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Wnt peptide pharmacophore

Researchers in Dr. K. Christopher Garcia’s lab have produced a small cyclic peptide that mimics the binding activity of Wnt for Frizzled and is the minimal Wnt pharmacophore. Wnts (Wingless and Int-1) are central mediators of vertebrate and inve...
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Gradually self-expanding and shape-retaining hernia prevention device

Stanford researchers have prototyped a novel interventional medical device which can be used to protect the lungs during fetal development. The initial application is to prevent lung hypoplasia during development in fetuses with Bochdalek congenital diaph...
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