Palladium catalyst speeds up two separate reactions, making useful molecules in a single process
Extremely short mid-infrared laser pulses will help scientists explore ultrafast processes in atoms
A subset of immune cells in the liver shields it from bacteria in the gut
Chemistry - An Asian Journal
Adapted polymer offers plant-based protection from the Sun’s harmful rays
Stem Cell Reports
Generating large numbers of universal immune cells could transform cancer immunotherapy
A high-fat diet may worsen inflammatory skin conditions such as psoriasis
Understanding how monocyte cells generate specialized immune system cells may help target immunity against cancer
A technique that identifies and characterizes different immune cell groups in individual patients could revolutionize cancer treatments
The effect of gut microbes on the mouse brain depends on both sex and stage of development
The extremely short relaxation times of atoms can be measured by using quantum-entangled photons
A consensus-based computational approach improves prediction of gene mutations linked to cancer
By taking advantage of the body’s natural diversity, antibody drugs can be made less toxic by having a more localized effect
A protein can be used to measure the aging effect of sun exposure on skin cells
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