Engineered Bacteria Change Colour in Response to RGB Light

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MIT researchers have engineered bacteria to respond to red, green or blue light, and can produce photographs in a dish. This engineered genetic logic opens up new opportunities for biologic development.

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HIV Envelope Trimer Immunization Approach Optimized

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Optimized immunizations reliably elicit protective antibodies in preclinical study, marking an important milestone on the way to an effective HIV vaccine.

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Trends in NMR: Current perspectives and future directions

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From its development in the late 1940s and early 1950s, NMR spectroscopy has gone on to become the predominant method for the analysis of organic compounds.

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Creating an Environmentally Sustainable Lab

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Discover opportunities for improving the sustainability of your lab.

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Sex Differences in Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery

Sex Differences in Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery

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The research focused on how sex alters key neuroinflammatory responses that follow Traumatic Brain Injury and found male mice experience a far greater response than females.

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Exosomes Offer Significant Potential in Detecting and Treating Disease
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Exosomes - tiny biological nanoparticles which transfer information between cells - offer significant potential in detecting and treating disease, the most comprehensive overview so far of research in the field has concluded.

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BMS, QIAGEN Partner to Develop Gene Expression Profiles for Immuno-Oncology
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QIAGEN and Bristol-Myers Squibb intend to develop GEPs for several Bristol-Myers Squibb I-O molecules under the initial agreement.

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Cardiac Stem Cells from Heart Disease Patients May Be Harmful
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TAU researchers discover molecular pathway involved in toxic interaction between host cells and immune system.

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