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A method for tracking moving sources with PET

Stanford researchers at the Pratx Lab have developed a new trajectory reconstruction method for tracking moving sources labeled with positron-emitting radionuclides using PET. This method reconstructs the time-varying position of individual sources direct...
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Modulation of Antibiotic Sensitivity of Bacteria by Manipulation of Bacterial Defense Mechanisms such as SOS Response

This invention describes a method to reduce the innate resistance of bacteria to antibiotics. This innate resistance is mediated by the SOS response, which transiently delays bacterial cell division, thereby preventing bacterial killing by ordinarily let...
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