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Trans-Atlantic Biochemical Alliance

Author: Veronika Belusa

22 May 2014 – Collaboration between the European and American biochemical societies

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Lipase: Rather Fixed than Free

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

16 May 2014 – Immobilization of the lipase SMG1 and its application in synthesis of diacylglycerides

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With the Help of a Chaperone

Author: Melania Tesio

12 May 2014 – A compound that prevents pathogenetic processes in Alzheimer's disease has been found by US scientists

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Useful Damage

Author: Melania Tesio

10 May 2014 – Small molecules targeting the nucleotide pool sanitization enzyme (MTH1) suppress tumor growth by inducing DNA damage

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Amphotericin Derivatives on the Way?

Author: Melania Tesio

05 May 2014 – A new mechanism of action of amphotericin B has been found and it may promote the development of less toxic derivatives

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How to Overcome the Blood–Brain Barrier

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

23 April 2014 – Two antibody fragments are identified as possible mediators for drug transport past the blood-brain barrier

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Cellulose from Algae Helps to Fight Virus Pandemics

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

17 April 2014 – Nanocellulose filters from filamentous green algae are tested for their virus retention properties

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Pay Attention to Silver Nanoparticles!

Author: Melania Tesio

15 April 2014 – Ag nanoparticles trigger detrimental biochemical responses in human cells

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Biotech in Germany

Author: ChemistryViews.org

01 April 2014 – German biotech industry is developing slowly, but cooperations with pharmaceutical, chemical and consumer industry is promising

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Fungi Turn Waste Into Wealth

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

31 March 2014 – A cheap by-product of table sugar production can be used for the production of biofuel after treatment with fungal exoenzymes

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