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The TOPAS Tool for Particle Simulation

A SLAC researcher has developed the TOPAS Tool for Particle Simulation to make Monte Carlo simulation more readily available for research and clinical physicists. TOPAS can model a passive scattering or scanning beam treatment head, model a patient geomet...
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Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) Mutants

Stanford researchers developed patented GFP (Green Fluorescent Protein) mutants with intense fluorescence around 488nm. GFP expression is observable minutes after induction, with intensities an order of magnitude higher than wild-type. These mutants hav...
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