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Catalysts for Reversing Adducts and Crosslinks in Formalin-fixed Tissue

Researchers in Dr. Eric Kool’s lab have developed catalysts and methods to improve recovery of biomolecular data from preserved tissue specimens. The standard for preparation and storage of tissue specimens is fixation with formalin. A consequence of ...
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Drive Systems and Optimization Techniques for Photonic Bandgap (PBG) Crystals

A Stanford researcher leverages common wafer manufacturing processes to optimize the performance of photonic bandgap (PBG) crystals for a variety of applications. Overall, the optimization techniques insert an array of useful defects within the basic pho...
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