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Optical Labeling and Detection of Hydroxymethylcytosine – a BioMarker for Cancer

The TechnologyEpigenetic profiling: single-molecule, quantitative optical detection by fluorescent labeling of 5hmC residues. A simple yet highly sensitive 5hmC quantification assay that is compatible with bulk DNA analysis as well as with 5hmC... Read More >

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Antibodies and molecular recognition

"M2", a novel cysteine constrained looped 14-amino acid peptide, has been developed and optimized to bind HIV gp120. M2 binding allosterically elicits conformational rearrangements in the structure of HIV gp120 revealing the "CD4 induced"... Read More >

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A complex comprising RNA and a positively charged modified polysaccharide selected from starch, amylose, amylopectin, galactan, chitosan, or dextrin, pharmaceutical composition comprising it, and its use in RNA transfection are provided. Methods... Read More >

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PNA - Self Assembled peptide nanostructures for OLED / Security applications

TechnologyWe developed nanostructures based on Peptide-Nucleic Acid (PNA) derivatives which show highly promising performance characteristics. The unique electroluminescence/photoluminescence materials can be used as emissive materials in... Read More >

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Large Scale Computational Methods for Calculating Energies and Energy Densities of Large Systems

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New Approaches for Analyzing and Understanding Gene Expression

TechnologyDeciphering Gene Expression Code - We perform large-scale analyses of genomic data to discern the rules behind the various aspects of gene expression encoded in the transcript. Computational Modeling of Gene Expression - We develop... Read More >

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A photocatalytic nanobiocompex composed of integrin-binding, titanium dioxide associated DLDH (RGD¬2-DLDH-TiO2) as a "neo-radiation" targeted treatment for cervical cancer

Cervical cancer is the second most common malignancy in women with over half a million cases occurring worldwide each year. Despite multi-modal approaches, this disease remains highly resistant and novel approaches for treatment are urgently needed... Read More >

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In vitro CRISPR/Cas9 assisted targeting scheme (CATsCH) for low-cost, ultra-deep and high throughput region of interest genomic analysis

Abstract CRISPR/Cas9 assisted targeting scheme (CATsCH) is an in vitro method that targets long sequence specific genomic regions of interest. The RNA-guided Cas9 digestion system was adjusted to in vitro conditions in combination with cloning... Read More >