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New class of compounds offers great potential for research and drug development – Scientists from The Scripps Research Institute have identified a class of compounds that could be a boon to basic research and drug discovery. GC–MS Results from Mars: …

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Six Slinn Picks – chemical news

Zinc complexes as anti-microbial wound dressings – Scientists in the UK have made metal-containing thin films that can be incorporated into wound dressings or on surfaces to kill microbes and bacteria in hospitals. Endosulfan banned as agreement is reached with …

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Water molecules characterize the structure of DNA genetic material – Water molecules surround the genetic material DNA in a very specific way. Lignin cut down to size by nickel catalyst – A nickel-based homogeneous catalyst that breaks down lignin – …

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Six Slinn Picks – chemical news

Starting a new metabolic path: Researchers develop technique to help metabolic engineering – Efforts to engineer new metabolic pathways into microbes for the inexpensive production of valuable chemical products, such as biofuels or therapeutic drugs, should get a significant boost …

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Six Slinn Picks – chemical news

Device proves solar cell potential of high bandgap inorganic nanowire arrays – A report, published in the March 14 edition of the Journal of Materials Chemistry, announced the successful fabrication and testing of a new type solar cell using an …

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Six Slinn Picks – chemical news

Microrockets aim at cancer diagnostics – Researchers at the University of California, San Diego, have made self-propelled microtube rockets that can find and capture cancer cells from blood samples. Nanomechanical investigations show how green tea can repair cancer cells – …

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