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Scientific News
Tiny Heart, Big Promise
Researchers have discovered a new source of cells that can develop into coronary vessels.
Two New and Very Large Classes of RNAs Linked to a Cancer Biomarker Identified
Study shows two new classes of RNAs could play a role in progression of prostate cancer.
DNA Mutations get Harder to Hide
Rice University researchers have developed a method to detect rare DNA mutations with an approach hundreds of times more powerful than current methods.
New Way of Preventing Diabetes-Associated Blindness
Researchers have discovered a potential treatment for the most common cause of lose of vision in working age adults in the U.S.
Researchers Find “Decoder Ring” Powers in microRNA
MicroRNA can serve as a "decoder ring" for understanding complex biological processes, a team of New York Univ. chemists has found.
3D for Top-Down Proteomics: Extra Dimension for More Proteins
Researchers from the University of Wisconsin- Madison have tested the possible applications of adding a "third dimension" to chromatography.
New Sucess in Making All Blood Types Universally Accepted
Researchers have improved the ability of an enzyme to transform any blood type into the universally accepted type O.
Beyond Average
Researchers have created new platforms to genetically barcode tens of thousands of cells at a time allowing unprecedented detail to be uncovered when studying whole tissue samples.
Watching a Protein “Quake”
Scientists, for the first time, have precisely measured a protein’s natural “knee-jerk” reaction to the breaking of a chemical bond—a quaking motion that propagated through the protein at the speed of sound.
Uncovering Mechanisms of Replication in HPV
The study describes two cellular proteins which are key regulators in the replication of Human Papilloma Virus.
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