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Device to Prevent and Treat Kidney Failure

A Stanford physician has developed a catheter-based medical device to help treat and prevent life-threatening acute kidney failure. This minimally invasive technology is designed to both improve the delivery of oxygen to the kidney and reduce the metabol...
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Light-Regulated Protein Stability System

This light-activated system for targeted, rapid, reversible degradation of proteins of interest enables unprecedented control for direct studies of protein function. This technology is part of an overall effort in Prof. Tom Wandless’ laboratory to devel...
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