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Plant protein shape puzzle solved by molecular 3-D model

Molecular, Plant, plant, molecular
Researchers from North Carolina State University believe they have solved a puzzle that has vexed science since plants first appeared on Earth Share This See Also Endangered Plants Botany Biology Biochemistry Materials Science Organic Chemistry ... - Read More

Molecular 'superglue' based on flesh-eating bacteria

Molecular, Bacteria, molecular, bacteria
In a classic case of turning an enemy into a friend scientists have engineered a protein from flesh eating bacteria to act as a molecular superglue that promises to become a disease fighter And their ... - Read More

Lights, chemistry, action: New method for mapping brain activity

Chemistry, Chemistry, Chemistry
Building on their history of innovative brain imaging techniques scientists at the U S Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory and collaborators have developed a new way to use light and chemistry to map brain ... - Read More

High Levels of Lead Detected in Rice Imported From Certain Countries

Rice imported from certain countries contains high levels of lead that could pose health risks particularly for infants and children who are especially sensitive to lead’s effects and adults of Asian heritage who consume large ... - Read More

Transparent brain using hydrogel process

Molecular, molecular
Combining neuroscience and chemical engineering researchers at Stanford University have developed a process that renders a mouse brain transparent The postmortem brain remains whole not sliced or sectioned in any way with its three dimensional ... - Read More

On Yak-a-mein Soup, a.k.a., 'Old Sober' 

an effective remedy and with the scientific basis revealed only years later ” Mitchell spoke on the chemistry and physiology of the hangover at a symposium “Chemistry of the Bar ” which connects with the ... - Read More

New Evidence That Egg White Protein May Help High Blood Pressure

less than the temperatures typically used to cook eggs He cited evidence from other research however that egg whites may retain their beneficial effects on blood pressure after cooking One for instance published in the ... - Read More

Moving cells with light holds medical promise

Medical
Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis have shown they can coax cells to move toward a beam of light The feat is a first step toward manipulating cells to control insulin ... - Read More

Population Boom Poses Interconnected Challenges of Energy, Food, Water

we have to move the technology from the bench to the real world so that solutions see the light of day which the industry speakers in the session can address Regulatory policies have to keep ... - Read More

How life may have first emerged on Earth: Foldable proteins in a high-salt environment

Salt, Environment
A structural biologist at the Florida State University College of Medicine has made discoveries that could lead scientists a step closer to understanding how life first emerged on Earth billions of years ago Share This ... - Read More

Chemistry: Elusive mechanism of widely used click reaction revealed

Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute TSRI have illuminated the mechanism at the heart of one of the most useful processes in modern chemistry A reaction that is robust and easy to perform it is ... - Read More

3-D printer can build synthetic tissues

cells, cells
A custom built programmable 3D printer can create materials with several of the properties of living tissues Oxford University scientists have demonstrated Share This See Also Stem Cells Nervous System Computer Programming Distributed Computing Local ... - Read More

Building better blood vessels could advance tissue engineering

Building, Engineering
One of the major obstacles to growing new organs replacement hearts lungs and kidneys is the difficulty researchers face in building blood vessels that keep the tissues alive but new findings from the University of ... - Read More

Third-generation device significantly improves capture of circulating tumor cells

tumor
A new system for isolating rare circulating tumor cells CTCs living solid tumor cells found at low levels in the bloodstream shows significant improvement over previously developed devices and does not require prior identification of ... - Read More

Fighting listeria and other food-borne illnesses with nanobiotechnology

Nanobiotechnology
Engineering researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a new method to kill deadly pathogenic bacteria including listeria in food handling and packaging This innovation represents an alternative to the use of antibiotics or chemical ... - Read More

3-D scaffolds a new tool to fight cancer

cancer
Porous polymer scaffolds fabricated to support the growth of biological tissue for implantation may hold the potential to greatly accelerate the development of cancer therapeutics Share This See Also Cancer Brain Tumor Lung Cancer Biochemistry ... - Read More

Sorting out Parkinson's protein structure: Computer modeling may offer hints for new drug-design strategies

Structure, Protein structure, Structure, protein structure
Clumps of proteins that accumulate in brain cells are a hallmark of neurological diseases such as dementia Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease Over the past several years there has been much controversy over the structure ... - Read More

Advance in describing the conformation of proteins that do not have a defined structure

Researchers with the joint program between IRB Barcelona and the Barcelona Supercomputing Center BSC have devised a new strategy to study the shape of proteins Share This See Also Molecular Biology Cell Biology Biology Biochemistry ... - Read More

Artificial spleen to treat bloodstream infections: Sepsis therapeutic device under development

to treat, Therapeutic
The Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University announced today that it was awarded a $9.25 million contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency DARPA to further advance a blood cleansing technology ... - Read More

Opposites attract: How cells and cell fragments move in electric fields

cell, cells, cells, cell
Like tiny crawling compass needles whole living cells and cell fragments orient and move in response to electric fields but in opposite directions scientists at the University of California Davis have found Their results published ... - Read More
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