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Translocating Kilobase RNA through the Staphylococcal
Influence of Temperature on Lithium–Oxygen
Sequential and Site-Specific On-Surface Synthesis on a Bulk Insulator
Thin Porous Alumina Sheets as Supports for Stabilizing Gold Nanoparticles
Environment: Under current U.S. environmental and health regulations, federal agencies could miss identifying risks associated with new nanomaterials
RNA Interference: Nanocoatings on bandages and other medical materials could deliver RNAs capable of shutting off genes related to disease
Replicating conditions on ancient Earth adds a new twist to RNA’s possible role in the origin of life
Bacteria are less misanthropic than we thought
Bacteria were thought to be like Alceste from the 17th century comedy The Misan...
What does “aging” mean for our cells?
Aubrey de Grey, a researcher at Cambridge University, thinks that aging should be considered and ...
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