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Magazine articles on biology, life sciences, biotech, medical research.
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Pharmaceutical Executive
October 1, 2011
William Looney
Curative Powers of Collaboration Napoleone Ferrara's career in medicine is an illustration of the maxim that stretching the boundaries of science is a leap in the dark. mark for My Articles 67 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 19, 2011
Jon Evans
Twisted Self-Assembly May Lead to Artificial Bone Under the right conditions, bacteria-infecting viruses known as M13 phages can self-assemble to form a whole host of useful structures. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Fast Company
October 19, 2011
Sara Cann
Is Your Brain Wired To Take Risks? The split-second journey of a risk as it travels through the brain. mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 17, 2011
Andy Extance
Water erodes 'lock and key' drug model US researchers have dealt a severe blow to the idea of a single 'hydrophobic effect' that can help explain how all drugs dock with proteins. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 17, 2011
Hayley Birch
Quickly sorting cells using DNA A new magnetic cell sorting technique uses principles borrowed from DNA nanodevices. The approach could help scientists rapidly separate different types of cells from complex mixtures. mark for My Articles 236 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 14, 2011
James Mitchell Crow
Twist in the tale to improve gene therapy New insights into the physical properties of different forms of DNA could help to improve gene therapy, chemists in Spain and India say. mark for My Articles 238 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 11, 2011
Andrew Turley
A Polymer Plug for Blood Vessels A polymer product that can temporarily block blood vessels during surgery has been approved in the US. The product, called LeGoo, is liquid at room temperature, but rapidly forms a gel when warmed by the body, creating a firm plug and halting blood flow. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 9, 2011
Simon Hadlington
New probe throws light on cellular lipids Scientists in the US have developed a new sensor that can track and measure lipids in living cells. mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 7, 2011
Sarah Farley
Detecting diseases with DNA sensors DNA sensors detect pathogenic and genetic diseases by binding to target DNA strands that are related to the disease and giving a signal that shows how much of the DNA is present. mark for My Articles 281 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 2011
Paul Docherty
Column: Totally Synthetic Antioxidants are not only found in human cells, but also in bacterial cell walls - and a good example is synechoxanthin. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
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