• mPEG-PLGA from PolySciTech used in Development of Microwave Manufacturing Technique for Chemotherapeutic-Loaded Nanoparticles

    Have you ever looked at a microwave oven and wondered if it could be used to manufacture nanoparticles? Microwave electromagnetic radiation generates heat by vibrating the molecules of whatever is placed within range....
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  • Mechanism of Aging and Anti-aging Strategies

    Being immortal is a pursuit that can be traced back to millenniums ago. So far, although scientists have done a lot of researches in the field of aging, the mechanism of aging still haven’t been made clear. It w...
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  • LION LBD: a Literature-Based Discovery System for Cancer Biology

    New AI system is expected to accelerate scientists' research in the field of cancer.   Recently, a research report was published in the international magazine Bioinformatics. Scientists from the University of Ca...
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  • Research Progress on Hippo Signaling Pathway

    The Hippo pathway is a kinase chain consisting of a series of protein kinases and transcription factors. From lower animals to higher animals, the Hippo signaling pathway is highly conserved, and this signaling pathwa...
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  • PLGA from PolySciTech used in study on nanoparticle/microparticle interactions with immune cells

    The human immune system does a spectacular job at attacking and destroying anything which is deemed (from a biochemical standpoint) to be ‘non-self’ in nature. In the case of bacterial or viral infection, ...
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  • PLGA from PolySciTech used in development of nanoparticle-based antisense oligonucleotide delivery system

    Antisense oligonucleotides (AS)=O) are synthetic polymers that are short-chain derivatives of DNA or RNA. They can potentially be applied to treating a wide range of diseases by blocking or modifying the synthesis of ...
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  • If You See Spam...(you can help)

    I just deleted about a dozen posts this morning that advertised a dietary supplement. I had deleted a few last week, but I discovered today that quite a few postings got by me. We usually have some technology to stop ...
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  • PLGA-PEG-PLGA thermogel from PolySciTech used in development of bone-tuberculosis therapy

    Although tuberculosis is commonly associated with the lungs, this bacterial infection can also affect other body parts such as the spinal column (Pott’s disease) or long-bones. This form of the disease is both d...
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  • PLGA from PolySciTech used in development of oral exenatide formulation for diabetes treatment

    Diabetes is a highly prevalent disease affecting roughly 30.3 million Americans, leading to nearly 79,000 deaths annually, making it the 7th leading cause of death (ADA, 2015 statistics). Exenatide is a GLP-1 (glucago...
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  • Just in time for New Years: PLGA-NH2 from PolySciTech used in development of obesity treatment

    Around New Year’s, many people begin forming resolutions several of which involve losing weight. There are many causes and factors which contribute to weight gain and obesity. One of which is the disposition of ...
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  • Magnesium to boost Li-ion Batteries

    Magnesium addition in organic electrode developed for Li-ion batteries shows a significant energy increase. The needs in terms of electricity storage are being upgraded by organic electrode materials having advantage...
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  • The Skyrmion particles still undisclosed

    Flashback on the early stage discovery made by Hilton Royle Skyrme who predicted the Skyrmion particles in condensed matter systems for most promising information carriers in low-power spintronic devices. npj Computa...
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  • myACS Top Story Hassen Jaafar

    About myACS Sharing : Build up to enhance leadership development myACS - Hassen Jaafar Member Since 2011 orcid.org/0000-0002-5149-6486 Homepage & more about me...
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  • The development of cancer immunotherapy

    It can be traced back to at least 300 years ago when people began to use the immune system to fight disease. According to records, in 1718, a British diplomat’s wife observed in Istanbul that “human smallp...
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  • Recent research advances on the CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing tool

    We all know that gene editing technology can help to treat a variety of diseases effectively. However, due to its probability of off-target, this technology also has certain drawbacks. So what research achievements ha...
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  • JAK-STAT Signaling Pathway and Leukemia

    JAK-STAT signaling pathway The JAK-STAT signaling pathway is a signal transduction pathway stimulated by cytokines discovered in recent years, which is involved in many important biological processes such as cell prol...
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  • X-ray crystallography has always been the gold standard for determining chemical structure

    In the field of chemistry, structure dominates everything because it determines how a molecule behaves. But there are two short-form methods for mapping two small organic structures, such as drugs, hormones, and vitam...
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  • About PacBio Sequencing and Its Applications

    Brief Introdution to PacBio Sequencing The single molecule real-time (SMRT) sequencing, developed by Pacific Biosciences, is a newly emerging third-generation DNA sequencing technology. PacBio’s SMRT sequencing...
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  • Date and Location Set for 2019 BPCR Conference: August 28th KPTC

    Last year saw the first annual Biotech, Pharma, Cancer, Research (BPCR) conference sponsored by Akina, Inc. come to beautiful fruition. This scientific networking conference held in Purdue Research Park provides for a...
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  • Amine-PEG-PLGA from PolySciTech used in development of antibacterial formulation against food-borne illness

    Although often overlooked, the impact of foodborne illness on society is not trivial. The CDC estimates 48 million are afflicted with 128K hospitalizations and roughly 3000 deaths from foodborne illness each year in U...
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