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The shape of pleomorphic virions determines resistance to cell-entry pressure

By UCT | September 8, 2022

The study of viruses is a never-ending battle. Even for well-studied viruses such as the influenza A virus, scientists are continuing to discover new data. A research group in Brandeis Read More

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Researchers Investigate Six Common Pesticides in Wines and the Associated Risk Assessments

By UCT | August 23, 2022

Romanian scientists¹ have developed a quick and easy analytical method to determine if wines contain pesticide residues less than the European Union’s maximum residue limits. They focused on the detection Read More

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Strong cation Exchanger (BCX) cited in a study on a radiopharmaceutical for Neuroendocrine tumor

By UCT | August 10, 2022

With a growing interest in clinical applications in recent years, the demand for Gallium-68 (68Ga) has also increased. 68Ga-DOTATATE is used as a radiotracer in Positron Emission Tomography (PET) to detect Read More

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An Electrochemiluminescence Biosensor for Detection of CdkN2A/p16 Anti-oncogene Based on Functional Electrospun Nanofibers and Core-shell Luminescent Composite Nanoparticles

By UCT | July 19, 2022

In the pursuit of cancer research and clinical applications, one of the most important factors is the recognition and quantitation of the CdkN2A/p16 anti-oncogene, AKA the multiple tumor suppressor 1 Read More

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A New Single-Laboratory Validated Method for the Detection of Pyrethroid Metabolites in Milk by GC/MS

By UCT | July 11, 2022

With concerns over the household use of pyrethroid pesticides for mosquito control, researchers in Thailand have developed a validated method for analyzing cis/trans-permethrinic acid in powdered milk. Pyrethroids are naturally Read More

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Importance of umbilical cord analysis in determining prenatal drug exposure

By UCT | June 22, 2022

Fentanyl serves as a powerful analgesic agent to manage pain during labor and delivery. However, prolonged prenatal exposure can make babies drug dependent and sudden discontinuation may result in conditions Read More

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Myelination and Node of Ranvier Formation in a Human Motoneuron−Schwann Cell Serum-Free Coculture

By UCT | June 8, 2022

Motor neurons allow the body to move, speak, and breathe due to the propagation of action potentials between neuron nodes. The space between neurons, known as a node of Ranvier, Read More

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Fungicides Affect Leafy Vegetable Biochemistry

By UCT | May 31, 2022

Researchers at the Institute of Plant Protection-National Research Institute and the Academy of Agrobusiness in Poland determined individual fungicides, Fluazinam, Dithianon, and Dodine, and mixtures of the three fungicides cause Read More

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