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Enzymes allow DNA to swap information with exotic molecules

molecules
The discovery of the Rosetta Stone resolved a longstanding puzzle permitting the translation of Egyptian hieroglyphs into Ancient Greek Share This See Also Biochemistry Research Biotechnology Organic Chemistry Biochemistry RNA Protein folding Denaturation biochemistry Macromolecule ... - Read More

Novel insights into the evolution of protein networks

Protein, Protein, protein
System wide networks of proteins are indispensable for organisms Function and evolution of these networks are among the most fascinating research questions in biology Bioinformatician Thomas Rattei University of Vienna and physicist Hernan Makse City ... - Read More

Faster, Smarter and Cheaper Drug Discovery

Released 3 20 2013 12 00 PM EDTEmbargo expired 3 21 2013 12 00 PM EDTSource Newsroom University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey UMDNJ more news from this source Mar 21 2013 NEWARK ... - Read More

DNA catalysts do the work of protein enzymes

Illinois chemists have used DNA to do a protein's job creating opportunities for DNA to find work in more areas of biology chemistry and medicine than ever before Share This See Also Human Biology Genes ... - Read More

New sensor developed for methylated DNA

Collaborators from Mayo Illinois Alliance for Technology Based Healthcare have developed a new single molecule test for detecting methylated DNA Methylation the addition of a methyl group of molecules to a DNA strand is one ... - Read More

Asterix's Roman Foes - Researchers Have a Better Idea of How Cancer Cells Move and Grow

Released 3 11 2013 11 00 PM EDTSource Newsroom Universite de Montreal more news from this source In a number of biological processes including in the formation of metastases cells communicate with each other in ... - Read More

Scientists find more precise way to turn off genes, a major goal of treatments that target cancer

Scientists at UC San Francisco have found a more precise way to turn off genes a finding that will speed research discoveries and biotech advances and may eventually prove useful in reprogramming cells to regenerate ... - Read More

Stressed proteins can cause blood clots for hours

Proteins, Proteins, proteins
New research from Rice University Baylor College of Medicine BCM and the Puget Sound Blood Center PSBC has revealed how stresses of flow in the small blood vessels of the heart and brain could cause ... - Read More

Beating heart cells in a lab dish: Creating new tissue instead of transplanting hearts

cells, cells
Embryonic stem cells can develop into any kind of tissue Adult stem cells can still turn into different kinds of cells but their differentiation potential is significantly reduced The mechanisms influencing the differentiation of stem ... - Read More

Beating heart cells in the lab: Creating new tissue instead of transplanting hearts

cells, cells
Embryonic stem cells can develop into any kind of tissue Adult stem cells can still turn into different kinds of cells but their differentiation potential is significantly reduced The mechanisms influencing the differentiation of stem ... - Read More

New Study Shows Cannabis Effects on Driving Skills

Released 3 1 2013 11 55 AM ESTSource Newsroom American Association for Clinical Chemistry AACC more news from this source Mar 1 2013 WASHINGTON – New research appearing online today in Clinical Chemistry the journal ... - Read More

New Chemical Probe Provides Tool to Investigate Role of Malignant Brain Tumor Domains in Chromatin Structure and Regulation

Released 3 1 2013 8 00 AM ESTSource Newsroom University of North Carolina School of Medicine more news from this source Mar 1 2013 “Before this there were no known chemical probes for the more ... - Read More

Pour, shake and stir: How gold particles, DNA and water have the potential to shape the future of medicine

Water, Water, Water
A diagnostic 'cocktail ' containing a single drop of blood a dribble of water and a dose of DNA powder with gold particles could one day lead to the treatment of the world's leading diseases ... - Read More

March of the pathogens: Parasite metabolism can foretell disease ranges under climate change

Metabolism
Knowing the temperatures that viruses bacteria worms and all other parasites need to grow and survive could help determine the future range of infectious diseases under climate change according to new research Share This See ... - Read More

BPA may affect the developing brain by disrupting gene regulation

developing, BPA
Environmental exposure to bisphenol A BPA a widespread chemical found in plastics and resins may suppress a gene vital to nerve cell function and to the development of the central nervous system according to a ... - Read More

'NanoVelcro' device to grab single cancer cells from blood: Improvement enables 'liquid biopsies' for metastatic melanoma

cancer
Researchers at UCLA report that they have refined a method they previously developed for capturing and analyzing cancer cells that break away from patients' tumors and circulate in the blood With the improvements to their ... - Read More

Protein 'passport' helps nanoparticles get past immune system

System, Immune system
The body's immune system exists to identify and destroy foreign objects whether they are bacteria viruses flecks of dirt or splinters Unfortunately nanoparticles designed to deliver drugs and implanted devices like pacemakers or artificial joints ... - Read More

Cure for common hangover? 'Pill' mimics action of human liver in fighting alcohol intoxication

Enzyme, Enzyme, Engineering, Enzyme, enzyme
In a discovery that could promise a quick fix to the common hangover a team of researchers led by UCLA engineers has identified a method for speeding up the body's reaction to the consumption of ... - Read More

New therapeutics could accelerate wound healing

cells, cells
In before and after photos from advertisements for wound healing ointments bandages and antibiotic creams we see an injury transformed from an inflamed red gash to smooth and flawless skin Share This See Also Wounds ... - Read More

Not your conventional nucleic acids: Spherical nucleic acids have novel properties that are perfect for biomedical applications

Northwestern University's Chad A Mirkin a world renowned leader in nanotechnology research and its application has invented and developed a powerful material that could revolutionize biomedicine spherical nucleic acids SNAs Share This See Also Genes ... - Read More
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