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BOSTON and SAN DIEGO, March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Stemgent, Inc., a biotechnology company based in San Diego, California, and Boston, Massachusetts, USA, announced today the formation of Ubiquigent Ltd, a new biotechnology company based in Dundee, Scotland.
A new technique to study protein dynamics in living cells has been created by a team of University of Illinois scientists, and evidence yielded from the new method indicates that an in vivo environment strongly modulates a protein's stability and folding rate.
The National Center for Macromolecular Imaging at Baylor College of Medicine has received a five-year, $9.5 million award from the National Center for Research Resources, maintaining a record of more than 24 years of support to advance the development of research technology in the field of electron cryo-microscopy.
Single-molecule, real-time measurements of a key biological process.
For the first time, experimental evidence shows that hidden protein structures are essential for catalysis.
Discovery could lead to treatments for learning and memory deficits, particularly Noonan's syndrome.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued a new ruler, and even for an organization that routinely deals in superlatives, it sets some records.
UAB researchers discover that the separation of 2 or more proteins due to genetic mutations causes them to malfunction.
Reveals shape-shifting atomic interactions; suggests mechanism and possible drug targets.
What are the causes of illness? How can the effect of medication be improved? Molecular biologists can now gain new insights by the virtual simulations generated with a new type of software.
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