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Scintillation Crystal Detection Arrays for Radiation Imaging Devices

A Stanford researcher has developed two advanced approaches for the positron sensitive high-energy photon sensor technology for Positron Emission Tomography (PET). In the first approach, the radiation imaging device comprises layers of very thin position...
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A Method to Regulate Protein Function in Living Cells Using Small Molecules

Stanford researchers have developed a general system to regulate the activities of specific proteins in mammalian cells using cell-permeable, synthetic molecules. By manipulating protein activity (rather than using traditional perturbations of DNA and it...
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