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BioResearch Int'l e-Newsletter for September 24, 2010
Immune Defense Against Viruses Depends on Caspase-12
The enzyme caspase-12 has been found to play a critical role in the body’s immune defense against pathogenic viruses such as the one that causes West Nile fever.
Genome Mapping Reveals Drug Resistance Mutation in Peruvian Malaria Parasites
Researchers have used advanced genomic techniques to map the genome of the malaria parasite
in a carefully defined geographical area in Peru and found a mutation that causes the parasite to become resistant to the commonly used drug clindamycin.
Microfluidic Device Allows Collection, Analysis of Hard-to-Handle Immune Cells
A new microfluidic tool for isolating neutrophils from small blood samples could provide information essential to determine better the immune system’s response to traumatic injury.
Researchers Question Safety of Some Plant Antioxidants
Researchers in Taiwan warn that some naturally occurring plant antioxidants may actually have carcinogenic properties and represent a health risk that warrants further evaluation.
Hybrid Protein Developed as Tools for Gene Cutting, Editing
A U.S. team of researchers has developed a kind of hybrid proteins that can make double-strand DNA breaks at specific sites in living cells.
New Microplate Dispenser Streamlines Liquid Handling Tasks
A new generation of microdispenser, capable of dispensing multiple reagents into multiple microplate types, is now available for biotech and life science researchers.
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