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Trispecific Antibodies Protect Against HIV
Trispecific Antibodies Protect Against HIV
News   Sep 22, 2017

A three-pronged antibody made in the laboratory protected monkeys from infection with two strains of SHIV, a monkey form of HIV, better than individual natural antibodies from which the engineered antibody is derived.

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How do Poison Frogs Protect Themselves Against Their Own Neurotoxin?
How do Poison Frogs Protect Themselves Against Their Own Neurotoxin?
News   Sep 22, 2017

Scientists are a step closer to resolving a related head-scratcher, how do these frogs keep from poisoning themselves?

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Cancer Cells’ Energy Source Blocked by Natural Compound
Cancer Cells’ Energy Source Blocked by Natural Compound
News   Sep 22, 2017

Researchers have not only untangled an unusual wiring system that cancer cells use for carbohydrate metabolism, but also identified a natural compound that appears to selectively shut down this system in laboratory studies.

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“Nanokicking” Technology Enables Breakthrough in the Culture of 3D Mineralised Bone Tissue
“Nanokicking” Technology Enables Breakthrough in the Culture of 3D Mineralised Bone Tissue
News   Sep 22, 2017

Researchers have grown 3D samples of mineralised bone from human mesenchymal stem cells for the first time without typical osteoinductive media.

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Gene Immunotherapy Approach Prevents and Reverses Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis
Gene Immunotherapy Approach Prevents and Reverses Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis
News   Sep 21, 2017

Researchers used a viral vector to deliver a gene encoding a myelin sheath protein to the liver, thereby inducing robust and durable immune tolerance in mice by preventing T cells from attacking the myelin sheath.

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Machine Learning to Increase the Pace of Brain Imaging Analysis
Machine Learning to Increase the Pace of Brain Imaging Analysis
News   Sep 21, 2017

New approach could allow doctors or researchers to quickly identify the data they need, and then rapidly fill in the fine details, making the process faster and more accurate.

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Methane Hydrate Formation Studied Using Novel Microreactor
Methane Hydrate Formation Studied Using Novel Microreactor
News   Sep 21, 2017

Researchers at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering are using a novel means of studying how methane and water form methane hydrate that allows them to examine discrete steps in the process faster and more efficiently.

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International Collaboration Aimed to Accelerate New Lubricant Product Development
International Collaboration Aimed to Accelerate New Lubricant Product Development
News   Sep 21, 2017

Dassault Systemes and Chevron selected 3DEXPERIENCE to reduce project-related time, resources and costs.

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$2.5M Contract Awarded to ChromaTan to Develop Continuous Purification Platform
$2.5M Contract Awarded to ChromaTan to Develop Continuous Purification Platform
News   Sep 21, 2017

ChromaTan Corporation, a provider of continuous and single-use chromatography solutions for the biotechnology industry, has been awarded a $2.5M contract from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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SCIEX Receive Science and Technology Award at HUPO 2017
SCIEX Receive Science and Technology Award at HUPO 2017
News   Sep 21, 2017

Two researchers from SCIEX received the HUPO 2017 award at the 16th Human Proteome Organization World Congress in Dublin, Ireland.

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