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Using Chemistry To Unlock the Difference Between Cold- and Hot-brew Coffee
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The content of potentially health-promoting antioxidants in coffee brewed without heat can differ significantly from a cup of joe prepared the traditional way, particularly for dark roasts.

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SARS-CoV-2 Infected Host Cell Proteomics Reveal Potential Therapy Targets
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As part of the London Proteomics Discussion Group webinar series: "SARS-CoV-2: What role can proteomics play?" Dr Münch presented his work on changes in response to SARS-CoV-2 infection, highlighting potential therapies.

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What Is Philadelphia Positive Leukemia?
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When a cell divides to make new cells, the chromosomes normally stay the same. But sometimes mistakes happen. With Philadelphia positive leukemia, a gene called the ABL1 gene on chromosome 9 breaks off and sticks to a gene called the BCR gene on chromosome 22. It produces a new gene called BCR-ABL1 which causes the cell to make too much of a protein called tyrosine kinase. This protein encourages leukemia cells to grow and multiply.

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Unlocking the Protein Structure of Coronavirus
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The novel coronavirus sweeping the globe packs 27 proteins, each adopting a unique, often incredibly complex 3D structure. Each protein is part of the molecular toolkit that the virus uses to infect, replicate, and spread. Understanding the proteins' structures provides a blueprint for drug designs.

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Air Pollution Over China Dropped in January, Rebounding in March - Satellite Data
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A drop in nitrogen dioxide emissions correlated to the nationwide quarantine in China in January 2020. Two months later the emissions are increasing.

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Whole Genome Sequencing for Infectious Disease Outbreaks
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This video describes how whole genome sequencing is used to track pathogens as they spread from person to person on the path to a foodborne or infectious disease outbreak.

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COVID-19 Interview: Disease Modeling Phylogenetics
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In this interview, Dr Emma Hodcroft, a Molecular Epidemiologist from the University of Basel, explains how disease modeling works and the impact that limitations have had on our reactions to the COVID-19 outbreak.

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The Quest for the Coronavirus Vaccine
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When will the coronavirus vaccine be ready? Epidemiologist Seth Berkley, takes us inside the effort to create a vaccine for the coronavirus.

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Testing Computer-designed Coronavirus Binding Proteins
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In this video we take you inside the lab at the UW Institute for Protein Design. The institute's scientists are hard at work testing their first round of computer-designed coronavirus binding proteins.

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Developing a New Coronavirus Vaccine
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Researchers at Johns Hopkins are developing a new coronavirus vaccine, but it’s no quick fix. It can take up to a year and a half for a vaccine for the virus, which causes the disease COVID-19, just to move from the lab to human trials.

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