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Chemistry of Life Processes - News


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piconewton forces applied by T cells T cells use 'handshakes' to sort friends from foes
Released May 5, 2016
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empty virus shell (left) and one filled with DNA How DNA can take on the properties of sand or toothpaste
Released May 2, 2016
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Jejoong Yoo, left and Aleksei Aksimentiev DNA molecules directly interact with each other based on sequence, study finds
Released March 22, 2016
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pregnant T.rex Pregnant T. rex could aid in dino sex-typing
Released March 15, 2016
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HIV capsid Study offers clearest picture yet of how HIV defeats a cellular defender
Released March 4, 2016
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a spider web Light used to measure the 'big stretch' in spider silk proteins
Released February 15, 2016
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Khalid Salaita Nano-walkers take speedy leap forward with first rolling DNA-based motor
Released December 1, 2015
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HIV Closing the loop on an HIV escape mechanism
Released November 24, 2015
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chemistry graphic Chemistry in mold reveals important clue for pharmaceuticals
Released November 2, 2015
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shapes and sizes of the melanosomes True colors: Using molecular analysis to clarify dino color claims
Released October 5, 2015
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Rice University researchers Researchers find new clue to halting leukemia relapse
Released September 8, 2015
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an activated PTEN dimer CM-led team identifies structure of tumor-suppressing protein
Released August 20, 2015
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computational modeling of an immature retrovirus Illinois researchers construct atomic model of an immature retrovirus
Released August 11, 2015
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the DNA repair helicase UvrD New lab technique reveals structure and function of proteins critical in DNA repair
Released April 17, 2015
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Andrew Marcus and Mark Lonergan Oregon researchers glimpse pathway of sunlight to electricity
Released December 18, 2014
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HSV-1 DNA undergoes a solid-to-fluid transition Carnegie Mellon research shows viral DNA infects cells by changing from solid to fluid-like state
Released September 29, 2014
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spores of Bacillus anthracis bacteria Chemists recruit anthrax to deliver cancer drugs
Released September 24, 2014
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a protein folding funnel From eons to seconds, proteins exploit the same forces
Released August 11, 2014
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chemistry graphic Scientists from USC and NYU design a molecule that blocks cancer growth in mice
Released May 12, 2014
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a mutation enhances the signal transfer Researchers tune in to protein pairs
Released January 27, 2014
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first and second coordination spheres UT Arlington research may unlock enzyme's role in disease
Released December 23, 2013
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chemistry graphic UI researcher studies evolution on the molecular level
Released December 13, 2013
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artist's depiction of the dangers of metastasis Physicists decode decision circuit of cancer metastasis
Released October 24, 2013
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herpes simplex virus type 1 infecting a cell Carnegie Mellon Biophysicist Obtains First Experimental Evidence of Pressure Inside the Herpes Virus
Released July 24, 2013
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phthaloyl peroxide crab Chemical Reaction Could Streamline Manufacture of Pharmaceuticals and Other Compounds
Released July 22, 2013
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an oyster reef Purdue Researcher Cracks Open Secret of Oysters' Ability to Stick Together
Released September 20, 2010
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Illustration showing how oysters build their reefs using a specialized cement. Cement, the Glue That Holds Oyster Families Together
Released August 23, 2010
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