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Serum microRNAs could serve as promising biomarkers for monitoring progression of MS
NEWS MEDICAL MicroRNAs are small RNA molecules that influence basic cellular processes and have been proposed as biomarkers for the diagnosis, progression and treatment of multiple... 1 hour
Researchers identify receptor that has key role in umami or amino acid taste in insects
PHYS.ORG Insects, like mammals including humans, sort chemicals by taste into a few categories and use this information to... 2 hours
80-million-year-old dinosaur collagen confirmed
PHYS.ORG Utilizing the most rigorous testing methods to date, researchers from North Carolina State University have isolated additional collagen peptides from an 80-million-year-old Brachylophosaurus. The work lends further support to the idea that organic molecules can persist in specimens tens of... 2 hours
Synthetic nanoparticles achieve the complexity of protein molecules
PHYS.ORG Chemists at Carnegie Mellon University have demonstrated that synthetic nanoparticles can achieve the same level of structural complexity, hierarchy and accuracy as their natural counterparts - biomolecules. The study, published in Science,... 2 hours
Lab charts the anatomy of three molecular channels
PHYS.ORG Using a state-of-the-art imaging technology in which molecules are deep frozen, scientists in Roderick MacKinnon's lab at Rockefeller University have reconstructed in unprecedented detail the three-dimensional architecture of three channels that provide... 2 hours
Lab charts the anatomy of three molecular channels
SCIENCE DAILY By determining the three-dimensional structures of these molecules down to the level of atoms, the researchers have unlocked key details as to how they function in the body. 2 hours
spanish scientists create a 3 d bioprinter to print human skin Spanish scientists create a 3-D bioprinter to print human skin
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Scientists from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), CIEMAT (Center for Energy, Environmental and Technological Research), Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Marañón, in collaboration with the firm BioDan... 5 hours
Crop achilles' heel costs farmers 10 percent of potential yield
PHYS.ORG Scientists assumed leaves at the top of a plant would be the best at turning higher levels of light into carbohydrates—through the process of photosynthesis—while the lower shaded... 5 hours
3-D bioprinter to print human skin
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have presented a prototype for a 3D bioprinter that can create totally functional human skin. This skin is adequate for transplanting to patients or for use in research or the testing of cosmetic, chemical, and... 6 hours
Medical News Today: Ultrasound may enhance delivery of RNA molecules to treat GI disorders
MNT A new study shows that ultrasound enhances delivery of RNA strands into the colon cells of mice with colitis to... 7 hours
video what might trump mean for chemistry Video: What might Trump mean for chemistry?
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Donald Trump is now the 45th president of the U.S. While much was said about a variety of topics during the presidential campaign, little was said about science. This leaves uncertainty around how the... 7 hours
Ultrasound may enhance delivery of RNA molecules to treat GI disorders
MNT A new study shows that ultrasound enhances delivery of RNA strands into the colon cells of mice with colitis to block production of inflammatory protein. 7 hours
Discrepancy between the theoretical, experimental results of a system of biological interest is resolved
SCIENCE DAILY A piece of research has resolved the tautomeric equilibrium of a model system of great biological interest. The work was... 7 hours
Network of molecular interactions in brain cells infected by Zika virus reveals new therapeutic targets
SCIENCE DAILY Zika virus interferes with the cellular machinery controlling cell division and alters the expression of hundreds of genes... 7 hours
New biomarker allows better prediction of survival for patients with colorectal metastases
SCIENCE DAILY Liver metastases are formed from cancer cells that have originated in other organs and migrated to the liver via the bloodstream. Colorectal cancer (cancer... 7 hours
New sensors can detect single protein molecules
MIT Modified carbon nanotubes could be used to track protein production by individual cells. 7 hours
Calabrese says mistake led to adopting the LNT model in toxicology
PHYS.ORG Edward Calabrese, the University of Massachusetts Amherst environmental toxicologist who has long been a critic of the current linear no-threshold (LNT) approach to risk assessment for... 7 hours
Scientists develop micromotors that neutralize gastric acid and release drugs depending on pH
PHYS.ORG Tiny "submarines" that speed independently through the stomach, use gastric acid for fuel (while rapidly neutralizing it), and release their cargo precisely... 10 hours
The discrepancy between the theoretical and experimental results of a system of biological interest is resolved
PHYS.ORG Research in which UPV/EHU's Department of Physical Chemistry collaborated has resolved the tautomeric equilibrium of a... 10 hours
World's first primary standard developed for molecular radiotherapy
PHYS.ORG Researchers at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) have developed the world's first primary standard for molecular radiotherapy (MRT) to ensure its safe, effective use in the treatment of cancer. 10 hours
Chemists strike gold, solve mystery about precious metal’s properties
SCIENCE-NEWS A longstanding puzzle about gold’s properties has been solved with more complex theoretical calculations. 11 hours
New biomarker helps better predict survival after surgical removal of colorectal metastases
NEWS MEDICAL Liver metastases are formed from cancer cells that have originated in other organs and migrated to the liver via the bloodstream. Colorectal cancer (cancer... 11 hours
Study of round worm that returns to life after freezing
PHYS.ORG The first molecular study of an organism able to survive intracellular freezing (freezing within its cells) is published this week by British Antarctic Survey (BAS), in collaboration with... 11 hours
Folding reconfigurable materials: Toolkit to design metamaterials with programmable shape and function
PHYS.ORG During his PhD research at Harvard University, AMOLF group leader Bas Overvelde developed a smart method for designing and investigating new metamaterials. For such... 11 hours
Study of round worm that returns to life after freezing
SCIENCE DAILY The first molecular study of an organism able to survive intracellular freezing (freezing within its cells) is published in a new paper that represents a milestone in scientists’... 2 days
ASXL1 interacts with the cohesin complex to maintain chromatid separation and gene expression for normal hematopoiesis
Science Magazine ASXL1 is frequently mutated in a spectrum of myeloid malignancies with poor prognosis. Loss of Asxl1... 3 days
Visible/near-infrared subdiffraction imaging reveals the stochastic nature of DNA walkers
Science Magazine DNA walkers are designed with the structural specificity and functional diversity of oligonucleotides to actively convert chemical energy into mechanical translocation. Compared to natural protein motors, DNA walkers’... 3 days
Dynamic interactions between a membrane binding protein and lipids induce fluctuating diffusivity
Science Magazine Pleckstrin homology (PH) domains are membrane-binding lipid recognition proteins that interact with phosphatidylinositol phosphate (PIP) molecules in eukaryotic cell membranes. Diffusion of PH domains... 3 days
Exeter scientists discover how two cell organelles interact at molecular level
NEWS MEDICAL Scientists have made a breakthrough in understanding how different compartments (or organelles) of human cells interact. 3 days
Blood test can predict life or death outcome for patients with Ebola virus disease
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have identified a 'molecular barcode' in the blood of patients with Ebola that can predict whether they are likely... 3 days
As cells age, the fat content within them shifts
SCIENCE DAILY As cells age and stop dividing, their fat content changes, along with the way they produce and break down fat and other molecules classified as lipids. By providing broad insights... 3 days
Scientists develop first catalysed reaction using iron salts
PHYS.ORG Scientists at the University of Huddersfield have developed a new chemical reaction that is catalysed using simple iron salts – an inexpensive, abundant and sustainable alternative to costlier and scarcer metals. The... 3 days
Lights Out: Asteroid Triggered Freezing Darkness That Killed Dinos
LIVE SCIENCE When a giant asteroid careened into Earth about 66 million years ago, the enormous collision led to the formation of an airborne "curtain" of sulfate molecules that blocked the sun's... 3 days
Ancient tree rings suggest sunspot cycles have been ongoing for 290 million years
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A pair of researchers affiliated with the Natural History Museum in Chemnitz and Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg, both in Germany, has found... 3 days
Chemotherapy prior to surgery could improve prognosis in African-American breast cancer patients
NEWS MEDICAL Administering chemotherapy to African-American breast cancer patients prior to surgery could improve their prognosis and survival rates from the disease, according to a new study. 3 days
Breast cancer prognosis of African-American patients may improve with administration of chemotherapy before surgery, study finds
SCIENCE DAILY Administering chemotherapy to African-American breast cancer patients prior to surgery could improve their prognosis and survival... 3 days
Light's Out: Asteroid Triggered Freezing Darkness That Killed Dinos
LIVE SCIENCE When a giant asteroid careened into Earth about 66 million years ago, the enormous collision led to the formation of an airborne "curtain" of sulfate molecules that blocked the sun's... 3 days
Bacterial discovery solves 20-year-old molecular paleontology mystery
PHYS.ORG A fatty molecule thought to be unique to flowering plants has turned up in bacteria skimmed from the Adriatic Sea. The surprising finding solves a 20-year-old paleontological mystery and could affect how scientists interpret... 3 days
New hope for the future of chocolate
PHYS.ORG In an article published in PLOS ONE, Brazilian scientists detail the genetic structure and molecular diversity of the varieties of cocoa grown in the state of Bahia for over 200 years, and identify trees... 3 days
Chemists cook up new nanomaterial and imaging method
PHYS.ORG A team of chemists led by Northwestern University's William Dichtel has cooked up something big: The scientists created an entirely new type of nanomaterial and watched it form in real time—a chemistry... 3 days
Lipid content changes as cells age, new study reveals
NEWS MEDICAL As cells age and stop dividing, their fat content changes, along with the way they produce and break down fat and other molecules classified as lipids, according to a new... 4 days
Researchers generate structural models for protein families with metagenomic sequences
NEWS MEDICAL For proteins, appearance matters. These important molecules largely form a cell's structures and carry out its functions: proteins control growth and influence mobility, serve as catalysts, and transport... 4 days
Exposure to insecticides that mimic melatonin could put people at higher risk for diabetes
NEWS MEDICAL Synthetic chemicals commonly found in insecticides and garden products bind to the receptors that govern our biological clocks, University at Buffalo researchers... 4 days
Seeking structure with metagenome sequences
PHYS.ORG For proteins, appearance matters. These important molecules largely form a cell's structures and carry out its functions: proteins control growth and influence mobility, serve as catalysts, and transport or store other molecules. Comprised of long amino acid chains,... 4 days
More efficient vaccine production
SCIENCE DAILY Many vaccines contain viruses that are inactivated to prevent them from harming recipients. This is generally achieved by adding chemicals. Scientists are now taking a different approach, using low-energy-electrons to irradiate the pathogens. The advantages of this new method are... 4 days
[Photochemistry] A different kind of chemical plant
Science Magazine Leaves are beautifully compact photochemical reactors, especially in comparison with the glass flask and lamp combinations prevalent in chemistry laboratories. Cambié et al. – [Read More] 4 days
[Chemical Physics] An x-ray view of C–F and S–F bond breaks
Science Magazine X-ray absorption spectroscopy is a useful probe of element-specific dynamics in molecular reactions. However, the required x-ray fluxes have rarely been available outside expensive – [Read... 4 days
[Enzyme Dynamics] Working as a pair
Science Magazine Enzymes provide scaffolds that facilitate chemical reactions. Enzyme dynamics often enhance reactivity by allowing the enzyme to sample the transition state between reactants and products. – [Read More] 4 days
Treated carbon pulls radioactive elements from water
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have developed inexpensive, oxidized carbon particles that extract radioactive metals from water. They said their materials may help purify contaminated waters stored after the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident. 4 days
[Editors' Choice] A different kind of chemical plant
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