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Compositions and Methods for Inhibiting Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Prof. Peter Marinkovich at Stanford University has discovered a method to inhibit and detect squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) with antibodies that target a specific region of laminin-332. Laminin-332 has been previously shown to be required for SCC progress...
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Microfluidics tools for automated surveillance of insect-borne bioagent

Researchers in Prof. Manu Prakash’s laboratory have developed a microfluidics platform for large-scale automated collection of insect saliva and downstream quantification and detection of insect vector-borne diseases such as malaria, West Nile virus or ...
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