Ubiquitin System: The Next Class of Drug Targets?
A Complex Role in Cellular Process & Growing Tool Set to Elucidate It
Bispecific Antibodies Close in on Cancer
Plotting Molecular Pincer Movements, Denying Cancer Room to Maneuver
Resolving Nonspecific Binding, Regeneration and Other Problems
Researchers Turn to Cloud Computing as Genomic Sequencing Data Threatens to Overwhelm Traditional IT Systems
Application of Synthetic Biology
Craig Venter and his scientific team recently reported the creation of the first “synthetic cell.” Some researchers have labeled the achievement a revolutionary step toward the production of new biofuels and inexpensive vaccines and biotherapeutics. Others claim the experiment has been overplayed and only represents a significant technical advance; they believe that the realization of synthetic biology’s promise will occur over the long-term.