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NMR Spectroscopy – News and Features

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Quality Control During Drug Development

This article discusses the importance of quality control during drug development and highlights techniques used to confirm the identity and purity of pharmaceutical products.
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Lipids Influence the Formation of Protein Clumps in Parkinson’s

For the first time, researchers have shown how lipids influence the arrangement of the synuclein proteins within fibrils, which could damage nerve cells in neurodegenerative disease.
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Zinc May Enhance Albumin's Protection Against Parkinson's Disease

Heavy metals in the body have long been thought to induce the aggregation of disease-linked proteins, but a new study shows this is not always the case.

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Biopharmaceutical Analytical Testing – A Critical Step in Producing Cutting-Edge Therapies

This article will highlight various analytical techniques employed in biopharmaceutical analysis and explore their use at different stages of the development pipeline.
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Portable NMR Spectroscopy Device May Be on the Horizon

Researchers have discovered new ways to potentially reduce the size of NMR spectroscopy devices by eliminating the need for strong magnetic fields and liquid helium cooling systems.
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Revealing What Is in Tattoo Ink

Researchers have analyzed almost 100 inks and report that even when these products include an ingredient label, the lists often aren’t accurate. The team also detected small particles that could be harmful to cells.
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Subset of “Forever Chemicals” Destroyed by Efficient New Method

Chemists have developed a simple, new method to degrade a subset of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) – toxic and durable pollutants colloquially referred to as “forever chemicals” – into benign end products.
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Cancer Cells Aren’t Purposefully Wasting Glucose, They’re Consuming It Too Quickly

A new study by researchers at Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine has shed light on why cancer cells consume excessive amounts of glucose, but do not always metabolize it. The research is published in Molecular Cell.
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NMR Upgrade Enables Protein Characterization at Physiological Concentrations

An NMR method enhanced by a very powerful amplifier, in combination with molecular dynamics simulation, now enables protein detection and accurate characterization at physiological concentrations.
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Cheap Material Could Capture Carbon From Exhaust Gases Efficiently

Using an inexpensive polymer called melamine, chemists have created a cheap, easy and energy-efficient way to capture carbon dioxide from smokestacks.
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