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ST. LOUIS, Oct. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sigma-Aldrich(®) Corp.
American Peptide Company, Inc. and GlyTech Inc.
CHICAGO, Oct. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Pfanstiehl has announced the launch of cGMP-produced, high purity Mannose (USP/NF, EP), manufactured in the USA under ICH Q7 compliant conditions.
Caltech chemists determine 1 way tumors meet their growing needs
As a step toward designing the first effective vaccine against HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, scientists are reporting new insights into how a family of rare, highly potent antibodies bind to HIV and neutralize it — stop it from infecting human cells.
It is a known fact that sugar found in food is bad for teeth and the waistline, but now another sugar produced in the body's cells is implicated as a health hazard and blocking it may bring benefits that include treating cancer and improving long-term memory in older people.
Just as the familiar sugar in food can be bad for the teeth and waistline, another sugar has been implicated as a health menace and blocking its action may have benefits that include improving long-term memory in older people and treating cancer.
Escherichia coli – a bacteria considered the food safety bane of restaurateurs, grocers and consumers – is a friend. Cornell University biomolecular engineers have learned to use E. coli to produce sugar-modified proteins for making pharmaceuticals cheaper and faster.
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