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Key Protein is Linked to Circadian Clocks, Helps Regulate Metabolism
Study sheds light on molecular basis for metabolic health and disease.
TB Bacteria's Trash-Eating Inspires Search for New Drugs
When hijacking a garbage truck, one might as well make use of the trash. That logic drives how tuberculosis-causing bacteria feed, say Cornell scientists.
Gene Mutation Gives Boost to Brain Cancer Cells
An international team of researchers has found that a singular gene mutation helps brain cancer cells to not just survive, but grow tumors rapidly.
New Phenome Centre will Decipher Roles of Nature and Nurture in Human Health
The MRC-NIHR Phenome Centre will examine around one hundred thousand blood and urine samples every year, putting the UK at the forefront of a revolution in health and medical research.
Molecular Modelling to Help Create Better, Safer Drugs
How our bodies break down the common drugs ibuprofen, diclofenac and warfarin is the subject of a new study from the University of Bristol.
Biomarkers Found for Major Depressive Disorder
New research highlights biological and genetic markers associated with improved response to adjunctive L-Methylfolate in management of depression.
Waters Users’ Meeting at ASMS 2013
Register for the Waters Users’ meeting at ASMS 2013 and learn about the latest developments in Mass Spectrometry from Waters experts as we reveal our new technologies and solutions.
Thermo Scientific at ASMS 2013
Learn how scientists and researchers are transforming science by applying innovative solutions to a wide range of qualitative and quantitative applications.
Mass. General, Duke Study Identifies Two Genes that Combine to Cause Rare Syndrome
Mutations in genes that regulate cellular metabolism found in families with ataxia, dementia and reproductive failure.
Type 1 Diabetes and Heart Disease Linked by Inflammatory Protein
Therapeutic agents that block the protein calprotectin could potentially reverse or slow the progression of atherosclerosis in people with type 1 diabetes.
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