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InSphero Publishes 3D Tumor-Stroma Model for Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
PLOS One article delivers promising co-culture method to mimic tumor microenvironment, demonstrating potential for biomarker and drug discovery.
Full Genome Sequence of Camelina Published
Technical details of the genome sequence result from work conducted by scientists supported through Genome Prairie’s Prairie Gold project.
Muscle Weakness Seen in Alcoholism Linked to Mitochondrial Repair Issues
Scientists found evidence that chronic heavy alcohol use affects a gene involved in mitochondrial repair and muscle regeneration.
Diagnosis of Bladder Cancer and Prediction of Survival by Urinary Metabolomics
Bladder cancer seems to be ideal for urinary metabolomics-based diagnosis, as urine can directly contact the cancer lesion in the bladder.
Fast Way to Measure DNA Repair
Test analyzing cells’ ability to fix different kinds of broken DNA could help doctors predict cancer risk.
Gene Linked to Excess Male Hormones in Female Infertility Disorder
Discovery by NIH-supported researchers may lead to diagnostic test, treatment.
How a Silly Putty Ingredient Could Advance Stem Cell Therapies
The sponginess of the environment where human embryonic stem cells are growing affects the type of specialized cells they eventually become.
Domainex Programme Shows Great Promise for the Treatment of Inflammatory Diseases
Company’s IKKe/TBK1 programme to offer a disease-modifying treatment for COPD patients.
Nanocrystalline Cellulose Modified into an Efficient Viral Inhibitor
Researchers have succeeded in creating a surface on nano-sized cellulose crystals that imitates a biological structure.
Drug Does Not Improve Set of Cardiovascular Outcomes for Diastolic Heart Failure
NIH-supported study finds drug does appear to reduce hospitalizations for diastolic heart failure.
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Centrifuge-on-a-Chip and Next-Generation Integrated Microfluidics
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Friday, June 17, 2011
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Monday, June 13, 2011
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Friday, June 03, 2011
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Wednesday, June 01, 2011
Assembling Isoniazid
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Monday, May 23, 2011
RSC Holds 5th Conference on High Throughput Medicinal Chemistry
The conference will explore technology-enabled drug discovery and new synthetic technologies, focusing medicinal chemistry on 12th May 2009 in Cheshire, UK.
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