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Safe and Efficient Drug for Hunter Syndrome

Author: Anar Murphy

11 September 2014 – A drug designed to treat Mucopolysaccharidosis II or Hunter syndrome is safe and efficient in Rhesus monkeys

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Enzymatic Degumming

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer 

10 September 2014 – A microbial phospholipase is tested for its efficiency in degumming crude vegetable oils

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Boron and the Development of Crop Plants

Author: Melania Tesio

09 September 2014 – Boron crucially affects the development of crop plants

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A New Way to 2D Gold Nanoparticles

Author: Xin Su

08 September 2014 – Oil/water interface allows the growth of hyper-branched gold nanoparticles in two dimensions

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Dietary Guidelines for a Cancer-Free Prostate

Author: Melania Tesio

07 September 2014 – Foods associated with a reduced risk of developing prostate cancer identified

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A New Kinase Inhibitor Halts Leukemia Development

Author: Melania Tesio

06 September 2014 – A novel chemical blocks the development of T-cell acute leukemia by selectively inhibiting cyclin-dependent kinase 7

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Does Cannabis Help with Alzheimer's Disease?

Author: Melania Tesio

05 September 2014 – Patients affected by Alzheimer's disease may benefit from low doses of Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol

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Cloudberries From the Lab

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

04 September 2014 – Cloudberry cell culture producing characteristic bioactive substances for production on industrial scale

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Air Pollution Through Trash Burning

Author: Veronica Belusa

03 September 2014 – The open burning of waste is a large source of air pollutants

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Cations for Stress Reduction

Author: Lisa-Marie Rauschendorfer

02 September 2014 – Zinc, magnesium and calcium ion supplementation increases tolerance of yeast towards acidification

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