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First look at 'wasabi receptor' brings insights for pain drug development

First look at 'wasabi receptor' brings insights for pain drug development
Julius and co-senior author Yifan Cheng, PhD, associate professor of biochemistry and biophysics, were able to capture images of TRPA1 that reveal its structure in three dimensions, including a cleft in which an experimental drug molecule sits when it …
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Iron-sulfur proteins hiding in plain sight
As one example, the potential involvement of Fe-S proteins in critical biochemical pathways might significantly change how experimental collaborations between bioinorganic chemists and biologists are designed and interpreted, and may alter our general …
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Dinosaur Soft Tissue Recovered From Eight Cretaceous-Era Fossils
As they report this week in the journal Nature Communications, it is possible to recover organic structures from fossilized specimens that are at least 75 million years old. This seems to be the case even for run-of-the-mill fossil bones that give no …
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Nopras Technologies Inc. Appoints Director Of Business Development – East

Nopras Technologies Inc. Appoints Director Of Business Development – East
With undergraduate and graduate degrees in biology, biochemistry, and business from The University of Connecticut, the University of Pennsylvania, and Wharton, Mr. Rosenberg's corporate career began at Centocor (Malvern, PA), now a division of Johnson …
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BevNET Live Winter '14: Mining Trends to Develop Innovation
… of the University of Cape Town, South Africa with a degree in Biochemistry and Applied Statistics, Murray participated in the Unilever Management Development Program and has attended various courses at the Business School IMD in Lausanne …
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At the heart of Touro
He then attended Columbia University, where he majored in biochemistry, and he followed that with a medical degree from Yeshiva University's Albert Einstein College. His specialty, of …. “We're in the process of eliminating lectures. Lectures will be …
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Alternative Intronic Polyadenylation Generates the Interleukin-6 …

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Burrowing animals may have been key to stabilizing Earth's oxygen

Evolution of the first burrowing animals may have played a major role in stabilizing the Earth's oxygen reservoir, according to a new study in Nature Geoscience.

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Hubble finds supernova star system linked to potential 'zombie star'

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