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Biological Applications of Microfluidics

Biological Applications of Microfluidics
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Biomedical Chromatography

Biomedical Chromatography
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Bioprocess Engineering Principles

Bioprocess Engineering Principles
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BIOS Instant Notes in Medicinal Chemistry

BIOS Instant Notes in Medicinal Chemistry
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Cancer Bioinformatics

Cancer Bioinformatics
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Cancer Cell Culture

Cancer Cell Culture
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Cancer Diagnostics with DNA Microarrays

Cancer Diagnostics with DNA Microarrays
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Cancer Proteomics

Cancer Proteomics
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Carbon Capture: Sequestration and Storage

Carbon Capture: Sequestration and Storage
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Starting Antiretroviral Treatment Early Improves Outcomes for HIV-infected Individuals
NIH-funded trial results likely will impact global treatment guidelines.
Scientists are Designing Decoy Drugs to Fool Cancer
Study shows potential of drugs that can target the Notch switch with reduced toxicity.
Viral Immunotherapy For Skin Cancer Shows Patient Benefit
A genetically engineered herpes virus can halt the progression of skin cancer by killing cancer cells and sparking the immune system into action against tumours, a landmark clinical trial has shown.
Seeing the Action
Researchers have developed a way to observe both the forces present and the behavior that occurs during cell hemifusion; the merging of the lipid bi-layers of two cells.
Non-Aqueous Solvent Supports DNA Nanotech
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have now shown that they can assemble DNA nano-structures in a solvent containing no water.
‘Rosetta Stone’ for Prostate Cancer Mutations
Scientists have produced a comprehensive genetic map of the mutations in prostate cancer that have spread across the body.
From Worker to Queen at the Drop of a Gene
Biologists have found that the hierarchical fate of one of nature's most important pollinators comes down to which genes are "turned on or off".
First Step Towards Global Attack on Potato Blight
European researchers and companies concerned with the potato disease phytophthora will work more closely with parties in other parts of the world.
Bioresorbable Electronic Stent Could Provide Feedback, Therapy
Researchers have developed and tested a drug releasing electronic stent which could significantly reduce the risk associated with traditional mesh tube stents.
Tiny Heart, Big Promise
Researchers have discovered a new source of cells that can develop into coronary vessels.
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