Chemical biology news from across RSC Publishing.
Issue 2, Research News
19 December 2006
Improved early diagnosis of breast cancer could be in sight thanks to researchers in the UK.
12 January 2007
A method to deoxygenate blood's oxygen-carrier, haemoglobin, could lead to treatments for sickle cell anaemia.
17 January 2007
Imaging mass spectrometry could bring about a change in direction for diagnostic medicine.
15 January 2007
Surprising results could help answer questions about organisation and transport in cells.
04 January 2007
A fast route to find reagents for silencing disruptive genes has been developed by scientists in the UK.
08 January 2007
Researchers in Canada have found a cheaper way of making glycans, complex carbohydrate structures found in biological systems.
21 December 2006
A long-standing mystery in the natural synthesis of the antibiotic fosfomycin has been resolved by chemists in the US.
05 January 2007
Molecular buckets that pack DNA into nanoparticles could have implications for gene therapy, say scientists in Greece.
10 January 2007
Ben Davis talks to James Mitchell Crow about 'nature's fuzzy logic.'
22 January 2007
Ivan Dmochowski and XinJing Tang, researchers at the University of Pennsylvania, US, shed light on gene regulation.
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