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Magazine articles on biology, life sciences, biotech, medical research.
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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 11, 2014
Patrick Walter
Genome study to pursue Richard III's medical history In what will be the first study of its kind on a historical figure, scientists at the University of Leicester will lead efforts to sequence the genome of Richard III, the last Plantagenet king of England. mark for My Articles 82 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
Chemistry World
February 6, 2014
Carla Pegoraro
Catching viruses associated with cervical cancer Researchers in the UK have developed an automated bioassay that can spot the forms of the human papilloma virus most often linked with cervical cancer. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 5, 2014
Andy Extance
Plants bear palladium catalyst fruit UK researchers have redefined the term 'chemical plant' by showing thale cress (Arabidopsis thaliana) seedlings can reduce palladium salts and help produce catalytic nanoparticles. mark for My Articles 82 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
Chemistry World
February 4, 2014
Kirsty Muirhead
Co-localization sheds light on mechanisms underlying Parkinson's disease Researchers in Australia have unveiled an immune-labelling and imaging mass spectrometry technique to demonstrate the interaction of iron and dopamine in the brain of a Parkinson's disease mouse model. mark for My Articles 36 similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
February 1, 2014
William Looney
A Spark From GSK Today, there is promise in new approaches that rely on the "other language of biology," using the human body's own circuitry of cells and nerves to induce precisely targeted therapeutic effects against a range of debilitating diseases. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Chemistry World
February 3, 2014
Jonathan Wells
Shining a light on hospital wastewater Researchers in Portugal looking to find new ways to inactivate multidrug resistant-pathogenic bacteria have found an alternative to the traditional expensive and often ineffective methods for treating hospital effluent. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
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