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Researchers have developed a new technique that can determine the specific molecular form, location, and the number of lipids in samples of rat brain tissue.
A research team has devised a unique method that can establish the amount, location, and specific molecular form of lipids in rat brain tissue samples.
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A group of scientists has developed a fast and cost-effective method of detecting and identifying bioactive compounds in samples such as plant extracts.
DNA strand breaks can play a role in the aging process. Now, with infrared spectroscopy, scientists have visualized the processes that take place at breaks.
Newcastle University researchers have developed a new class of self-forming membranes to separate carbon dioxide from a mixture of gases.
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When a corpse is discovered, one of the foremost things a forensic pathologist would do is to predict the time of death.
With the number of COVID-19 cases reducing in the United States and elsewhere, public health officials are attempting to understand the proportion of people who have been infected by coronavirus.
Scientists are increasingly aiming to leverage the various functions of lipids in human bodies, for example, in blood coagulation or as blood fats, to better interpret and predict a host of diseases.
The information contained in DNA is crucial for life. Hence, the integrity of the DNA has to be maintained extremely well.
Cold-brew might be a popular trend in coffee-making, but little is known about the way this process changes the chemical characteristics of the drink.
Scientists have designed a catalyst composed of very low concentrations of platinum (single atoms and small clusters) on the surface of titanium dioxide.
A method using noninvasive raman spectroscopy has been developed by scientists to measure blood glucose levels without the use of needles.
A team in Massachusetts has established a method of profiling of mispairing in antibody assembly.
Researchers have developed a new and more environmentally friendly chromatographic technique for the analysis of methylxanthines in commercial brands of tea.
Researchers have conducted a study showing that combining an AIMS approach with machine learning could speed up the diagnosis of breast cancer.
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