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Agilent Technologies releases automated literature search tool for biology researchers

...This network view includes a node represented by a geometric shape for each gene and protein, and links to indicate relationships. Each node includes hyperlinks to descriptions and articles relevant to that gene or protein. Agilent Laboratories is using the plug-in as part of its collaborations with two other...

Self-assembled DNA buckyballs for drug delivery

... it as a nanoscale building material, constructing geometric shapes and even working mechanical devices. Now Cornell University researchers have made DNA buckyballs -- tiny geodesic spheres that could be used for drug delivery and as containers for chemical reactions. The term "buckyballs" has been used up ...

Sahara's edge studied from ground, air and space to improve water management

... the results from AquiferEx ?which are superior in geometric resolution and the number of channels or polarisations to the capability of presently orbiting satellites - will also be used to anticipate the performance and usefulness of future satellite sensors. Aquifer and TIGER The Aquifer Project has in ...

Computer simulation hints at new HIV drug target

...and penalties or bonuses for creating or relieving geometric strain. The scientists depict the protease enzyme in a brightly colored cartoon, with features that resemble a fat cat face. From the front or the back, the identical halves of the enzyme have an ear and cheek protrusion on each side. (See illustrat...

Major WHO study concludes calcium supplements can reduce complications during pregnancy

...and penalties or bonuses for creating or relieving geometric strain. The scientists depict the protease enzyme in a brightly colored cartoon, with features that resemble a fat cat face. From the front or the back, the identical halves of the enzyme have an ear and cheek protrusion on each side. (See illustrat...

Purdue creates new low-cost system to detect bacteria

...ribe the face as being made up of a combination of geometric shapes, like ovals, squares and triangles, but each face has a unique blend of these shapes. We did something similar. We reduced complicated scatter patterns to 120 numbers based on Zernike polynomials." This reduced collection of numbers describe...

Beauty and the brain

...'re easy to process? Working with random-dot and geometric patterns ?in an attempt to "use stimuli that were free of reproductive content," Winkielman says, and would "get at a general principle of cognition" ?Winkielman and his colleagues first "prepared" participants' brains to perceive a prototype and the...

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(Date:10/28/2014)... from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have discovered ... breeding and laying direct developing eggs in live bamboo ... white spotted bush frog ( Raorchestes chalazodes ). ... two species known to adopt this novel reproductive strategy. ... London,s Biological Journal of the Linnean Society , ...
(Date:10/27/2014)... punch with a pair of papers that detail how ... Collagen is the most common protein in mammals, a ... support cells and hold organs together. Discovering its secrets ... and cosmetic and reconstructive medicine. , The Rice lab ... a decade, teasing out the details of how it ...
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