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Targeting BAAPP domain - PIP-2 interaction for antiviral and anti-hyperlipidemic therapies

Viruses in general, and hepatitis C virus in particular, are a worldwide cause of morbidity and mortality for which effective therapies are largely lacking. Moreover, for many viruses the problem of developing resistance is a particularly challenging p...
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Three-dimensional Touch Technology for Intuitive Human-Computer Interaction

Stanford researchers Zhenan Bao and Benjamin Tee have developed a new thin-film pressure sensor that can detect contact pressures as small as 3 Pa – about 20mg over the area of a typical human fingertip. This innovative technology has a large dynamic ra...
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