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Small-molecule and mutational analysis of allosteric Eg5 inhibition by monastrol

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Zoltan Maliga and Timothy J Mitchison. 2006. “ Small-molecule and mutational analysis of allosteric Eg5 inhibition by monastrol .” BMC Chem Biol, 6, Pp. 2. Abstract BACKGROUND...
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Opinion: The two months in 1980 that shaped the future of biotech

10 days ago   |   STAT

Forty years ago this week, five events occurred in the course of just under two months that shaped the future of the biotechnology industry and bioscience research. Looking...
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Avoidable serum potassium testing in the cardiac intensive care unit: development and testing of a machine learning model

12 days ago   |   Harvard

Bhaven Patel, Francesca Sperotto, Mathieu Molina, Satoshi Kimura, Marlon Delgado, Mauricio Santillana, and John Nagi Kheir. In Press. “ Avoidable serum potassium testing in the...
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ARCHITECTURE OF THE INVISIBLE

17 days ago   |   Science Museum

When physics - in the form of X-ray diffraction - collided with biology in the middle of the last century, scientists were given an intimate glimpse of the vast, complex...
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Opinion: The CRISPR Nobel was about more than two women scientists. It was about all of them

18 days ago   |   STAT

News that Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier were awarded this year's Nobel Prize in chemistry “for the development of a method for genome editing” known as CRISPR-Cas9...
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STAT Plus: The CRISPR story: How a basic research discovery changed science and led to a Nobel

19 days ago   |   STAT

When Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier embarked on the project that would change science and medicine in incalculable ways, their intentions were much more muted...
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‘A terrific choice': George Church salutes fellow CRISPR pioneers' historic Nobel win

19 days ago   |   STAT   |   2 articles

George Church, who is in the thick of both the science and the business of editing genomes with the now Nobel-Prize-winning technology called CRISPR, warmly greeted Wednesday's...
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Jennifer Doudna, now a Nobel winner, on CRISPR and its role in medical research

19 days ago   |   STAT

Jennifer Doudna, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry on Wednesday morning , along with collaborator Emmanuelle Charpentier, joined STAT at a San Francisco event last...
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It's looking less and less likely we'll get a vaccine by the election

It's looking less and less likely we'll get a vaccine by the election

20 days ago   |   Business Insider

Summary List Placement Hello, We've made it to Wednesday! How's everyone holding up? Some news out of Sweden: Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna have won the Nobel...
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Nobel prize in chemistry goes to the pioneers of CRISPR gene editing

20 days ago   |   New Scientist   |   2 articles

Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna have won this year's Nobel prize in chemistry for pioneering the genome editing tool CRISPR-CAS9
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Water on the Moon: Russia beat NASA to the discovery by almost 50 years - claim

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Scott O. Lilienfeld, 1960-2020: Kind Champion of Rigor in Psychological Science

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