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Collagen connection: The sticky ends

Date: Nov 1, 2014

Author: David Bradley

Discovering the secrets of collagen, a major component of connective tissue in mammals could lead to improved tissue engineering and cosmetic and reconstructive medicine. Researchers at Rice University have now used NMR spectroscopy to demonstrate how model collagen fibres self-assemble via their sticky ends.

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Chronic fatigue: Brain matters

Date: Nov 1, 2014

Author: David Bradley

US researchers have discovered, using magnetic resonance imaging, that the brains of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome have diminished white matter and white matter abnormalities in the right hemisphere.

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Skin deep damage: UV exposure

Date: Nov 1, 2014

Author: David Bradley

Ultraviolet light damages DNA and cause proteins in the body to break down into smaller, sometimes harmful pieces that may also damage DNA, increasing the risk of skin cancer and cataracts. UV-IR double-resonance photofragment spectroscopy now reveals the details.

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Aligning spacecraft: Virtual telescopes

Date: Nov 1, 2014

Author: David Bradley

Aligning two spacecraft to focus on a single astronomical target creates a single or "virtual" telescope and paves the way for extreme ultraviolet imaging of the Sun and X-ray imaging of solar flares, according to research by NASA scientists.

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Hydrogen confinement: Phase IV

Date: Nov 1, 2014

Author: David Bradley

Combining hydrogen and its heavier sibling deuterium under pressure can create a novel, disordered, "Phase IV" material as revealed by Raman spectroscopy according to US researchers.

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Obituary: Nico Nibbering

Date: Oct 27, 2014

Author: spectroscopyNOW

The Editors of Mass Spectrometry Reviews write a heartfelt tribute to leading Dutch mass spectrometrist, Nico Nibbering, who has died aged 76.

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Journal Highlight: Proteomic identification of responsive proteins of Vibrio parahaemolyticus under high hydrostatic pressure

Date: Oct 27, 2014

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Proteome profiles were performed to determine the effects of high hydrostatic pressure on the food pathogen Vibrio parahaemolyticus ATCC 17802 in order to understand how it responds to mechanical stress injury.

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Journal Highlight: Functional magnetic resonance imaging of story listening in adolescents and young adults with Down syndrome: evidence for atypical neurodevelopment

Date: Oct 27, 2014

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Functional magnetic resonance imaging has been used to compare activation during language processing in young adults with Down syndrome to that in typically developing comparison groups matched for chronological age or mental age.

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Journal Highlight: Chemometrics application in biotech processes: assessing comparability across processes and scales

Date: Oct 20, 2014

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Chemometrics has been applied to compare two versions of a biotech process and identify process steps where significant differences exist as well as the parameters that cause these differences.

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Ozone liver stress: Inhalation alters hepatic proteome

Date: Oct 15, 2014

Author: Steve Down

Exposure to ozone modifies the proteome of the rat liver, according to scientists in the USA, compounding the adverse health effects that are already recognised in other organs like the lungs and heart.

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