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Some Long Non-Coding RNAs Are Conventional After All
Researchers have used ribosome profiling to identify several hundred long non-coding RNAs that may give rise to small peptides.
Taking Immune Cells for a Test Drive
Combining biological experimentation on human white blood cells with advanced computational methods can help explain the functional impact of human genetic variation on immune disease.
Observing Behavior of Single Molecules in Real Time
New technique developed by Stanford scientists allows observation of single molecules of protein or DNA as they bind with other molecules.
MSU Leads Largest Soil DNA Sequencing Effort
Study also created a new analytic approach, which makes interpreting the data much easier.
Groundbreaking Method to Test Hepatitis C Cure
The cure is the first of its kind ever to be tested in humans and comes in the form of a drug based on gene therapy.
Computer Models Help Decode Cells that Sense Light Without Seeing
BGSU’s Olivucci leverages OSC systems to study retina’s melanopsin pigment.
A Digital Test for Toxic Genes
TAU researchers develop a computer algorithm that identifies genes whose activation is lethal to bacteria.
GW Receives up to $14.6M to Develop Method for Characterizing Security Threats
The researchers are tasked with reducing to 30 days a process that can sometimes take years or even decades.
Researchers Tune in to Protein Pairs
Rice University team quantifies how mutations affect cell signaling in bacteria.
Swiss Cheese Crystal, or High-Tech Sponge?
The remarkable properties of a new, porous material could lead to advances in microscopic sponging
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