles coated with an inert layer of silica could be used in sunscreens and cosmetics to reduce the potential hazards of these increasingly indispensable materials, new research shows. mark for My Articles 94 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 12, 2014
Amy Middleton-Gear
Neutralizing heparin without complications Recovering from operations could become easier thanks to a self-assembling multivalent heparin binding agent being developed by scientists in the UK, Italy and Spain. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 12, 2014
Manisha Lalloo
Synthetic strategy targets 'undruggable' small RNAs Chemists in the US have found a way to predict small molecules that can target short pieces of RNA involved in some diseases, such as cancer. mark for My Articles 252 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 12, 2014
Graham Wynne
Introduction to biological and small molecule drug research and development This text, edited by Ganellin and others, will be of particular interest both to the medicinal chemist who is looking to increase their knowledge beyond the small molecules area, and those with experience in the biologics field. mark for My Articles 93 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 7, 2014
Harriet Brewerton
Saliva information Scientists in the US have developed a mouthguard sensor that could be used to monitor metabolites in saliva to provide real-time information on the health status of the wearer. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
February 6, 2014
Dave Asprey
Suffer From Insomnia? Light Hacking Will Change Your Life Many studies have linked late-night exposure to light to some really unpleasant things, like obesity, breast cancer, prostate cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and more. mark for My Articles 67 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 5, 2014
Jenifer Mizen
Protein-free and low sugar -- not a new diet, a new vaccine A Streptococcus pneumonia vaccine with fewer sugar units and no antigenic protein is not only easier to produce but could also induce a superior immune response to the vaccine currently in clinical use. mark for My Articles 146 similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
February 1, 2014
Ben Comer
The Active Patient: Faces Of Change Advocacy organizations and individual patients are getting more involved in every facet of the healthcare system, from drug R&D, to federal and state policy all fueled by the hour-to-hour passion of living with a disease and having access to social media. mark for My Articles 337 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 31, 2014
William Bergius
Fireworks and the spread of particulate matter A detailed study into on the spatiotemporal distribution of atmospheric pollutants arising from the wide scale use of fireworks has been carried out by scientists in China, with a view to highlighting related environmental and health concerns. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
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