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A novel incretin encoded by the GIP precursor

Researchers in Prof. Sheau Yu Hsu's laboratory have identified a novel, extended GIP (glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide) isoform that is resistant to degradation. In addition, they discovered a variant of this extended peptide with significant...
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Sensitive Single-Chip VLF Magnetic Field Receiver

A team of Stanford engineers developed a very low frequency (VLF) magnetic field receiver that is capable of receiving signals as small as 1 femtotesla with a large dynamic range. This receiver employs a compact architecture that combines a low-impedance ...
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