Oxygen is a transcriptional regulator responsible for tissue homeostasis and maintenance. Studies relating cellular phenotype with oxygen tension often use hypoxia chambers...
Many potential chemotherapeutics fail to reach patients. One of the key reasons is that compounds are tested during the drug discovery stage in two-dimensional cell cultures...
Long noncoding RNAs, lncRNAs, are important regulators of gene expression, but their structural...
Researchers in the Shoenfisch Group have employed a simplified diffusion cell methodology to measure the diffusion coefficient...
The Department of Chemistry's Student and Postdoc Wellness, SWELL, committee is excited to announce the launch of their website...
RNA therapeutics developer, Ribometrix, and Vertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated, NASDAQ:VRTX, have announced that the companies have entered
Published in ACS Catalysis, the Gagné Group reports an approach to enhancing the number of valuable compounds one can synthesize...
Colonization of the lungs by biofilm-forming pathogens is a major cause of mortality in cystic fibrosis, CF. In CF patients, these pathogens are difficult...
Earlier this semester, Carolina Chemistry's Frank Leibfarth was selected as a 2019 Chemical & Engineering News's "Talented Twelve..."
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