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Molecular level imaging of the nerve receptors involved in pain may allow for the precise design of drugs that can block pain without having side effects.
The studies were the foundation of the FDA's decision on Tuesday to green-light Keytruda to treat cancers such as Joho's, meaning malignancies with certain molecular characteristics.
Navarrete savored the chance to share his favorite activity — tutoring in molecular biology.
The studies were the foundation of the FDA’s decision on Tuesday to green-light Keytruda to treat cancers such as Joho’s, meaning malignancies with certain molecular characteristics.
UCI professor wins Alzheimer’s research grant A UC Irvine assistant professor of molecular biology and biochemistry has won a $150,000 grant to be awarded over three years.
Among them was Da'Kuawn Johnson, a 22-year-old who earned a bachelor's degree in biochemistry and molecular biology.
Those molecular antennae---ion channels that open and close to expose the guts of a cell to the outside world, and receptors that pick up chemical signals from the surrounding environment---are a key to bodily functions.
Molecular tests showed that proteins coded by ancient parent cells still interact mostly with each other.
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First Known Use of molecular
MOLECULAR Defined for Kids
Definition of molecular for Students
: of or relating to a molecule molecular structure
Medical Definition of molecular
molecularity\-ˌlek-yə-ˈlar-ət-ē\play noun plural
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