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Regulating Protein Stability in Gene Therapy and Biological Therapies

Stanford researchers have developed a highly specific, tunable system to improve the safety, efficacy and deliverability of gene therapy vectors and other biological therapies. This invention utilizes the Shield-1 technology (see more information »

Dielectric Surface Engineering and Modification in Organic Thin Film Transistors

Stanford researchers in Chemical Engineering have developed a controlled method to precisely engineer the dielectric interface in organic transistors. The method makes use of a crystalline rather than amorphous organosilane monolayer for improved charge c...
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