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Bicyclic Peptide Treats Blindness

Author: Meghan Campbell

09 April 2018 – Discovery of inhibitors of a serine protease could help in diabetic macular edema

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Biocatalytic Synthesis of trans-2-Hexenal

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08 April 2018 – Synthesis of the Green Note aroma trans-2-hexenal in a continuous-flow microreactor

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Bacteria Breaking Down Lignins

Author: Meghan Campbell

26 March 2018 – Engineered E. coli break down biomass into important chemicals

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Waste from Berries as an Antioxidant Source

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24 March 2018 – Press residues from berry juice production can provide antioxidants for use in foods

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Creating Organisms That Depend on Artificial Amino Acids

Author: Meghan Campbell

19 March 2018 – Replacing key residues in enzymes makes bacteria dependent on artificial amino acids

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Food from Plant Cell Cultures

Author: ChemistryViews.org (Photo: Cultured plant cells © Heiko Rischer, VTT)

14 March 2018 – Biomass produced with plant cell culture technology shows excellent nutritional properties

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Smuggling Biologics into Cells in Microvesicles

Author: Meghan Campbell

11 March 2018 – Naturally occuring vesicles can deliver cargo into cells, e.g., for CRISPR gene editing

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Industrial Algae Biofuel Research

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07 March 2018 – ExxonMobil and Synthetic Genomics enter a new phase in their joint algae biofuel research program

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Better Cas9 for CRISPR Gene-Editing

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04 March 2018 – Improved Cas9 protein could work on more sites in the genome with fewer unwanted effects

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Platinum Drugs Also Bind to Proteins

Author: Meghan Campbell

03 March 2018 – Photoactivated platinum complexes shown to react with peptides, not just DNA

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