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The research from scientists at Scripps Research and UVa provides clues for new therapies by sheddin 04/01/2011
LA JOLLA, CA – A team of scientists at The Scripps Research Institute and the University of Virginia has determined the structure of the protein package that delivers the genetic material of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) to human cells. "Late-preterm infants are often treated as though they are developmentally mature when in fact they are physiologically and metabolically immature. ...
Breakthrough suggests damaged proteins travel between cells 14/12/2009
The study, published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, reveals that damaged alpha-synuclein proteins (which are implicated in Parkinson's disease) can spread in a 'prion-like' manner, an infection model previously described for diseases such as BSE (mad cow disease). More than 2,000 people participated in the poll. The public was asked to identify their five biggest worries over the ...
BCL-ABL M-bcr FusionQuant® Kits From Ipsogen 14/12/2009
The M-bcr FusionQuant® Kit is used for the quantitative detection of M-bcr fusion transcripts on real-time thermal cyclers. Ipsogen has designed a very sensitive, reliable and easy to use kit. This real-time PCR kit is intended for the accurate quantification of BCR-ABL p210 transcripts in bone marrow or peripheral blood samples of ALL (Acute Lymphoid Leukemia) or CML (Chronic Myeloid Leukemia) pa...
Rapid, high-throughput assessment of protein stability on the Rotor-Gene Q cycler 14/12/2009
The assessment and optimization of protein stability is crucial for many diverse applications. Determination of the melting temperature of a protein provides a straightforward method of protein stability measurement. Such measurements can be easily performed using the Rotor-Gene Q cycler with up to 100 samples in parallel. The Rotor-Gene Q cycler provides unmatched temperature uniformity due to it...

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