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Have you seen a spotted plaice? Probably. However, marine biologist Helen Nilsson SkÃ¶ld at the University of Gothenburg is the first person to research the spotted insides of plaice.
It is not unusual to hear people blame their metabolism after gaining a few pounds, but changes in metabolism â€“ the process that shapes how our bodies turn food into energy -- can have much more sinister effects than making it hard to fit into your favorite jeans.
Chemists in MÃ¼lheim devise a new way of optimizing enzymes for industrial applications.
Structure will help MU researchers determine function, develop drugs to inhibit enzyme.
Researchers report that they have discovered â€“ and now know how to exploit â€“ an unusual chemical reaction mechanism that allows malaria parasites and many disease-causing bacteria to survive.
PRINCETON, NJ, Feb. 4 /PRNewswire/ - DNP Green Technology has acquired a controlling stake in Sinoven Biopolymers Inc., a private US company.
VIENNA, Austria, February 3 /PRNewswire/ -- EUCODIS Bioscience, a company providing customized enzymes to the pharmaceutical, chemical, and other industries, announced today that it has received a cash injection of EUR 2 million from existing shareholders. The Company will use these funds to swiftly add new enzyme families to its product portfolio and to accelerate the development of international markets.
A new study by a research team at Uppsala University shows how new functions can develop in an enzyme.
Researchers at the Indiana University and Stanford University schools of medicine have determined how a "chemical chaperone" does its job in the body, which could lead to a new class of drugs to help reduce the muscle damage caused by heart attacks.
A strip of paper infused with carbon nanotubes can quickly and inexpensively detect a toxin produced by algae in drinking water.
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