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Compositions and methods for regulation of gene expression with and detection of folinic acid and folates

Researchers in Dr. Christina Smolke’s lab have generated novel RNA aptamer sensors that can be used to regulate gene expression in response to the clinically relevant drug folinic acid. Chemical induction of gene expression is a regulatory tool used in...
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SCISSORS - Rapid Estimation of Chemical Similarities

Researchers in Prof. Vijay Pande's laboratory developed a novel computational technique (“SCISSORS”) that affords several orders of magnitude acceleration in chemical library screening. SCISSORS uses a linear algebra algorithm to approximate a given ...
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