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A Toxicokinetic Model for Thiamethoxam in Rats: Implications for Higher-Tier Risk Assessment
Toxicokinetic models are promising for wildlife risk assessments, but good understanding of feeding patterns is needed for accurate estimation of chronic risk.
Producing Reliable Quantitative Western Blot Data
The reporting of fold changes in protein expression from western blots is often viewed with skepticism due to questions about the validity of the technique as a quantitative method.
Two Gene Variants May Predict Who Will Benefit from Breast Cancer Prevention Drugs
NIH-supported discovery could advance individualized care of high-risk women.
Supreme Court Rules That Human Genes Can’t Be Patented
Most agree that the ruling reduces barriers to genetic testing and enables scientists to further genetic research and share data aimed ultimately at preventing and curing disease.
Researchers Pioneer Treatment for Viral Infection Common in Children
Professor Peter Openshaw and team develops a new technique used in tackling a wide range of other diseases.
Gold Squeezed into micro-Velcro
Researchers at Ruhr University have used self-assembling techniques to produce gold microwires that have suitable properties for micro-Velcro.
Researchers Find Unique Peptide with Therapeutic Potential
UTSW researchers identify Tat-beclin 1 against cancers, neurological disorders, and infectious diseases.
Chlamydia Protein has an Odd Structure
Research could lead to new ways to combat this sexually transmitted disease.
Genetic Switches Play Big Role in Human Evolution
Study offers further proof that the divergence of humans from chimpanzees was profoundly influenced by mutations to DNA sequences.
How Do You Feed 9 Billion People?
An international team of scientists has developed crop models to better forecast food production to feed a growing population in the face of climate change.
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