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Compartmentalized integrated biochips

Sensor arrays for molecular detection are often desired to contain large numbers of individual sensors. In principle, every sensor can be used to detect a different target analyte, but chemical and biological cross reactivity and different dynamic ranges ...
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Autoimmune Demyelination Treatment with Nogo Fragments

Researchers in Prof. Lawrence Steinman’s laboratory have developed a patented therapeutic compound that could be used to treat multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune demyelinating conditions. This technology is based on the finding that Nogo (a protei...
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