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Disulfide-linked Foldon Domains To Stabilize Protein Trimers

Researchers in Dr. James Swartz's lab have developed foldon domains that can be used to stabilize protein trimers even under stressful conditions that would otherwise disassemble the trimeric structure. The ability to trimerize proteins is of great inter...
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Medical CAD: Osteoporosis Screening Breakthrough using QCT (Quantitative CT) on Conventional Clinical Scanners

This invention is a system for providing accurate and precise (relative to current methods) Quantitative Computed Tomography (QCT) measurements by eliminating beam hardening artifact. For example, current QCT measurement can only be made on a region of i...
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