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Frontier Pharma: Pain – Identifying and Commercializing First-in-Class Innovation – Understand the focal shifts in molecular targets in the pain therapeutics pipeline

16 hours agoIndustries / Medical : medGadget

The Report Frontier Pharma: Pain – Identifying and Commercializing First-in-Class Innovation provides information on pricing, market analysis, shares, forecast, and company profiles for key industry participants. – MarketResearchReports.biz Large...Show More Summary

Nanotechnology identifies brain tumor types through MRI 'virtual biopsy' in animal studies

A tiny drug-delivery system has been invented that can identify cancer cell types in the brain through 'virtual biopsies' and then attack the molecular structure of the disease. The results could be used to deliver nano-scale drugs that can distinguish and fight tumor cells in the brain without resorting to surgery, the authors say.

Study identifies Ebola virus's Achilles' heel

The molecular "lock" that the deadly Ebola virus must pick to gain entry to cells has been identified by researchers. The findings, made in mice, suggest that drugs blocking entry to this lock could protect against Ebola infection.

Therapy-resistant breast cancer mechanism revealed

Mitsuyoshi Nakao, Director of the Institute of Molecular Embryology and Genetics in Kumamoto University and Associate Professor Noriko Saitoh revealed that a cluster of defined, non-coding RNAs are mechanistically involved in endocrine therapy resistance in human breast cancer cells. Show More Summary

Study Identifies Ebola Virus's Achilles' Heel

A team including scientists from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases has identified the molecular "lock" that the deadly Ebola virus must pick to gain entry to cells. The findings, made in mice, suggest that drugs blocking entry to this lock could protect against Ebola infection.

Nanotechnology Identifies Brain Tumor Types Through MRI "Virtual Biopsy" in Animal Studies

Biomedical researchers at Cedars-Sinai have invented a tiny drug-delivery system that can identify cancer cell types in the brain through "virtual biopsies" and then attack the molecular structure of the disease.

This Is the First Single-Molecule Diode That Could Actually Be Useful

The diode is a very simple-sounding little electronic device: it allows current to flow easily in one direction, but not the other. But while the quest to miniaturize them to the molecular scale has worked in the past, only now is it a truly practical proposition. Read more...

Fine-tuned molecular orientation is key to more efficient solar cells

Polymer solar cells are a hot area of research due to both their strong future potential and the significant challenges they pose. It is believed that thanks to lower production costs, they could become a viable alternative to conventional...Show More Summary

One step closer to a single-molecule device

A new technique to create a single-molecule diode has been developed by scientists, and, in doing so, they have developed molecular diodes that perform 50 times better than all prior designs. This research group is the first to develop a single-molecule diode that may have real-world technological applications for nanoscale devices.

Researchers Unveil New Gene Subgroup in Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer researchers have drawn a molecular portrait that provides the first complete picture of localized, multi-focal disease within the prostate and also unveils a new gene subgroup driving it.

Scientists create world's first fully-artificial molecular pump

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

All living organisms – human, animal, or otherwise – continuously move molecules around their cells. It's a crucial mechanism of life, vital for feeding cells the proteins they need to function. And now scientists at Northwestern University have created a machine that mimics this pumping mechanism. Show More Summary

Yes, Really: Celebrity Cat “Lil Bub” To Have Her Genes Sequenced

Three molecular biologists are hoping Lil Bub's DNA can unlock the secrets behind rare genetic diseases—for both cats and people.

Human stem cell model reveals molecular cues critical to neurovascular unit formation

Using human embryonic stem cells, researchers have created a model that allows them to track cellular behavior during the earliest stages of human development in real-time. The model reveals, for the first time, how autonomic neurons and blood vessels come together to form the neurovascular unit.

Human Stem Cell Model Reveals Molecular Cues Critical to Neurovascular Unit Formation

Using human embryonic stem cells, researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Moores Cancer Center and Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute created a model that allows them to track cellular behavior during the earliest stages of human development in real-time. Show More Summary

The Association for Molecular Pathology Announces International Affairs Committee

The work of the IAC began in 2010 with the formation of the International Affairs Working Group. Since that time, the group has successfully collaborated to form four AMP International Affiliate Organizations, support more than a dozen conferences outside the U.S. Show More Summary

Cutting e-waste: Device will self-destruct when heated

Where do electronics go when they die? Most devices are laid to eternal rest in landfills. But what if they just dissolved away, or broke down to their molecular components so that the material could be recycled? Researchers have developed...Show More Summary

Researchers discover molecular approach to promote cancer cell death

Lung cancer researchers have discovered a novel strategy to exploit apoptosis, a form of programmed cell death, for the treatment of lung cancer. The protein Bcl-2 is a known target for cancer treatment since it allows cancer cells to evade cell death via apoptosis.

IBM Big Data Aims to Improve Paper Industry, Agriculture Sustainability

IBM researchers in Australia have modeled cellulose at the molecular level — a step that the company says may lead to more disease resistant crops, and strengthen the long-term sustainability of the pulp, paper and fiber industry, one of the main users of cellulose. The IBM scientists’ work, in partnership with the University of Melbourne and […]

Nanospace-controlled gold material created using molecular technology

Scientists have successfully developed a nanoporous gold material with a regular, uniform pore arrangement using polymers as a template.

Controlling Proteins, One by One

Here's what looks like a very useful method for turning protein function on and off, reported in a new paper in Nature Chemistry. (This PDF link may work for you). The authors, from the MRC Molecular Biology labs at Cambridge (rightShow More Summary

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