DNA Adductomics

March 19, 2019 | | Posted in Newsletter

Adducts Borane 3D-balls
Roughly half of American adults suffer from at least one of six diseases: cardiovascular, cancer, cardiopulmonary, asthma, diabetes [MORE]


April 3, 2018 | | Posted in Newsletter

The New Omics Measuring Molecular Interactions
Protein and metabolite interaction is the latest “omics.” Swiss biochemists “extracted cellular fluid, which contains [MORE]

Magnetic Nanoparticle Strips for Acquiring Blood Biomarkers

March 22, 2016 | | Posted in Newsletter

High Precision Assay
With a strip test that resembles those for pregnancy or urine glucose, scientists in Moscow have invented a [MORE]

Novel Material for “Self-Assembling Arteries”

November 3, 2015 | | Posted in Newsletter

Self-Assembling Tissue
You’ll have to go to the September 28th issue of Nature Chemistry to find out which peptides and proteins [MORE]

Self-Assembling Protein Fibers 

March 31, 2015 | | Posted in Newsletter

Creating a Self-Assembling Protein
“Amyloid” brings to mind a rogue’s gallery of human afflictions, from Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s to atherosclerosis and [MORE]

Human Proteome Atlas Published

March 24, 2015 | | Posted in Newsletter

Image from the Human Protein Atlas
With funding from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (Stockholm, Sweden) a multinational proteomics collaboration [MORE]

Imaging by Vibration “Signatures”

October 21, 2014 | | Posted in Newsletter

As the National Institute of Standards and Technology reports, a new method—called “broadband, coherent anti-Stokes Raman spectroscopy—has been developed to [MORE]


October 7, 2014 | | Posted in Newsletter

Drug development is a field Tagline doesn’t follow, simply because it is a huge topic on its own.  But [MORE]

Vibration as a Protein Property

March 4, 2014 | | Posted in Newsletter

Terahertz Near Field Microscope
Considering a cell as analogous to a factory, because of all the motions that go on inside, [MORE]

Nanotrapping Molecules for X-ray Crystallography

June 25, 2013 | | Posted in Newsletter

X-ray crystallography has been somewhat limited because the defraction process required a single crystal of, say, protein or DNA [MORE]

Preserving Proteins

October 28, 2008 | | Posted in Newsletter

Stanford University researchers reported in late September they have a drug that retards protein degradation.  While they see this as [MORE]

Microfluidic Devices for Point of Care Clinical Diagnostics

There has been rapidly growing interest in microfabricated fluidic devices (microchips) over the past decade.  The diversity of chemical and [MORE]