Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have identified the genetic machinery responsible for synthesizing thiostrepton, an antibiotic produced by certain bacteria.
Advanced Chemistry Development, Inc., (ACD/Labs) and Pharma Algorithms, Inc., have joined software development and business resources to provide in silico physicochemical, ADME, metabolism, and toxicology screening and prediction tools.
A new metal nanostructure has shown promise in cancer therapy studies and could be used for chemical and biological sensors and other applications as well.
Using design and engineering principles learned from nature, a team of biochemists from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have built—from scratch—a completely new type of protein.
Pets with cancer provide a win-win opportunity for cancer researchers. Researchers can study new cancer treatments in animals other than lab mice. And pets get access to new treatments that provide hope.
Collaboration highlights including companies such as: AMDL, Inc., Entelos, Teikoku Pharma USA, Applied Biosystems, GE Healthcare, and more.
Collaboration news highlights including companies such as: InterMed Discovery, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Tecan, GE Healthcare, Complete Genomics, StemCells Inc., and more.
A new metal nanostructure developed by researchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz, has already shown promise in cancer therapy studies and could be used for chemical and biological sensors and other applications as well.
Metabolites are molecular fingerprints of what your cells are up to and Dr. Arun Sreekumar wants to know the impression made by cancer.
Scientists have discovered a new way for our immune system to combat the elusive virus responsible for cold sores: Type 1 herpes simplex (HSV-1).
MDRNA, Inc. announced that it has entered into a licensing agreement with Novartis for MDRNA's liposomal technology platform for siRNA delivery.
Life Technologies Corporation and Nanosys announced a cross-licensing agreement to share rights to an intellectual property estate related to fluorescent nanocrystals (also known as quantum dots).
Having identified 10 common variants of genes that modify the timing of the contraction of the heart, scientists in the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, now provide new insight about the underpinnings of the QT interval which, when prolonged or shortened, predisposes to sudden cardiac death.
A review by researchers at Northwestern University and University of Michigan of the utility of probiotics in the treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) found that Bifidobacterium infantis 35624 was the only probiotic strain out of 13 different individual strains or preparations reviewed to significantly improve symptoms of IBS.