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Biotechnology and Biochemical Engineering - News


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two sets of miniguts grown on culture dishes How gut inflammation sparks colon cancer
Released February 4, 2016
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microscopy of Yarrowia lipolytica UCR research advances oil production in yeast
Released January 26, 2016
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biology graphic How bacterial communication 'goes with the flow' in causing infection, blockage
Released January 12, 2016
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engineering graphic New findings on embryonic heart valves may prevent congenital heart defects in newborns
Released January 4, 2016
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DNA molecules extended in nano channels Improving accuracy in genomic mapping with time-series data
Released December 29, 2015
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engineering graphic Discovery could open door to frozen preservation of tissues, whole organs
Released November 25, 2015
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several hundred Cas9 enzymes CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing: Check 3 times, cut once
Released November 12, 2015
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Timothy Reddy (left) and Charles Gersbach (right) CRISPR brings precise control to gene expression
Released October 26, 2015
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the overall architecture of Cas1–Cas2 It takes a thief
Released October 22, 2015
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two people holding a plant Modeling tool IDs genes that control stress response in plants
Released September 29, 2015
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artist's rendition of the DOTS qPCR device New medical device concept could reduce time to diagnose infections
Released September 4, 2015
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a plate containing E. coli 'Bacterial litmus test' provides inexpensive measurement of micronutrients
Released September 1, 2015
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nanoclew Researchers use DNA 'clews' to shuttle CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing tool into cells
Released August 28, 2015
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an acoustofluidic sputum liquefaction device On-chip Processor: first step in point-of-care asthma and tuberculosis diagnostics
Released July 30, 2015
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yeast cells UW team programs solitary yeast cells to say 'hello' to one another
Released June 30, 2015
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benzothiazole chemical key Scientists use molecular 'lock and key' for potential control of GMOs
Released June 16, 2015
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field of poppy Discovery paves way for homebrewed drugs
Released May 18, 2015
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an illustration of T Lymphocytes on a Cancer Cell Recruiting the entire immune system to attack cancer
Released April 13, 2015
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chemical diagrams of the patented compounds Patent awarded for compounds that inhibit biofilm formation and persistence
Released March 2, 2015
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light being shined through a “Duke D” stencil Controlling genes with light
Released February 9, 2015
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engineering graphic Engineers devise genetic 'on' switch made exclusively of RNA
Released February 2, 2015
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engineering graphic New computer model predicts gut metabolites to better understand gastrointestinal disease
Released November 20, 2014
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engineering graphic New advance in cryopreservation could change management of world blood supplies
Released November 17, 2014
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Yaël P. Mossé Classification of gene mutations in a children's cancer may point to improved treatments
Released November 10, 2014
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new technique uses bacteria's CRISPR-Cas system New technique uses bacteria's own CRISPR-Cas system to turn off genes
Released October 28, 2014
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Jin Kim Montclare NYU researchers break nano barrier to engineer the first protein microfiber
Released October 22, 2014
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blue bacteria are consuming the sugar When faced with some sugars, bacteria can be picky eaters
Released July 8, 2014
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biology graphic An ecological risk research agenda for synthetic biology
Released May 29, 2014
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an artist's rendering of a bacterial cell MIT engineers design 'living materials'
Released March 23, 2014
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human stem cells on the polymer scaffolds Regenerating orthopedic tissues within the human body
Released February 18, 2014
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