Let There Be Sound: Turning Amino Acids into Tunes to Better Study Protein Structure

Proteins, we hear you loud and clear. A group of researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) devised an artificial-intelligence (AI)-based approach to translate each of the 20 amino acids into audible sound—even building...

Biological clocks in plants regulate the effectiveness of widely-used herbicide

Aug 16 2019 Plants can tell the time, and this affects their responses to certain herbicides used in agriculture according to new research led by the University of Bristol.  The study, in collaboration with Syngenta,...

First Potential Chlamydia Vaccine Shows Early Promise

A vaccine targeting the sexually transmitted infection chlamydia, which would be the first of its kind if approved, has proved safe and able to stimulate the immune system in a phase I trial. In the...

Know How Piceatannol Market growing with key players Shaanxi Fuheng (FH) Biotechnology, Xi’an Lyphar...

posted on August 16, 2019 Global Piceatannol Market Segmentation,Size, Status ,And Forecast 2019-2025 A 360-degree outline of the competitive scenario of the Global Piceatannol Market is presented by Market Insights Reports. It has massive data allied...

This Biotech Fights Alzheimer’s Disease by Targeting Support Brain Cells

It’s time to go to London, UK, this week. The UK biotech AstronauTx is developing drugs that could slow the progress of Alzheimer’s disease by aiming at star-shaped cells in the brain called astrocytes. Mission:...

Cyrus Biotechnology Significantly Expands Customer Engagement through Biotherapeutic Partnerships and Fee-for-Service Scientific Consulting –...

SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cyrus Biotechnology, Inc., a Seattle-based biotech software company specializing in the use and commercialization of Rosetta, the world's leading computational protein design platform, announces a significant expansion of its efforts to leverage the...

Set Phages to Kill

In this exclusive interview, Graham Hatfull, PhD, the Eberly Family Professor of Biotechnology at the University of Pittsburgh and Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Professor discusses phage biology and details of the case study...

Zika Microcephaly Risk Linked to Mothers’ Antibodies

For pregnant women, Zika virus infections are incredibly worrisome due to the virus’ ability to cause a wide range of fetal abnormalities, with microcephaly occurring in around 5% of live births by Zika-infected mothers....

WSU expands Protein Biotechnology Program through new $2.3 million NIH grant – WSU News

Doctoral student Kaitlin Witherell studies in Dr. Douglas Call's laboratory where she researches antimicrobial peptides. The National Institute of General Medical Sciences at the National Institutes of Health has awarded Washington State University NIH...

Engineered Skin Shows Potential to Treat Burns in Phase I

Engineered skin tissue, developed as a regenerative medicine by the UK-US pharma company Mallinckrodt, has reduced the need for skin grafts in burns victims in a phase Ib trial. The phase I trial tested Mallinckrodt’s...

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