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Q-STAR fluorogenic probes for highly specific detection of nucleic acids in vitro and directly inside cells

Stanford researchers have developed a novel linker that can be cleaved in a chemoselective manner under particularly mild conditions. This linker makes possible new, high-performance fluorogenic probes ("QSTAR probes") for the detection of nucleic acids ...
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Novel screening methodologies for inhibitors of HCV amphipathic helix (AH) function

Stanford researchers have developed novel screening methodologies for inhibitors of hepatitis C virus (HCV) amphipathic helix (AH) domains. These screens enable the detection of small molecules that target not only to the AHs present in the N-termini of t...
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