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Examine DNA Using a Phone

Author: Xin Su

23 December 2014 – A handheld smartphone-based fluorescence microscopy platform can effectively image and size single DNA molecules

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10 Years Ago And Now Interview Series

Author: Chemistry - An Asian Journal

21 December 2014 – Chemistry – An Asian Journal speaks with researchers about what has changed since the journal was founded

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Family Tree of Macromolecular Crystallographers


19 December 2014 – Most important achievements of crystallographers that led to major advances in understanding of structure and function of biological macromolecules

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Surgical Waste Becomes Useful

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

15 December 2014 – Extracellular matrix isolated from lipoaspiration surgical waste is used for cell cultivation in vitro

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Epigenetics is Origami

Author: Veronika Belusa

13 December 2014 – The first high-resolution, 3-D maps of entire folded genomes revel the principles of chromatin looping

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Hair As PBDE Biomarker

Author: Veronika Belusa

04 December 2014 – Hair used as a biomarker for exposure to polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) flame retardants

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Searching for Christmas Presents?


01 December 2014 – Still searching for a Christmas present? Editors recommend gift ideas with a scientific flavor

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Nanoparticles As Injectable Bandage

Author: Antonia Niedobitek

28 November 2014 – Nanomedicine offers a new intravenous tool to control severe bleeding quickly and efficiently

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Self-assembled Protein Cube


24 November 2014 – A porous protein cage comprised of 24 subunits has been created

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No Clean Bill of Health


19 November 2014 – Triclosan, commonly used in antibacterial soaps, can cause liver cancer and fibrosis in mice

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