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Synthesizing Potential Drug Precursor Found in Poppies

An undergraduate student and her mentor have for the first time synthesized setigerumine I, a rare and potentially potent molecule drawn from poppies.
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An Interview With Life Chemicals

To learn more about Life Chemicals and the services it provides, Technology Networks spoke with Olga Balabon. In this interview, Olga also highlights how the company supports researchers when searching for appropriate product candidates.
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A Way To Convert Carbon Dioxide Into Valuable Compounds

Researchers have found an energy-efficient way to convert carbon dioxide into useful chemicals, suggesting a new and simpler route to dispose of the greenhouse gas to help tackle global warming.
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Screening Strategies Used in Drug Discovery

This article highlights some of the different screening strategies used during drug discovery. Key advances and challenges associated with the techniques are also discussed.
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The Golden Age of Computer-Assisted Structure Elucidation (CASE)

Dimitris Argyropoulos explores the history of CASE and some of the ways it can be used to help scientists.
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New Machine Learning Method Analyzes Complex Scientific Data of Proteins

NMR spectrometers allow scientists to characterize the structure of molecules, such as proteins, but it can take highly skilled human experts a significant amount of time to analyze that data. This new machine learning method can analyze the data much more quickly and just as accurately.
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Enzyme's Origins Revealed by Evolutionary "Time Travel"

Researchers have used evolutionary “time travel” to learn how an enzyme evolved over time, from one of Earth’s most ancient organisms to modern-day humans.
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Taking a Closer Look at Mutated Protein Complex Using Cryo-Electron Microscopy

Scientists have used advanced imaging technology to provide an unprecedented understanding of the BRCA1-BARD1 protein complex, which is often mutated in patients with breast or ovarian cancer.
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How an Unfolding Protein Can Induce Programmed Cell Death

An important step in programmed cell death is the binding of a protein (called cytochrome c) to the membrane of mitochondria. Scientists have now discovered that cytochrome c is partly unfolded during this important step and they can pinpoint which parts of the protein are folded or unfolded.
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Atomic Techniques Reveal How Environment-Sensing Protein Allows Bacteria To Adapt

Researchers have shown how changes in an environment-sensing protein enable bacteria to survive in different habitats, from the human gut to deep-sea hydrothermal vents.
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