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Neuropeptide Y Y1 Receptor Structures Offer New Opportunities for Anti-obesity Drug Discovery [2018-05-14]
Scientists Discover Vitamin C Promotes Oligodendrocytes Generation and Remyelination [2018-05-14]
Glucagon Receptor Structure Offers New Opportunities for Type 2 Diabetes Drug Discovery [2018-05-14]
SIOC researchers made considerable progress in catalytic enantioselective synthesis of chiral-at-cage carboranes [2018-05-14]
SIOC made progress in the structure and enzymatic mechanism of a flavin-dependent Diels-Alder-like [4+2] cyclase [2018-05-14]
Strong Field Ionization Generate Near-resonant Raman Amplification [2018-05-14]
Saturation of Two-Photon Absorption in Layered Transition Metal Dichalcogenides [2018-05-14]
More than 50MeV of proton is accelerated on SG-II PW laser [2018-05-14]
SCIENCE report: Physicists are planning to build lasers so powerful they could rip apart empty space [2018-05-14]
Institut Pasteur of Shanghai reports that NLRP3 inflammasomemaintains intestinal homeostasis through modulating gut microbiota induced regulatory T cells [2018-05-14]
Institut Pasteur of Shanghai reveals that the chromatin remodeling subunit Baf200 promotes normal hematopoiesis and inhibits leukemogenesis [2018-05-14]
Researchers of Institut Pasteur of Shanghai unveal the Regulation of gammaherpesvirus lytic replication by endoplasmic reticulum stress-induced transcription factors ATF4 and CHOP [2018-05-14]
Researchers of Institut Pasteur of Shanghai revealed the function and mechanism of MLL5, an epigenetic regulator, in regulating antiviral immune response [2018-05-14]
Scientists reveal that recombinant ZIKV envelope protein elicited protective immunity against ZIKV in immunocompetent mice [2018-05-14]
Researchers of Institut Pasteur of Shanghai unveal the Regulation of gammaherpesvirus lytic replication by endoplasmic reticulum stress-induced transcription factors ATF4 and CHOP [2018-05-11]
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