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A Closer Look at the Dengue Virus Cap

Author: Adrian Neal

24 November 2015 – Crystal structure shows how an enzyme places a protective cap on the RNA of the dengue virus

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Cell-Free Protein Synthesis


21 November 2015 – Easy production of protein-based drugs and vaccines

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Bacteria Cause Pipeline Problems

Author: Nancy McGuire

20 November 2015 – Groundwater seeps between damaged coatings and steel pipes, setting the stage for corrosion

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Synthetic Biology Toolboxes for Cyanobacteria

Author: Anar Murphy

17 November 2015 – Controlling gene expression in cyanobacteria

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Fluorescent pH-Responsive Biosensor

Author: Jenna Pope

16 November 2015 – Hydrogel sensor using a thioflavin T cross-linker

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Alternatives to Animal Testing


13 November 2015 – ECHA to require registrants to consider alternatives when submitting proposals to test on animals

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Brushing Up On Cell Imaging


07 November 2015 – Bottlebrush polymers tipped with DNA bind large numbers of fluorophores

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Predicting Plant Flowering

Author: Veronika Belusa

05 November 2015 – Molecular mechanism causes Scottish thale cress to flower earlier than its counterparts in warmer regions

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Understanding Light-Induced DNA Damage


23 October 2015 – Ultrafast spectroscopy offers insight into both light damage and photodynamic therapy

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Preventing Bone Marrow Transplant Complications

Author: Cytometry Part A

22 October 2015 – Animal model capable of separating adverse and desired effects during stem cell transplantation in leukemia research

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