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Misfiring Drugs Hit the Wrong Targets
Anti-HIV protein inhibitor drugs can bind to the wrong protein, causing unwanted side effects.
New Possibilities Tumor Research
Grazer researchers say gene activity of the tumor from the analysis of circulating DNA in blood ahead.
Parkinson’s Test Could Aid Early Detection
A test that can detect Parkinson’s disease in the early stages of the illness has moved a step closer.
Oxygen Can Impair Cancer Immunotherapy
Researchers have identified a mechanism within the lungs where anticancer immune resposnse is inhibited.
Symmetry is Key to Collagen
Researchers describe how symmetry may be the key to growing collagen fibres outside the body.
Breakthrough in GPCR Understanding
Integral Molecular announces breakthrough in understanding the functionality of GPCRs, the largest class of drug targets in human disease.
Designing Ultrasound Tools with Lego-Like Proteins
Study outlines how ultrasound technology can be used for imaging in conjuction with protein engineering.
Enzyme that Triggers Cell Demise in ALS Identified
Scientists from Harvard have identified a key instigator of nerve cell damage in people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
Molecular Alarm Clock Wakes Resting Ovules
Study of fruit flies yields discovery of a molecular "alarm clock" that activates resting ovules.
Catching Proteins in the Act
Scientists can now observe light activated processes in proteins through the use of free-electron x-ray lasers.
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