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High throughput system for isolation, growth, and detection of lipid inclusions in bacteria

Researchers at Stanford University have developed a novel system for high throughput growth and quantitative analysis of lipid content in bacteria. Valuable lipid inclusions include polymers such as polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB), used for bioplastic producti...
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Targeting Brg1/BAF complex for hair growth and tissue regeneration

Researchers in Prof. Ching-Pin Chang’s laboratory have identified a molecular complex that could be targeted by therapeutic agents to influence hair growth or promote wound healing. This complex is involved in a chromatin remodeling pathway that is nece...
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