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Strong SERS signal enhancement in living cells

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Gold nanoflowers can increase the signal in SERS by as much as 100 million-fold and have been used as tags for imaging studies of living cells.

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CAS gains Springer procedures

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The scientific publisher Springer has agreed to work with the American Chemical Society's Chemical Abstracts Service to include thousands of new experimental procedures for chemical reactions in CAS databases.

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Condom brand identification from traces in fingerprints

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Scientists in Sheffield, UK, who have a good record of gleaning chemical information from fingerprints, have now succeeded in distinguishing various brands of condoms by trace residues left on the fingers after handling them.

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ACS launches new research management platform

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The American Chemical Society (ACS) has launched ACS ChemWorx, a powerful new research collaboration system designed to integrate all facets of a researcher's work life.

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Favorable patent ruling for Illumina

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A US district court judge has ruled that genetic sequencing systems developed by the US company Illumina do not infringe three patents held by fellow US company Life Technologies.

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Organic matter in water workshop

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The International Workshop on Organic Matter Spectroscopy 2013 will take place in La Garde City, France, on 16–19 July 2013.

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What goes on as diabetic wounds heal?

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US scientists have uncovered some of the molecular changes that occur during the healing of diabetic wounds, using ion mobility mass spectrometry to highlight the species involved.

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Acrylamide in potato chips estimated from ATR mid-IR spectra

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The carcinogen acrylamide has been measured in potato chips by ATR mid-IR spectroscopy, giving results that agreed with those from mass spectrometry but without the need for solid-phase extraction.

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MRI explains why amputees can still feel pain in their lost arms

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A brain MRI study of upper-limb amputees suggests that phantom pain is preserved structure and function in the former hand area of the sensorimotor complex, contradicting current theories.

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Cocrystal mapping of drugs by terahertz spectroscopy

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The distributions of two cocrystallising components within a pharmaceutical tablet have been chemically mapped for the first time, using terahertz spectroscopy and their concentrations were accurately measured.

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