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Scientists discover a new way to combine coding languages into single “bilingual” molecule – News-Medical.net

The nucleic acids of DNA encode genetic information, while the amino acids of proteins contain the code to turn that information into structures and functions. Together, they provide the two fundamental codes underlying all of life.

Evolution of Antibiotic Tolerance Promotes Resistance to Combination Regimens – News-Medical.net

A new study suggests that the evolution of antibiotic tolerance requires further investigation if newly designed antibiotic treatments are going to be able to prevent drug-resistant infections.

Researchers identify molecular regulator that can help treat obesity – News-Medical.net

Fat cells are filled with droplets coated by molecules that act like hotel doormen: These "doormen" control cellular access for nutrients as well as for the exit of energy-supplying molecules called lipids.

Resprep PLR SPE products can help remove both phospholipids and proteins in a single procedure – News-Medical.net

Simultaneously remove phospholipids and proteins in a single, simple procedure with new Resprep PLR (phospholipid removal) SPE products.

New molecular probe senses the state of proteome in live cells – News-Medical.net

The folding state of the proteins in live cells often reflect the cell’s general health. Australian scientists have developed a molecular probe that senses the state of the proteome—the entire set of the proteins—by measuring the polarity of the protein envir…

Siah2 Gene Control could Help Treat Melanomas More Effectively – News-Medical.net

To develop improved cancer immunotherapies, it is essential to understand how cancers shut down the natural immune response to foreign antigens. This current study demonstrates how mice lacking the Siah2 gene, fail to develop BRAF-mutation carrying melanoma f…

Rejuvenating the BCG Vaccine – News-Medical.net

A new primate study published in the journal Nature in January 2020, reports that the almost century-old BCG vaccine against tuberculosis, may be used differently to achieve better protection against lung tuberculosis. While more work remains to be carried ou…

Tea Drinkers Live Longer, a New Study Says – News-Medical.net

Green tea, native to China and India, has gained immense popularity for its health benefits. Now, there are more reasons to drink green tea, as scientists found consuming tea at least three times a week could help reduce the risk of premature death, living a …

Prestigious two-year fellowship awarded to Ofelia Martinez from Hackensack Meridian Health – News-Medical.net

Ofelia Martinez, the director of clinical skills at the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University, was awarded a prestigious two-year fellowship by the National Board of Medical Examiners.

Researchers develop new approach to better understand protein interaction in the body – News-Medical.net

Proteins are often called the working molecules of the human body. A typical body has more than 20,000 different types of proteins, each of which are involved in many functions essential to human life.
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Human recombinant soluble ACE2 successfully used in a patient with severe COVID-19 – News-Medical.Net

A multinational research group recently published a paper in the journal Lancet Respiratory Medicine which describes the first patient with a severe form of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) that was successfully treated with human recombinant soluble ACE2.

Tongue cancer in young women skyrockets – 7NEWS.com.au

There's been a dramatic increase in the incidence of rare tongue cancer in people under 45, particularly in young, non-smoking women, new research has found.