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Researchers prevent, normalize tumors using light to control cell electric signals

Tufts University biologists using a frog model have demonstrated for the first time that it is possible to prevent tumors from forming and normalize tumors after they have formed by using light to control electrical ... - Read More

Chemists develop an ultra-sensitive test for cancers, HIV

A common theme in medicine is that detecting a disease early on can lead to more effective treatments This relies partly on luck that the patient gets screened at the right time but more important ... - Read More

Tips on Seeking a Thyroid Surgeon, How to Improve Cancer Immunotherapy, Drug Combination Shuts Down Tumor Growth in Aggressive Lung Cancer, and more in the Cancer News Source

in living cells Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine have now achieved this by applying the popular DNA editing technique CRISPR Cas9 to RNA The study is published March 17 in ... - Read More

U of S Researchers Develop New Tools to Combat Antibiotic Resistance

the RecA enzyme that turns it on and the LexA enzyme that keeps it turned off The team developed compounds that inhibit the RecA “on” switch This prevented the SOS response made the antibiotics more ... - Read More

'Sticky waves: ' molecular interactions at the nanoscale

Like the gravitational forces that are responsible for the attraction between the Earth and the moon as well as the dynamics of the entire solar system there exist attractive forces between objects at the nanoscale ... - Read More

UEA Scientists Pave Way for New Generation of Superbug Drugs

Released 18 Feb 2016 11 05 AM ESTEmbargo expired 22 Feb 2016 11 00 AM ESTSource Newsroom University of East Anglia Add to Favorites Contact Information Available for logged in reporters only Citations Nature February ... - Read More

New Theorem Helps Reveal Tuberculosis' Secret

Released 22 Feb 2016 4 05 PM ESTSource Newsroom Rice University Add to Favorites Contact Information Available for logged in reporters only Citations PLOS Computational BiologyMar 1 2016 HOUSTON Feb 22 2016 A new methodology ... - Read More

Biofuel tech straight from the farm

Nature's figured it out already how to best break down food into fuel Now scientists have caught up showing that fungi found in the guts of goats horses and sheep could help fill up your ... - Read More

Fluorescent biosensors light up high-throughput metabolic engineering

Synthetic biologists are learning to turn microbes and unicellular organisms into highly productive factories by re engineering their metabolism to produce valued commodities such as fine chemicals therapeutics and biofuels To speed up identification of ... - Read More

Chemical Cages: New Technique Advances Synthetic Biology

Released 11 Feb 2016 2 05 PM ESTSource Newsroom Arizona State University Add to Favorites Contact Information Available for logged in reporters only Citations Nature CommunicationsFeb 12 2016 Living systems rely on a dizzying variety ... - Read More

Researchers create synthetic biopathway to turn agriculture waste into 'green' products

Researchers at the University of Minnesota have engineered a new synthetic biopathway that can more efficiently and cost effectively turn agricultural waste like corn stover and orange peels into a variety of useful products ranging ... - Read More

Researchers Create Synthetic Biopathway to Turn Agriculture Waste Into 'Green' Products

Released 8 Feb 2016 10 00 AM ESTSource Newsroom University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering more news from this source Add to Favorites Contact Information Available for logged in reporters only Citations Nature ... - Read More

Study Reveals Proteins Most Associated With Aging

Released 29 Jan 2016 1 05 PM ESTSource Newsroom Stony Brook University more news from this source Add to Favorites Contact Information Available for logged in reporters only Citations StructureJan 30 2016 STONY BROOK N ... - Read More

First materials woven at atomic and molecular levels: Weaving a new story for COFS and MOFs

There are many different ways to make nanomaterials but weaving the oldest and most enduring method of making fabrics has not been one of them until now An international collaboration led by scientists at the ... - Read More

Seeing the big picture in photosynthetic light harvesting

To understand what goes on inside a beehive you can't just study the activity of a single bee Likewise to understand the photosynthetic light harvesting that takes place inside the chloroplast of a leaf you ... - Read More

Microbes Take Their Vitamins - for the Good of Science

Released 21 Jan 2016 10 05 AM ESTSource Newsroom Pacific Northwest National Laboratory more news from this source Add to Favorites Contact Information Available for logged in reporters only Citations ACS Chemical Biology Dec 15 ... - Read More

NUS Researchers Uncover Potent Parasite-Killing Mechanism of Nobel Prize-Winning Anti-Malarial Drug

Released 22 Dec 2015 10 05 PM ESTSource Newsroom National University of Singapore more news from this source Add to Favorites Contact Information Available for logged in reporters only Citations Nature CommunicationsNUS researchers uncover potent ... - Read More

Liver Protein Boosts Growth of Insulin-Producing Cells

Released 8 Dec 2015 12 00 PM ESTEmbargo expired 14 Dec 2015 12 00 PM ESTSource Newsroom Joslin Diabetes Center more news from this source Add to Favorites Contact Information Available for logged in reporters ... - Read More

Nanotech-based sensor developed to measure microRNAs in blood, speed cancer detection

A simple ultrasensitive microRNA sensor developed and tested by researchers from the schools of science and medicine at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis and the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center holds promise ... - Read More

Prominent Biochemist Peng Wu Joins TSRI

Professors Paulson Wong Kelly Cravatt Yates and many others ” Wu added his lab has recently been focusing on the study of how glycosylation is regulated in immune cell activation Understanding the underlying mechanism of ... - Read More
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