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Biochemistry

New technology could reduce delayed diagnosis and help differentiate malaria parasite species for effective treatment

Researchers use proteomics & machine learning to identify group of proteins to gauge severity of malaria

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Boosting the protein production in cyanobacteria

Researchers modify DNA to improve protein production in cyanobacteria.

Cyanobacteria are a type of unicellular organisms that can utilize sunlight and synthesize their food. Their ability to carry out photosynthesis makes them excellent candidates in the field of biotechnology for the production of desired chemicals and proteins. To kick-start this process, scientists use ̳promoters‘, which are the parts of DNA from suitable organisms, including cyanobacteria, that dictate the production of the required protein.

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New Research Illuminates The Path To Ultrasensitive Biosensors

Researchers identify performance limits of biosensors which observe dynamic interactions to determine the concentration of desired molecules.

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Halting the growth of harmful bacteria through specially-designed sugars

Researchers have used modified sugars to hamper the development of cell wall in disease Causing bacteria

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Tracing the origins of Parkinson’s disease

Researchers uncover the  molecular events that lead up to the  formation  of protein clusters commonly  seen in Parkinson's disease

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