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High Surface Area Transparent Conductive Electrodes

Engineers in Prof. Thomas Jaramillo’s laboratory have developed a low-cost, scalable process for making high surface area transparent conducting oxide electrodes with tunable relative roughness factors (RRFs) between 20-1000. This high roughness factor...
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PHD2 shRNA gene therapy for treatment of ischemic heart disease

Stanford researchers have developed a novel shRNA therapy for promoting angiogenesis to treat ischemic heart disease and other conditions. This method simultaneously activates several downstream angiogenic genes by knocking down prolyl hydroxylase-2 (PHD...
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