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New intracellular dopamine receptor function may offer hope to schizophrenia patients
SCIENCE DAILY Dopamine is a chemical in the brain that plays an important role in controlling movement, emotion and cognition. Dopamine dysfunction is believed to be one of... 12 hours
Image-guided biopsy identifies patients who achieve pathologic complete response after neoadjuvant therapy
SCIENCE DAILY In a pilot study, image-guided biopsies identified select breast cancer patients who achieved pathologic complete response (pCR) after chemotherapy and/or targeted therapy, neoadjuvant systemic... 13 hours
Image-guided percutaneous needle biopsies after NST identify breast cancer patients who achieve pCR
NEWS MEDICAL In a pilot study conducted at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, image-guided biopsies identified select breast cancer patients who achieved pathologic... 1 day
Researchers watch biomolecules at work
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have succeeded in observing an important cell protein at work. To do this, they used a method that allows to measure structural changes within complex molecules. The further developed procedure makes it possible to elucidate such processes... 2 days
A step to understanding polymorphs
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have looked at some of the organizing principles behind crystal structures with high Z'. This study lies at the very heart of understanding and being able to control properties of molecular structures. 2 days
Chemical trickery corrals 'hyperactive' metal-oxide cluster
SCIENCE DAILY After decades of eluding researchers because of chemical instability, key metal-oxide clusters have been isolated in water, a significant advance for growing the clusters with the impeccable control over atoms that's required to manufacture small features... 2 days
Cloud formation: How feldspar acts as ice nucleus
SCIENCE DAILY In the atmosphere, feldspar particles act as ice nuclei that make ice crystals grow in clouds and enable precipitation. The reason was found with the help of electron microscopy observations and molecular... 2 days
Running actually lowers inflammation in knee joints
SCIENCE DAILY We all know that running causes a bit of inflammation and soreness, and that's just the price you pay for cardiovascular health. You know; no pain, no gain. Well, maybe not. New research from... 2 days
A step to understanding polymorphs
PHYS.ORG In a paper published in Acta Cryst. B, Carol Brock of the University of Kentucky looks at some of the organizing principles behind crystal structures with high Z', where Z' is loosely the number of symmetry-independent molecules in... 2 days
Hydrogen from sunlight—but as a dark reaction
PHYS.ORG The storage of photogenerated electric energy and its release on demand are still among the main obstacles in artificial photosynthesis. One of the most promising, recently identified photocatalytic new materials is inexpensive graphitic carbon... 2 days
Researchers watch biomolecules at work
PHYS.ORG Scientists at the University of Bonn have succeeded in observing an important cell protein at work using a method that measures structural changes within complex molecules. The procedure makes it possible to elucidate such processes in the natural... 2 days
Cloud formation—how feldspar acts as ice nucleus
PHYS.ORG In the atmosphere, feldspar particles act as ice nuclei that make ice crystals grow in clouds and enable precipitation. The discovery was made by researchers of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and University College... 2 days
The chemistry behind amazing meringue and perfect cappuccino
PHYS.ORG Whether it's frothing milk for a cappuccino or beating egg whites into meringue for a pavlova or macaroons, you can thank chemistry for the reactions that make them possible. 2 days
Epigenetic marks may help assess toxic exposure risk — someday
SCIENCE-NEWS Exposure to things in the environment may change chemical tags on DNA and proteins, but it’s still unclear how to use that data to assess health risks. 2 days
Study shows hydraulic fracturing fluids affect water chemistry from gas wells
PHYS.ORG Pressure, temperature and fluid composition play an important role in the amount of metals and other chemicals found in wastewaters from hydraulically fractured gas reservoirs, according... 2 days
New study shows targeted therapy needed for breast cancer with brain metastases
MNT Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI) and Magee-Womens Research Institute (MWRI) have discovered molecular changes in the primary tumor of breast... 2 days
Researchers crack genetic code of lung tissues to identify novel targets for treating IPF
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers cracked the complete genetic code of individual cells in healthy and diseased human lung tissues to find potential new... 2 days
Scientists track chemical, structural evolution of catalytic nanoparticles in 3D
SCIENCE DAILY To help tackle the challenge of finding effective, inexpensive catalysts for fuel cells, scientists have produced dynamic, 3D images that reveal how catalytic nanoparticles evolve as they are... 2 days
Observing crystallization at the molecular level for the first time
SCIENCE DAILY We watch crystallization take place every winter when ice crystals form on our windows. But no one had ever seen it happen at the molecular level – until... 2 days
RNA modifications play significant role in function of nervous system
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at the Institute of Molecular Biology and Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz have shown that a new way of regulating genes is vital for the activity of the nervous system. 2 days
Research reveals opposing role for SNAP23 protein in endocrine and exocrine pancreas
NEWS MEDICAL Movement of secretory molecules, such as hormones and digestive enzymes, out of the cell is known as exocytosis. This process is guided by SNARE... 2 days
German Research Foundation to extend financial support for neuronal homeostasis research
NEWS MEDICAL The German Research Foundation will be providing financial support to the Collaborative Research Center 1080 on "Molecular and cellular mechanisms of neuronal homeostasis" for four more... 2 days
[Materials Chemistry] Forcing iron to bond to bismuth
AAAS Iron-bismuth compounds are of interest for extending the series of superconducting iron-pnictide materials, but the Fe-Bi bond has been elusive. One problem is the immiscibility of – [Read More] 3 days
[Chemistry] Cooperation between frustrated partners
AAAS What might you do with a hat that had so many decorations dangling from the brim that you couldn't put it on? Lewis acids and bases are the molecular versions of hats and heads. Stephan – [Read More] 3 days
[Origin of Life] Beating the curse of the parasite
AAAS The evolution of molecular replicators was a critical step in the origin of life. Such replicators would have suffered from faster-replicating “molecular parasites” outcompeting the – [Read More] 3 days
[Organic Chemistry] Catching a break in polyphenol synthesis
AAAS Chemical synthesis is usually rather different from playing with a modeling kit. If two large fragments of a molecule are not properly oriented, it is not typically possible to break – [Read... 3 days
scientists manipulated mice to make them lose track of time Scientists manipulated mice to make them lose track of time
THE VERGE The mystery of why “time flies when we’re having fun” is a little closer to being... 3 days
Chemical trickery corrals 'hyperactive' metal-oxide cluster
PHYS.ORG After decades of eluding researchers because of chemical instability, key metal-oxide clusters have been isolated in water, a significant advance for growing the clusters with the impeccable control over atoms that's required to manufacture small features... 3 days
Researchers create global map of soil pH and illuminate how it changes between wet and dry climates
PHYS.ORG For some time now, scientists have known that climate influences soil chemistry—and, in particular,... 3 days
RNA modification important for brain function
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have shown that a new way of regulating genes is vital for the activity of the nervous system. They found that this form of regulation, a chemical modification on RNA called m6A, is also important... 3 days
Honeybee memories: Another piece of the Alzheimer's puzzle?
SCIENCE DAILY The honeybee can form complex memories through processes much like those happening in human brains. This study shows that DNA methylation is one molecular mechanism that regulates memory specificity and re-learning, and... 3 days
RNA modification important for brain function
PHYS.ORG Researchers at the Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB) and Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) have shown that a new way of regulating genes is vital for the activity of the nervous system. They found that this... 3 days
Why cryptophyte algae are really good at harvesting light
PHYS.ORG In an algae-eat-algae world, it's the single-celled photosynthetic organisms at the top (layer of the ocean) that absorb the most sunlight. Underneath, in the sublayers, are cryptophyte algae that must... 3 days
Valuable Caribbean spiny lobsters get their food from an unexpected source
PHYS.ORG In the typical food web that most of us learned in school, the sun is the ultimate source of energy. Plants use energy from the sun... 3 days
Particles self-assemble into Archimedean tilings
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—For the first time, researchers have simulated particles that can spontaneously self-assemble into networks that form geometrical arrangements called Archimedean tilings. The key to realizing these structures is a strategy called minimal positive design, in which both the... 3 days
Successful synthesis of pure organic molecules that shows metallic conduction under ambient pressure
SCIENCE DAILY For the first time in the world, a research team has designed and fabricated single-component organic molecules that are conductive like metal... 3 days
Water soluble gold nanoparticle supraspheres can hold 2 million guest molecules
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel and École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland have developed porous 200 nm supraspheres from gold nanoparticles... 3 days
Nano-calligraphy on graphene
PHYS.ORG Scientists at The University of Manchester and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology have demonstrated a method to chemically modify small regions of graphene with high precision, leading to extreme miniaturisation of chemical and biological sensors. 3 days
Scientists track chemical and structural evolution of catalytic nanoparticles in 3-D
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Catalysts are at the heart of fuel cells-devices that convert hydrogen and oxygen to water and enough electricity to power vehicles for hundreds of miles. But... 3 days
Scientists make silver nanowires based on DNA molecules
PHYS.ORG A team of researchers from Russia and Israel, including scientists from MIPT, has made nanowires from DNA molecules and silver nanoparticles. The research findings were published in Advanced Materials and are featured on the... 3 days
Synthetic sgRNA for CRISPR genome editing
NEWS MEDICAL Chemically synthesized single guide RNA is the best way to do CRISPR genome editing. It is more pure than biological methods of creating guide RNAs, like in vitro transcription or plasmids. As a result, sgRNA leads... 3 days
Researchers uncover 3D structure of chemokine receptor bound to two inhibitors
NEWS MEDICAL Inflammation is a good thing when it's fighting off infection, but too much can lead to autoimmune diseases or cancer. 3 days
Researchers developing model to predict breast cancer patient’s response to chemotherapy
NEWS MEDICAL University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers and collaborators are working to predict, before treatment, whether an aggressive type of breast cancer will respond... 3 days
Can a Chemotherapy Drug 'Turn Back the Clock' in Women's Ovaries?
LIVE SCIENCE Women undergoing a particular chemotherapy had a much greater number of eggs in their ovaries than expected, a finding that surprised researchers. 3 days
Uncovering the secrets of water and ice as materials
SCIENCE DAILY Water is vital to life on Earth and its importance simply can't be overstated -- it's also deeply rooted within our conscience that there's something extremely special about it. Yet,... 4 days
Researchers reveal 3-D structure of cell's inflammation sensor and its inhibitors
PHYS.ORG Inflammation is a good thing when it's fighting off infection, but too much can lead to autoimmune diseases or cancer. In efforts to dampen inflammation, scientists... 4 days
3-D structure of cell's inflammation sensor, its inhibitors revealed
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have now determined the 3-D structure of CCR2 simultaneously bound to two inhibitors. Understanding how these molecules fit together may better enable pharmaceutical companies to develop anti-inflammatory drugs that... 4 days
Chemical mosquito controls ineffective in Zika fight
SCIENCE DAILY Some existing methods for controlling Zika-carrying mosquitoes are not effective and may even be counter-productive, according to research. 4 days
MRI scans detect 'brain rust' in schizophrenia
SCIENCE DAILY A damaging chemical imbalance in the brain may contribute to schizophrenia, according to research. 4 days
Partnership at a distance: Deep-frozen helium molecules illuminate quantum-mechanical tunnelling
SCIENCE DAILY As atomic physicists have now been able to confirm, over 75 percent of the time helium atoms are so far apart that their bond can be explained only... 4 days
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