A supplement providing a snapshot of the latest developments in chemical biology
Researchers in Germany and Canada have developed a test that could help to crack down on drug cheats in sport.
Infrared light transforms protozoa into a streamlined, fast-swimming shape in low-nutrient environments.
Scientists report on a cheap, effective and safe sanitation method for disinfecting water.
A microchip that can detect tiny amounts of a cancer antigen could provide an early-warning system for the disease.
Researchers in Japan have changed the catalytic function of an enzyme by switching just one of its amino acids.
Analytical methods are being used to study metal-protein interactions, providing a starting point for protein mapping.
What happens if you get a frog drunk and then take him scuba diving?
A way of measuring cell respiration in microchips could lead to better devices for fertility research.
Swiss scientists have developed a microarray system that translates lipase activities into patterns unique to each enzyme.
RSC members, authors, referees and readers met at three separate events on three continents in as many weeks, recently.
The latest issue of Natural Product Reports, guest edited by Professor R X Tan, Nanjing, focuses on 'Natural Product Chemistry in China'.
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