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Nanoparticles That Deliver Oligonucleotide Drugs into Cells Described in Nucleic Acid Therapeutics

Yesterday − Mary Ann Liebert, Inc./Genetic Engineering News
New Rochelle, NY, January 27, 2015--Therapeutic oligonucleotide analogs represent a new and promising family of drugs that act on nucleic acid targets such as RNA or DNA; however, their effectiveness has been limited due to difficulty crossing the cell membrane. A new delivery approach based on cell-penetrating peptide nanoparticles can efficiently transport charge-neutral oligonucleotide analogs into cells, as reported in Nucleic Acid Therapeutics, a peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann…
• Intracranial Stimulation Proved Efficient in the Recovery of Learning And Memory in Rats − Yesterday
• Tracking DNA Helps Scientists Trace Origins of Genetic Errors − Yesterday
• The Origin of Life: Labyrinths as Crucibles of Life − Yesterday
• Mothers' 'Baby Talk' Is Less Clear Than Their Adult Speech − Yesterday
• Penn Research Shows Relationship Critical for How Cells Ingest Matter − 2 days ago
• UGA Researchers Image And Measure Tubulin Transport in Cilia − 2 days ago
• Cooperation Between Cancer Cells Makes Therapies Ineffective, Suggests New Treatment − 2 days ago
• UCI, Fellow Chemists Find a Way to Unboil Eggs − 2 days ago
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01-27-15

Nanoparticles That Deliver Oligonucleotide Drugs into Cells Described in Nucleic Acid Therapeutics

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01-27-15

Tracking DNA Helps Scientists Trace Origins of Genetic Errors
Scientists have shed light on how naturally occurring mutations can be introduced into our DNA. The study, which focuses on how DNA replicates every time a cell divides,…
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01-27-15

Mothers' 'Baby Talk' Is Less Clear Than Their Adult Speech
People tend to have a distinctive way of talking to babies and small children: We speak more slowly, using a sing-song voice, and tend to use cutesy words like…
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01-27-15

Intracranial Stimulation Proved Efficient in the Recovery of Learning And Memory in Rats
The research, published in Behavioural Brain Research, was conducted by Pilar Segura and Ignacio Morgado (coordinators), Laura Aldavert and Marc Ramoneda, psychobiologists of the Institute of Neurosciences and the…
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01-27-15

The Origin of Life: Labyrinths as Crucibles of Life
Water-filled micropores in hot rock may have acted as the nurseries in which life on Earth began. A team at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich has now shown that temperature…
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01-26-15

UCI, Fellow Chemists Find a Way to Unboil Eggs
Irvine, Calif., Jan. 23, 2015 - UC Irvine and Australian chemists have figured out how to unboil egg whites - an innovation that could dramatically reduce costs for cancer…
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01-26-15

Penn Research Shows Relationship Critical for How Cells Ingest Matter

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UGA Researchers Image And Measure Tubulin Transport in Cilia

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01-26-15

Cooperation Between Cancer Cells Makes Therapies Ineffective, Suggests New Treatment

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01-26-15

Frogs Prove Ideal Models for Studying Developmental Timing

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Cell Imaging Gets Colorful

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Engineering Self-assembling Amyloid Fibers

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How Cancer Turns Good Cells to the Dark Side

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01-26-15

Sounds of Silence
New research published by the Neuronal Mechanism for Critical Period Unit at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) has shown the effectiveness of chemogenetic inhibition…
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Cell Biology

UGA Researchers Image And Measure Tubulin Transport in Cilia


2 days ago − University of Georgia
• Nanoparticles That Deliver Oligonucleotide Drugs into Cells Described in Nucleic Acid Therapeutics − Yesterday
• Penn Research Shows Relationship Critical for How Cells Ingest Matter − 2 days ago
• Tracking DNA Helps Scientists Trace Origins of Genetic Errors − Yesterday
• Cooperation Between Cancer Cells Makes Therapies Ineffective, Suggests New Treatment − 2 days ago
• Frogs Prove Ideal Models for Studying Developmental Timing − 2 days ago
• Cell Imaging Gets Colorful − 2 days ago
 
Cancer, Oncology

How Cancer Turns Good Cells to the Dark Side


2 days ago − Rice University
• Cooperation Between Cancer Cells Makes Therapies Ineffective, Suggests New Treatment − 2 days ago
• UCI, Fellow Chemists Find a Way to Unboil Eggs − 2 days ago
• Cell Imaging Gets Colorful − 2 days ago
• Tracking DNA Helps Scientists Trace Origins of Genetic Errors − Yesterday
• Ribose-seq Identifies And Locates Ribonucleotides in Genomic DNA − 2 days ago
• Nanoshuttle Wear And Tear: It's the Mileage, Not the Age − 2 days ago
 
Genetics

Ribose-seq Identifies And Locates Ribonucleotides in Genomic DNA


2 days ago − Georgia Institute of Technology
• Tracking DNA Helps Scientists Trace Origins of Genetic Errors − Yesterday
• Nanoshuttle Wear And Tear: It's the Mileage, Not the Age − 2 days ago
• New Computation Method Helps Identify Functional DNA − 7 days ago
• Harnessing Data from Nature's Great Evolutionary Experiment − 7 days ago
• Mapping the Maize Genome − 8 days ago
• New Trick Found for How Cells Stay Organized − 12 days ago
 
Zoology
Sending Bat Signals: Unique 'Supper's Ready' Alert Beckons Hungry Bats

6 days ago − American Friends of Tel Aviv University
The sound of a bag of potato chips being torn open cuts through a darkened movie theater. The noise, in an otherwise silent space, pinpoints for all moviegoers exactly where the chips are being devoured. According to a new Tel Aviv University study, bats operate in a similar fashion. …
• New Research Reveals That a Bird 'Paints' Its Own Eggs with Bacteria Which Protect the Embryo − 15 days ago
• Unique Sulawesi Frog Gives Birth to Tadpoles − 27 days ago
• How Birds Get by Without External Ears − 1 months ago
• UBC Team Finds a Glitch in Hummingbird Hovering − 1 months ago
• Birds Conform to Local 'Traditions' − 1 months ago
• International Collaboration Completes Genome Sequence of Centipede − 2 months ago
 
Botany
An Old Genetic Tool in Plant Biology Still Has Value

21 days ago − American Journal of Botany
Scientific tools for plant genetics research continuously fade away as newer methods evolve. However, researchers at Mississippi State University have found that one older method, the use of fragmented chloroplast DNA sequences, still stands strong amidst modern technologies. …
• A Vegetarian Carnivorous Plant − 1 months ago
• New Theory Suggests Alternate Path Led to Rise of the Eukaryotic Cell − 1 months ago
• Breaking Down DNA by Genome − 2 months ago
• Building a Bridge from Basic Botany to Applied Agriculture − 3 months ago
• Twice the DNA Yield in Less Time − 3 months ago
 
Entomology

Emerald Ash Borer Confirmed as Threat to White Fringetree


13 days ago − Entomological Society of America
• New Forensic Entomology Observations Expand Knowledge of Decomposition Ecology − 6 days ago
• Transgenic Crops: Multiple Toxins Not a Panacea for Pest Control − 8 days ago
• How Malaria-spreading Mosquitoes Can Tell You're Home − 6 days ago
• A Honey Bee Hive Tells All − 15 days ago
• Study Rules Out Spiders as Common Cause of Bacterial Infections in Humans − 21 days ago
 
Agriculture

How the Yellowhammer Became a Kiwi - from Hero to Villain in 15 Years


11 days ago − Pensoft Publishers
• Transgenic Crops: Multiple Toxins Not a Panacea for Pest Control − 8 days ago
• Mapping the Maize Genome − 8 days ago
• Research Finds Salt Tolerance Gene in Soybean − 18 days ago
• Sophisticated System Prevents Self-fertilization in Petunias − 19 days ago
• Scientists Document Longest-ever Case of Sperm Storage in Sharks − 19 days ago
 
Paleontology, Fossil, Dinosaur

New UF Study Reveals Oldest Primate Lived in Trees


7 days ago − University of Florida
• Simple Soil Mixture Reverses Toxic Stormwater Effects − 7 days ago
• Paleontologist Names 9-foot-long 'Predator Croc' That Preceded Dinosaurs − 8 days ago
• Fossil Ankles Indicate Earth's Earliest Primates Lived in Trees − 8 days ago
• Jaw Mechanics of a Shell-crushing Jurassic Fish Revealed − 14 days ago
• Dinosaurs Wiped Out Rapidly in Europe 66 Million Years Ago − 15 days ago
 
Ethology

Sisters Act Together


5 days ago − University of Veterinary Medicine -- Vienna
• Burying Beetles Hatch Survival Plan to Source Food, Study Shows − 8 days ago
• Love at First Smell − 1 months ago
• Bad News for Kids − 2 months ago
• University of Tennessee Study Finds Fish Just Wanna Have Fun − 3 months ago
• University of Tennessee Study Finds Crocodiles Are Sophisticated Hunters − 3 months ago
 
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