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Beta-cell mass imaging agents for diabetes research and diagnostics.

Stanford University researchers have developed a novel method for the bioluminescent imaging of beta-cells, the pancreatic cells responsible for secreting insulin in the healthy individual and a cell type responsible for one form of pancreatic cancer, ins...
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Easy Nanocrystal Mounting for X-ray Crystallography

Dr. Irimpan Mathews has developed a low-cost, easy-to-use, automated system for positioning nano- to micron-sized crystals for X-ray diffraction and other experiments. This mounting device operates at room temperature and atmospheric pressure by pulling c...
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