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Lighting up proteins with Immuno-SABER

A simple and robust DNA-based signal amplification method to simultaneously visualize multiple proteins in tissues has the potential to accelerate many large-scale protein mapping and biomarker discovery projects

19 Aug 2019 Nature Biotechnology

Optofluidic chip with nanopore ‘smart gate’ developed for single molecule analysis

Programmable device enables on-demand delivery of individual biomolecules with feedback-controlled gating for high-throughput analysis

16 Aug 2019 Nature Communications

Studies of fungi provide new knowledge of harmful mutations in cells

The results are interesting in terms of both medicine and evolutionary biology.

8 Aug 2019 Current Biology

Researchers embrace imperfection to improve biomolecule transport

Nanopore membranes have generated interest in biomedical research because they help researchers investigate individual molecules by pulling them through pores for physical and chemical characterization.

5 Aug 2019 Nature Nanotechnology

Finnish people’s unique genetic makeup offers clues to disease

The research identified 26 potentially harmful DNA variations relevant to cardiovascular and metabolic health.

31 Jul 2019 Nature

DNA replication machinery captured at atom-level detail

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital scientists reveal a crystal structure that illustrates a mechanism that powers and possibly starts DNA replication

15 Jul 2019 Nature Communications

Ancient DNA sheds light on the origins of the Biblical Philistines

Ancient genomes suggest that the Philistines descended from people who migrated across the Mediterranean and reached the shores of the southern Levant at the beginning of the Iron Age.

3 Jul 2019 Science Advances

When the dinosaurs died, lichens thrived

Mass extinction hurt land plants, but DNA shows that some fungus/plant combo organisms rose up.

28 Jun 2019 Scientific Reports

The ancient history of Neandertals in Europe

Early ancestors of the last Neandertals lived in Europe already 120,000 years ago.

26 Jun 2019 Science Advances

Speeding breeding and other ways of feeding 10 billion people

Improvements to make crops more nutritious, disease resistant and climate smart are essential to feed a burgeoning world population.

17 Jun 2019 Nature Biotechnology

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