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Alternative CRISPR Targeting Method


28 May 2017 – Merck develops alternative CRISPR genome editing method

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Antimicrobial Polymers against Biofilms


19 May 2017 – Polycarbonates with broad-spectrum activity against microbes

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CWTS Leiden Ranking 2017


18 May 2017 – Assessing the scientific performance of over 900 universities based on bibliometric indicators

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Making Calcium Alginate Particles with a Centrifuge


01 May 2017 – Oil-free mass production of uniformly sized Ca-alginate particles

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Progress in Indian Chemistry Research


22 April 2017 – India contributes growing numbers of chemistry articles, but is still underrepresented for highly cited papers

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Translational Oncolytic Virotherapy

Author: Ann-Christin Hau

04 April 2017 – Novel approach to restrict genetic-engineered therapies to malignant tissues

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Reviews in ChemPubSoc Europe Journals

Author: ChemViews

02 April 2017 – The latest review articles in ChemPubSoc Europe journals

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Structure of Apple Allergen Identified


18 February 2017 – Basis for understanding cross-reactivity between birch pollen and apple allergens

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Motor Proteine Changes Direction

Author: Marek Czykanski (Image: Kuo-Fu Tseng, Oregon State University)

09 January 2017 – Insights into cellular machinery that animal and fungi cells use to ensure normal cell division

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Nose-to-Brain Delivery of Nanoemulsions


04 January 2017 – To what extend can nanoparticles be delivered through the nose-to-brain pathway, a shortcut for direct drug delivery to the brain

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