Detecting phthalates in whisky

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Jen talks with senior scientist Dimple Shah about how these potential endocrine disruptors are found in food and beverages such as distilled beverages and whisky.

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Natural Treatment Alternative to Formaldehyde Eliminates Germs From Hatching Eggs

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Hatching eggs in large-scale hatcheries are currently treated with formaldehyde to eliminate germs. Researchers have now developed a natural alternative.

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Nanopore Technology Applied to Proteome Sequencing

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Scientists have designed a nanopore to identify the fingerprints of proteins and peptides that can even detect polypeptides differing by one amino acid.

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Introducing the New TSQ Altis and TSQ Quantis Triple Quadrupole MS

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The new generation Thermo Scientific™ TSQ Altis™ and TSQ Quantis™ Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometers enable every user to achieve supreme confidence in targeted quantitation for every molecule type, in every matrix.

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Advantage of Breastfeeding to Increase Mother-Child Bond

Advantage of Breastfeeding to Increase Mother-Child Bond

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Researchers have found that the molecule RAGE, on the intestinal epithelium, transports oxytocin into the blood even after neonate gut closure. This finding suggests breastfeeding and oral oxytocin administration is advantageous to increase its concentration in blood and mother-child bond.

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Screening for Disease or Toxins in a Drop of Blood
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Scientist have developed a multinozzle emitter array (MEA), a silicon chip that can dramatically shorten the time it takes to identify proteins, peptides, and other molecular components within small volumes of biological samples.

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Link Discovered Between Forest Fire Smoke and Pollution Events
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Smoke from forest fires might contribute to more than half of certain gritty air pollution events in the continental U.S. during the summer, and as much as 20 percent of those events throughout the year.

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Cocktail Tests on Toxic Waste Called For
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Urban waterways receive a cocktail of pollutants, sometimes containing high concentrations of medicines like antidepressants. Surprisingly low concentrations of toxic chemicals can change the way some aquatic creatures swim and feed producing some unexpected results.

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