A simple and direct method of introducing lipids into protein has been developed using palladium as a catalyst.
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Researchers have developed CRISPR-Cas13 enzyme-based technology that can be programmed to both detect and destroy RNA-based viruses in human cells.
A technique to 'trick' bacteria into revealing pores in their cell walls has been developed and targeting these could make antibiotics more effective.
Scientists in the US have identified a particular bacterial strain, Segmented filamentous bacteria (SFB), that can prevent and cure rotavirus in mice.
A genetic mutation that causes idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis has been identified and could lead to a new therapeutic approach to treating the disease.
A new algorithm has been developed which personalises which cancer mutations are best targets for immunotherapy.
A new study has shown the possibility of using RNA splicing as a potential molecular target for Alzheimer's disease.
Disruption of the MFF-VDAC1 complex could lead to a potential therapeutic target for cancer.
A study has demonstrated that a certain protein is critical in the decline of muscle regeneration, with the researchers also showing how to inhibit this process in mice.
New antibiotics could be designed by discovering the mechanism a weapon bacteria uses to vanquish their competitors.
Researchers have shown that a monoclonal antibody prevents viruses from fusing with cell membranes to gain entry.
Researchers have used a high-throughput screening method to test over 125,000 molecules and identify a new class of antibiotics.
Researchers in the US have devised a new way to clearly image proteins located in synapses, which they hope will faciliate future treatment for diseases associated with blocked gene expression.
Automated fluorescence imaging and quantification of cell viability, with EVOS cell imaging system
A new process for identifying and biosynthesising drug candidates has been discovered by researchers at the Carl R Woese Institute for Genomic Biology.