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Biomedicine Archive

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    Medicine: New imagers offer an unprecedented view.

  • Adult Stem Cells

    With research on embryonic stem cells mired in controversy, adult stem cells are quietly providing the basis for striking advances toward new therapies.

  • Nanobiotic Lifesavers

    Synthetic peptide rings can self-assemble into antibiotic nanotubes that puncture deadly bacteria.

  • Monkey Thoughts

    We round up this week’s most intriguing items from around the Web.

  • Proteins on Demand

    The director of Harvard’s Institute of Proteomics wants to create a DNA repository containing a template of every human protein. One goal: accelerated drug discovery.

  • Glycomics

    Sugars could be biology’s next sweet spot.

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  • Speeding Drug Discovery

    It takes years and millions to get a new drug to market. New techniques might burrow through the mountain of genome data and break the bottleneck.

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