Chemical biology news from across RSC Publishing.
Issue 11, Research News
18 October 2007
Brian Mann and Roberto Motterlini react to carbon monoxide's bad press.
16 October 2007
Kira Weissman tells Joanne Thomson how the genetic engineering of bacteria could lead to new drugs.
12 October 2007
An imaging process could help shed light on cellular processes in medical disorders such as Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease.
08 October 2007
Chemists in France have trapped live bacteria inside an aluminium-based ceramic, paving the way for new biomedical materials.
10 October 2007
Lipophilic wrapping paper is helping lanthanides cross into cells and could lead to osteoporosis treatments.
26 September 2007
Canadian scientists are on a roll when it comes to DNA amplification.
04 October 2007
Exploiting osmosis could be the way forward for anticancer drug testing and cell development studies.
28 September 2007
A less invasive treatment for prostate cancer is a step closer thanks to preclinical studies by researchers in the US.
02 October 2007
US scientists figure out sugars' sticking power.
Successfully launched in early 2007 the RSC eBook Collection is already a global success.
This month sees three RSC journals focus on key research areas.
On September 7th, over 200 senior industrialists and academics gathered in Beijing to mark the launch of Chemistry World: China.
Chemical Biology 2007 Issue 11
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