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23.03.2019
01:03 Nanowerk.comMolecular modeling may accelerate the development of new organic materials for electronics

Scientists have developed a faster way of creating molecular models by using machine learning. The new models dramatically accelerate the screening of potential new organic materials for electronics and they could also be useful in other areas of materials science research.

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22.03.2019
21:05 Phys.orgNew approach to molecular modeling may accelerate the development of new organic materials for electronics

Organic electronics have the potential to revolutionize technology with their high cost-efficiency and versatility compared with more commonly used inorganic electronics. For example, their flexibility could allow companies to print them like paper or incorporate them into clothing to power wearable electronics. However, they have failed to gain much industry traction due to the difficulty of controlling their electronic structure.

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09:48 News-Medical.NetWyss Technology licensed by Sherlock Biosciences to create affordable molecular diagnostics

Harvard University has granted a worldwide exclusive license to Sherlock Biosciences, Inc. to develop and commercialize technology from the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering to create a highly sensitive, nucleic acid-based diagnostic platform that can rapidly deliver accurate and inexpensive results for a vast range of needs in virtually any setting.

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02:57 ScienceDaily.comStudy finds cells maintain a complete molecular 'memory' of their embryonic origins

In research that casts cells as curators of their own history, scientists have discovered that adult tissues retain a memory, inscribed on their DNA, of the embryonic cells from which they arose. The discovery led to one even more intriguing -- that the memory is fully retrievable: under certain conditions, cells can play the story of their development in reverse to switch on genes that were active in the fetal state.

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21.03.2019
18:01 Phys.orgStudy finds cells maintain a complete molecular 'memory' of their embryonic origins

In research that casts cells as curators of their own history, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute scientists have discovered that adult tissues retain a memory, inscribed on their DNA, of the embryonic cells from which they arose. The discovery led to one even more intriguing—that the memory is fully retrievable: under certain conditions, cells can play the story of their development in reverse to switch on genes that were active in the fetal state.

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13:58 Technology.orgComputer Scientists Create Reprogrammable Molecular Computing System

Computer scientists at Caltech have designed DNA molecules that can carry out reprogrammable computations, for the first time

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20.03.2019
23:42 Technology.orgPotential new cystic fibrosis treatment uses ‘molecular prosthetic’ for missing lung protein

An approved drug normally used to treat fungal infections could also do the job of a protein channel

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22:08 ScienceDaily.comComputer scientists create reprogrammable molecular computing system

Researchers have designed self-assembling DNA molecules with unprecedented reprogrammability.

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21:22 Nature.ComDiverse and robust molecular algorithms using reprogrammable DNA self-assembly

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19.03.2019
16:25 AzoNano.comScientists Create Light-Driven Rotary Molecular Motors that Operate in Unison

In order to successfully take advantage of molecular motors, they must be able to work together. However, incorporating billions of these nanometer-sized motors into one system and making them work...

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15:20 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsBasal-plane growth of cadmium arsenide by molecular beam epitaxy

Author(s): David A. Kealhofer, Honggyu Kim, Timo Schumann, Manik Goyal, Luca Galletti, and Susanne Stemmer The (001) plane of cadmium arsenide is unique in that the two bulk Dirac nodes project onto the same point in the surface Brillouin zone. Until now, the study of surface states in cadmium arsenide has been limited largely to the (112) plane, the natural cleavage plane. This Rapid Communication describes a technique for growing high-quality (001)-oriented cadmium arsenide films in which growth is promoted by the introduction of a thin wetting layer. This approach enables future studies of the topological phases that are accessible to (001) thin films.
[Phys. Rev. Materials 3, 031201(R)] Published Tue Mar 19, 2019

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14:52 Phys.orgMolecular motors run in unison in a metal-organic framework

For molecular motors to be exploited effectively, they need to be able to operate in unison. However, integrating billions of these nanometre-sized motors into a single system and getting them to operate in unison has proved to be quite a challenge. Organic chemists at the University of Groningen have now succeeded in integrating numerous unidirectional light-driven rotary motors into a metal-organic framework (a solid material with a 3-D cage-like structure). Details of their discovery were published on 18 March, in the journal Nature Nanotechnology.

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02:52 ScienceDaily.comMolecular motors run in unison in a metal-organic framework

For molecular motors to be exploited effectively, they need to be able to operate in unison. However, integrating billions of these nanometre-sized motors into a single system, and getting them to operate in unison has proved to be quite a challenge. Organic chemists have now succeeded in integrating numerous unidirectional light-driven rotary motors into a metal-organic framework (a solid material with a 3D cage-like structure).

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02:02 Nanowerk.comMolecular motors run in unison in a metal-organic framework

Organic chemists have succeeded in integrating numerous unidirectional light-driven rotary motors into a metal-organic framework.

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15.03.2019
17:09 CancerNetwork.comDoes Age at Diagnosis Impact Clinical and Molecular Features of Colorectal Cancer?

Research published in Cancer evaluated whether colorectal cancers diagnosed in early adulthood differ from those diagnosed at older ages.

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09:36 SeekingAlpha.comMolecular Partners AG reports FY results

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09:23 Technology.orgDoctoral research helps develop tool to probe plastics’ behavior down to the molecular scale

For engineers trying to come up with novel materials such as temperature-resistant plastics or flexible glass, the transition

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14.03.2019
16:31 News-Medical.NetMolecular patterns could help predict relapse risk in breast cancer patients

The genetic and molecular make-up of individual breast tumors holds clues to how a woman’s disease could progress, including the likelihood of it coming back after treatment, and in what time frame, according to a Cancer Research UK-funded study published in Nature today (Wednesday).

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10:26 Technology.orgNIH-funded rodent study finds molecular link between adolescent alcohol use and adult anxiety

New preclinical research in rats has identified a link between adolescent alcohol exposure and specific molecular changes in

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09:49 News-Medical.NetColumbia researchers explore molecular mechanisms of treatment-resistant depression

Major depressive disorder is a debilitating illness that affects more than 350 million people around the world.

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01:36 SeekingAlpha.comHTG Molecular -3.9% on Cowen share-sale deal

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00:21 ScienceDaily.comPotential cystic fibrosis treatment uses 'molecular prosthetic' for missing lung protein

An approved drug normally used to treat fungal infections could also do the job of a protein channel that is missing or dysfunctional in the lungs of people with cystic fibrosis, operating as a prosthesis on the molecular scale, says new research.

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13.03.2019
23:23 ScienceDaily.comMolecular patterns could better predict breast cancer recurrence

The genetic and molecular make-up of individual breast tumors holds clues to how a woman's disease could progress, including the likelihood of it coming back after treatment, and in what time frame, according to a new study.

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21:15 Nature.ComMolecular-decoration technique offers boost to medicinal chemists

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15:01 News-Medical.NetNew, quantitative method for assessment of molecular biomarker for osteoarthritis

For the first time, scientists at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have been able to measure a specific molecule indicative of osteoarthritis and a number of other inflammatory diseases using a newly developed technology.

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11:03 FinancialExpress.comSun pharma ties up with China’s HitGen for molecular discovery

HitGen Chairman of the board and chief executive officer Jin Li said the company will work closely with SPARC scientists to generate novel leads for their innovative research programmes to address unmet medical needs

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11.03.2019
14:35 Phys.orgResearchers develop tool to probe plastics' behavior down to the molecular scale

Consider the humble tire. Sitting outside on a frigid winter day, it's hard as a stone, yet when spinning under a drag racer, a tire becomes warmly pliable. For everyday materials, from glass to rubber to plastic, these fundamental changes in behavior are determined by the glass transition temperature.

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09.03.2019
17:09 ScienceDaily.comThe ABS of molecular engines

Peroxisomes are cell organelles that carry out a number of functions, including the degradation of cytotoxins. For this purpose, they require enzymes that have to be transported into peroxisomes via complicated machinery. Scientists have now detected an as-yet unknown transport step, thus gaining a better understanding of life-threatening diseases.

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08.03.2019
19:33 Phys.orgThe ABS of molecular engines

Peroxisomes are cell organelles that carry out a number of functions, including the degradation of cytotoxins. For this purpose, they require enzymes that have to be transported into peroxisomes via complicated machinery. The team from the research group Biochemistry of Intracellular Transport Mechanisms at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) headed by Professor Harald Platta has detected an as-yet unknown transport step, thus gaining a better understanding of life-threatening diseases. The group published its report in the renowned journal Biochimica et Biophysica Acta – Molecular Cell Research in February 2019.

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10:17 News-Medical.NetA molecular epigenetic marker can predict survival of children with leukemia

A molecular epigenetic marker is important for distinguishing patients with childhood leukemia at high and low risk of relapse even at the time of diagnosis.

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00:19 SeekingAlpha.comHTG Molecular beats by $0.10, misses on revenue

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07.03.2019
16:14 Phys.orgControlling pressure-driven ionic flow by voltage at molecular scale

Similar to our computers which handle electrons to perform the calculations and logics, all the circuitry in living beings is based on the transport of ions, such as sodium, chloride, calcium, etc. Nature exploits incredibly subtle transport of these elementary charges and an artillery of ion channels to perform advanced functions by manipulating the—often exotic—behaviour of ion transport at molecular scales. Achieving such features in artificial channels remains a considerable challenge.

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00:08 ScienceDaily.comImproving molecular imaging using a deep learning approach

Generating comprehensive molecular images of organs and tumors in living organisms can be performed at ultra-fast speed using a new deep learning approach to image reconstruction.

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06.03.2019
23:39 Phys.orgImproving molecular imaging using a deep learning approach

Generating comprehensive molecular images of organs and tumors in living organisms can be performed at ultra-fast speed using a new deep learning approach to image reconstruction developed by researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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22:10 Phys.orgMolecular connection between nutrient availability and embryonic growth identified

The union of an ovule and a spermatozoon initiates a complex cell division process that will ultimately yield a new living being. In fact, all the body's cells come from embryonic stem cells that must divide in a controlled and exact fashion to give rise to proper organ and tissue formation in the embryo. However, phenomena as yet understood by science include the way that stem cells manage to control this accelerated division process without losing control, as occurs with tumour cells, and how division speed is adapted to energy and molecular supplies.

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21:19 Nature.ComMolecular streaming and its voltage control in ångström-scale channels

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21:19 Nature.ComMolecular envoys pave the way for pancreatic cancer to invade the liver

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17:02 Phys.orgMolecular puzzle reveals unknown stages of fetal development

By applying gene analysis to individual cells from early mouse embryos, researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have discovered previously unknown cellular stages of fetal development from fertilised egg to living being. The study is published in the scientific journal Cell Reports.

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05.03.2019
22:13 ScienceDaily.comMolecular puzzle reveals unknown stages of fetal development

By applying gene analysis to individual cells from early mouse embryos, researchers have discovered previously unknown cellular stages of fetal development from fertilized egg to living being.

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11:23 Technology.orgCells use sugars to communicate at the molecular level

The human body is made up of 30 to 40 million cells, a large and complex network of

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04.03.2019
13:56 Technology.orgData science tool that reveals molecular causes of disease shows power in infant cancer analysis

Princeton University researchers are gaining new insights into the causes and characteristics of diseases by harnessing machine learning

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02.03.2019
01:07 ScienceDaily.comTool reveals molecular causes of disease, including infant cancer

Demonstrating a new tool with a broad ability to reveal molecular causes and markers of diseases, a team has found connections between four genes and a rare cancer affecting babies and young children.

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01.03.2019
22:28 ScienceDaily.comCells use sugars to communicate at the molecular level

Research reveals how cells communicate at the molecular level. They found that sugar molecules play a key role in cellular communication, serving as the 'channels' that cells and proteins use to talk to one another. This work also provides researchers with a new tool to study other living systems in incredible detail, enabling future breakthroughs in fields from materials science to nanomedicine.

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21:13 Phys.orgCells use sugars to communicate at the molecular level

The human body is made up of 30 to 40 million cells, a large and complex network of blood cells, neurons, and specialized cells that make up organs and tissues. Until now, figuring out which mechanisms control communication between them has proven a significant challenge for the field of cell biology.

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11:33 News-Medical.NetNew tool uncovers molecular causes of different diseases

Princeton University researchers are gaining new insights into the causes and characteristics of diseases by harnessing machine learning to analyze molecular patterns across hundreds of diseases simultaneously.

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28.02.2019
14:21 Technology.orgNew clue for cancer treatment could be hiding in microscopic molecular machine

Buried deep within the dazzlingly intricate machinery of the human cell could lie a key to treating a

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26.02.2019
21:48 ScienceDaily.comNew clue for cancer treatment could be hiding in microscopic molecular machine

Researchers have discovered a critical missing step in the production of proteasomes -- tiny structures in a cell that dispose of protein waste -- and found that carefully targeted manipulation of this step could prove an effective recourse for the treatment of cancer.

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21:07 Phys.orgNew clue for cancer treatment could be hiding in microscopic molecular machine

Buried deep within the dazzlingly intricate machinery of the human cell could lie a key to treating a range of deadly cancers, according to a team of scientists at Florida State University.

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16:22 News-Medical.NetRWTHAachen’s ExMI Institute chooses MILabs’ hybrid OI/CT system to enhance molecular imaging research

MILabs B.V. is pleased to announce that the Institute of Experimental Molecular Imaging at the RWTHAachen University has chosen the MILabs high-resolution CT to further enhance its world-leading molecular imaging research.

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07:43 News-Medical.NetNew research finds how cancer cells acquire resistance to molecular-targeted drugs

Although molecular-targeted drugs have been known to show high efficacy to lung cancer patients, they also have limitations due to acquiring resistance to the drug used.

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25.02.2019
23:12 Phys.orgNew imaging technique reveals how mechanical damage begins at the molecular scale

Just as a journey of 1,000 miles begins with a single step, the deformations and fractures that cause catastrophic failure in materials begin with a few molecules torn out of place. This in turn leads to a cascade of damage at increasingly larger scales, culminating in total mechanical breakdown. That process is of urgent interest to researchers studying how to build high-strength composite materials for critical components ranging from airplane wings and wind-turbine blades to artificial knee joints.

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22.02.2019
22:28 ScienceDaily.comScientists sharpen their molecular scissors and expand the gene editing toolbox

Scientists have figured out a better way to deliver a DNA editing tool to shorten the presence of the editor proteins in the cells in what they describe as a 'hit and run' approach.

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19:57 Phys.orgScientists sharpen their molecular scissors and expand the gene editing toolbox

Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) scientists have figured out a better way to deliver a DNA editing tool to shorten the presence of the editor proteins in the cells in what they describe as a "hit and run" approach.

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08:14 News-Medical.NetMitochondrial proteotoxicity appears to be epicentre of molecular pathogenesis

Researchers at the University of Helsinki uncovered the mechanisms for a novel cellular stress response arising from the toxicity of newly synthesized proteins.

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21.02.2019
22:12 SeekingAlpha.comHTG Molecular up 15% on amended deal with Qiagen

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18:39 SeekingAlpha.comICON acquires MolecularMD

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00:06 ScienceDaily.comEstablishing the molecular blueprint of early embryo development

A team of biologists, physicists and mathematical modellers have studied the genetic activity of over 100,000 embryonic cells to establish the molecular blueprint of mouse early embryo development. This new research provides fundamentally important information on how mammalian embryos develop during gastrulation, a key stage of development, and paves the way for new understanding of the earliest stages of life.

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20.02.2019
21:20 Nature.ComA single-cell molecular map of mouse gastrulation and early organogenesis

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21:01 Phys.orgEstablishing the molecular blueprint of early embryo development

A team of biologists, physicists and mathematical modellers in Cambridge have studied the genetic activity of over 100,000 embryonic cells to establish the molecular blueprint of mouse early embryo development. This new research provides fundamentally important information on how mammalian embryos develop during gastrulation, a key stage of development, and paves the way for new understanding of the earliest stages of life.

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03:19 News-Medical.NetFirst molecular test predicts treatment response for kidney cancer

Immunotherapy drugs such as PD-L1 checkpoint inhibitors represent the front-line treatment for kidney cancer. But immunotherapy is expensive, benefits only a subset of patients and is futile in the majority of patients.

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15.02.2019
10:00 Technology.orgScientists catch heartbeat ‘molecular switch’ in action

In a paper published in the journal Circulation Research, they used this technique to uncover the effects of genetic

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09:04 Phys.orgNew molecular blueprint advances our understanding of photosynthesis

Researchers at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have used one of the most advanced microscopes in the world to reveal the structure of a large protein complex crucial to photosynthesis, the process by which plants convert sunlight into cellular energy.

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04:03 ScienceDaily.comNew molecular blueprint advances our understanding of photosynthesis

Researchers have used one of the most advanced microscopes in the world to reveal the structure of a large protein complex crucial to photosynthesis, the process by which plants convert sunlight into cellular energy. The finding will allow scientists to explore for the first time how the complex functions, and could have implications for the production of a variety of bioproducts, including plastic alternatives and biofuels.

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13.02.2019
21:21 Nature.ComSinglet molecular oxygen regulates vascular tone and blood pressure in inflammation

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12.02.2019
21:51 DigitalTrends.comAtomo’s ‘molecular coffee’ is brewed without needing to harvest coffee beans

Coffee beans, huh? Who needs ‘em? Apparently not the folks behind Seattle-based startup Atomo, who claim to have created a cup of "molecular coffee" that requires no beans to be harvested.
The post Atomo’s ‘molecular coffee’ is brewed without needing to harvest coffee beans appeared first on Digital Trends.

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18:04 Phys.orgMolecular-weight polymer selection by one-dimensional confinement

Researchers at Kanazawa University report in Nature Communications that a crystal of molecules known as pillar[5]arenes can form a host–guest compound with poly(ethylene oxides) polymers. The effect can be used to select polymers with different molecular weights and end groups.

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11:16 News-Medical.NetCancer-promoting changes seen in lung cells soon after exposure to low-molecular weight PAHs

It is well known that exposure to high-molecular weight polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons increases cancer risk, leading to regulation of compounds like benzo(a)pyrene.

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09:41 AzoNano.comHighly Complex Two-Dimensional Tessellation in the Molecular World

NUS scientists have developed a method to construct highly complex molecular tessellations using a single molecular building block. Tessellation is a repeating pattern made of one or more shapes,...

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03:07 ScienceDaily.comChanges in lung cells seen almost immediately after contact with low-molecular weight PAHs

A new study shows cancer-promoting changes in lung cells as soon as 30 minutes after exposure to low-molecular weight PAHs, adding further evidence that regulators may be underestimating the risk of these compounds.

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11.02.2019
17:32 Phys.orgHighly complex two-dimensional tessellation in the molecular world

Tessellation is a repeating pattern made of one or more shapes, without the formation of gaps or overlaps. An example is the periodic arrangement of hexagonal cells found in honeycombs. Tessellation can also be found at the molecular level, where single molecule units act as a tile (repeating pattern) to tessellate a surface through spontaneous and reversible interactions between them. It is challenging to build complex molecular tessellation involving more than one type of tile. Most research studies in the past decade have focused on tessellation using a specific tile type.

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12:26 Nanowerk.comHighly complex two-dimensional tessellation in the molecular world

Scientists have developed a method to construct highly complex molecular tessellations using a single molecular building block.

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08.02.2019
09:56 News-Medical.NetEU-funded project investigates molecular mechanisms of aging in adult stem cells

Stem cells are the ultimate mother cells of the human body. Not only do they have the capacity to self-renew, they can develop into specific cell types as the body requires. But as the human body ages, the regenerative capacity of our stem cells diminishes.

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06.02.2019
21:15 Nature.ComUltra-large virtual molecular libraries throw open chemical space

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18:02 CancerNetwork.comStudy Investigates Diverse Molecular Mechanisms Driving Treatment Resistance in AML

The study evaluated the primary mechanisms governing drug resistance and relapse in patients treated with crenolanib, an FLT3 inhibitor.

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16:53 Phys.orgTheoretical model may help solve molecular mystery

Spintronics is promising for future low-power electronic devices. Spin is a quantum-mechanical property of electrons that can best be imagined as electrons spinning around their own axes, causing them to behave like small compass needles. A current of electron spins could be used in electronic devices. However, to generate a suitable spin current, you need a relatively large magnet. An alternative method that uses a special type of molecule has been proposed, but the big question is whether it works. University of Groningen Ph.D. student Xu Yang has constructed a theoretical model that describes how to test this new method.

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15:12 Phys.orgMolecular Velcro helps illuminate DNA repair

Using a piece of molecular "Velcro" to attach a light-emitting probe to a protein molecule, University of Wollongong (UOW) researchers have unlocked the mystery of how an important protein goes about repairing damaged DNA in bacteria, with implications for understanding how antibiotic resistance develops.

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05.02.2019
19:58 ScienceDaily.comTheoretical model may help solve molecular mystery

When it comes to realizing low-power electronic devices, spintronics looks promising. However, to generate a suitable spin current, you need a relatively large magnet. An alternative method that uses a special type of molecule has been proposed, but the big question is: does it work? Researchers have constructed a theoretical model which describes how to put this new method to the test.

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18:58 CancerNetwork.comAdvances in Molecular Subtyping of Colon Cancer

Cancer Network spoke with Dr. Scott Kopetz about RNA-based subtyping and the challenge of spreading the word of the importance of biomarker testing in colorectal cancer.

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10:42 Technology.orgGraphene crinkles can be used as ‘molecular zippers’

A decade ago, scientists noticed something very strange happening when buckyballs — soccer ball shaped carbon molecules —

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07:59 AzoNano.comInsulated Molecular Wires: The Smallest Electric Power Cord

A new supramolecular self-encapsulation strategy provides an effective route to construct stable light-emitting polymers for optoelectronic applications. Flexible polymer light-emitting devices...

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01.02.2019
14:57 AzoNano.comStudy Shows Graphene Crinkles Could Pave Way for New Type of Controlled Molecular Self-Assembly

Ten years ago, researchers observed that dumping buckyballs—carbon molecules resembling soccer balls—onto a specific type of multilayer graphene resulted in a flat carbon nanomaterial,...

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00:18 ScienceDaily.comDynamic aspirin: Molecular vibrations drive electrons over large distances

Aspirin is not only an important drug but also an interesting physics model system in which molecular vibrations and electrons are coupled in a particular way. For the first time, X-ray experiments in the ultrashort time domain make electron motions visible in real time. They demonstrate that very small atomic displacements shift electrons over much larger distances within the aspirin molecules.

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31.01.2019
23:06 ScienceDaily.comGraphene crinkles can be used as 'molecular zippers'

New research shows that electrically charged crinkles in layered graphene can be useful in the directed self- assembly of molecules.

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22:50 CancerNetwork.comAdvances in Molecular Subtyping of Colon Cancer

Cancer Network spoke with Dr. Scott Kopetz about RNA-based subtyping and the challenge of spreading the word of the importance of biomarker testing in colorectal cancer.

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21:22 Nanowerk.comDynamic aspirin - molecular vibrations drive electrons over large distances

Aspirin is not only an important drug but also an interesting physics model system in which molecular vibrations and electrons are coupled in a particular way. For the first time, x-ray experiments in the ultrashort time domain make electron motions visible in real time.

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21:12 Nanowerk.comGraphene crinkles can be used as 'molecular zippers'

New research shows that electrically charged crinkles in layered graphene can be useful in the directed self- assembly of molecules.

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21:12 Phys.orgGraphene crinkles can be used as 'molecular zippers'

A decade ago, scientists noticed something very strange happening when buckyballs—soccer ball shaped carbon molecules—were dumped onto a certain type of multilayer graphene, a flat carbon nanomaterial. Rather than rolling around randomly like marbles on a hardwood floor, the buckyballs spontaneously assembled into single-file chains that stretched across the graphene surface.

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19:05 Yahoo.com BusinessCan Molecular Diagnostics Drive Myriad s (MYGN) Q2 Earnings?

Myriad (MYGN) likely to deliver solid Q2 results on the diversified Molecular Diagnostics portfolio with products like GeneSight, EndoPredict, BRACAnalysis CDx and Prolaris tests.

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18:19 Phys.orgDynamic aspirin – molecular vibrations drive electrons over large distances

Aspirin is not only an important drug, but also an interesting physics model system in which molecular vibrations and electrons are coupled in a particular way. For the first time, X-ray experiments in the ultrashort time domain make electron motions visible in real time. They demonstrate that very small atomic displacements shift electrons over much larger distances within the aspirin molecules.

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03:32 ScienceDaily.comNew molecular player in heart enlargement due to cardiac disease

Researchers have found that an RNA-binding protein called Lin28 is crucial for pathological hypertrophy, an enlargement of the heart associated with diverse cardiac diseases.

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29.01.2019
22:10 Technology.orgInsulated molecular wires: the smallest electric power cord

A new supramolecular self-encapsulation strategy provides an effective route to construct stable light-emitting polymers for optoelectronic applications. Flexible

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17:32 ScienceDaily.comMolecular analysis of anchiornis feather gives clues to origin of flight

Researchers have performed molecular analysis on fossil feathers from a small, feathered dinosaur from the Jurassic. Their research could aid scientists in pinpointing when feathers evolved the capacity for flight during the dinosaur-bird transition.

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11:14 Technology.orgMolecular Analysis of Anchiornis Feather Gives Clues to Origin of Flight

An international team of researchers has performed molecular analysis on fossil feathers from a small, feathered dinosaur from

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28.01.2019
23:00 Phys.orgMolecular analysis of anchiornis feather gives clues to origin of flight

An international team of researchers has performed molecular analysis on fossil feathers from a small, feathered dinosaur from the Jurassic. Their research could aid scientists in pinpointing when feathers evolved the capacity for flight during the dinosaur-bird transition.

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12:50 Nanowerk.comInsulated molecular wires: the smallest electric power cord

A new supramolecular self-encapsulation strategy provides an effective route to construct stable light-emitting polymers for optoelectronic applications.

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24.01.2019
13:53 Technology.orgFaulty molecular master switch may contribute to AMD

A signaling pathway controlled by transforming growth factor beta (TGFβ) could be involved in the progression of age-related

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22.01.2019
21:46 ScienceDaily.comFaulty molecular master switch may contribute to AMD

A signaling pathway controlled by transforming growth factor beta (TGF-beta) could be involved in the progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

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19:58 News-Medical.NetDefective molecular master switch could lead to age-related macular degeneration

A signaling pathway controlled by transforming growth factor beta (TGF-beta) could be involved in the progression of age-related macular degeneration.

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21.01.2019
21:32 News-Medical.NetMolecular profiling of precancerous lung lesions could lead to early detection and new treatments

The world's first genetic sequencing of precancerous lung lesions could pave the way for very early detection and new treatments, reports a new study led by UCL researchers.

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18.01.2019
21:03 Yahoo.com BusinessDo Institutions Own Molecular Templates, Inc. (NASDAQ:MTEM) Shares?

The big shareholder groups in Molecular Templates, Inc. (NASDAQ:MTEM) have power over the company. Generally speaking, as a company grows, institutions will increase their ownership. Conversely, insiders often decrease their Read More...

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