Feb. 19, 2016SciencePharma & Drug Discovery
Chemical biology is a rapidly growing interdisciplinary field with a primary focus on studying biological functions and pathways using small molecules. Although chemical biology relies heavily on new experimental technologies and data, ...
Feb. 11, 2016ScienceMaterial Science
Authors: Florian Wassermann1, Daniel Freudenhammer1, Martin Bruschewski2 and Sven Grundmann3,*
Feb. 01, 2016ScienceChemistry & Physics
Authors: Monu Kaushik1, Diane Richter1 and Björn Corzilius1,*
Dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) has been developed more than 60 years ago and increases NMR sensitivity by several orders of magnitude. However, the introduction to mo ...
Authors: Patrycja Kielb1, Huong Khoa Ly1, Robert Götz1 and Inez M. Weidinger1
Jan. 20, 2016ScienceMedicine & Diagnostics
Nowadays screening for drugs and poisons in different bio matrices is still a challenge in the field of clinical and forensic toxicology as well as in the field of doping control. Several immunoassays and hyphenated chromatographic methods ...
Jan. 19, 2016ScienceMaterial Science
Redox-based resistive random-access memory (ReRAM) cells are currently considered to be very promising candidates for the information technology of tomorrow combining outstanding performance with energy-saving operation. Recent experiments ...
Jan. 15, 2016ScienceFood
Authors: Steffen Beccard1,*, Jörg Bernard2, Rudy Wouters2, Karin Gehrich2, Birgitta I. Zielbauer1, Markus Mezger1 and Thomas A. Vilgis1
In food, a very important class of materials are gels (soft liquid-rich solids), which have a ...
Jan. 15, 2016ScienceLiterature
The application of spectroscopic methods is nowadays a standard in chemistry, life science and structural biology. However, solving structural problems requires in most cases the combination of different techniques.
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