Author: Tim El-Sheikh

Because gold nanoparticles have a slight positive charge from the ligands, and DNA is always negatively charged, the DNA and nanoparticles are pulled together into complex packages. Image by: Yaroslava Yingling, North Carolina State University.

Gold Nanoparticles ‘Unzip’ DNA

Raleigh, North Carolina – New research from North Carolina State University finds that gold nanoparticles with a slight positive charge work collectively to unravel DNA’s double helix. [Video]

Clinical Trials Market Outlook

The healthcare industry demands the introduction of new drugs and this demand is increasing. Pharmaceutical and biotech companies are conducting numerous clinical trials to develop drugs to meet the...

Lab Automation – A European Perspective

Advancements in robotics and information technology have transformed laboratory research from an endeavour characterized by tedium and individual skill to an efficient process focussed on higher productivity...

Insights Into Molecular Graphics

Computational methods are widely applied by chemists and biologists to accelerate life science research. Graphically representing molecules, their structures and their attributes has long been a developing...

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