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Titanium Plates For Bone Regeneration
UCLA researchers in the School of Dentistry at the Weintraub Center for Reconstructive Biology have developed a new titanium plate to promote bone regeneration in dental reconstruction procedures.
Small Molecule Regulators of let-7 MicroRNA Targets in Acute Myeloid Leukemia Cancer Stem Cells
UCLA researchers have identified a class of small molecule phosphodiesterase inhibitors that suppress let-7 target genes and inhibit cell growth in acute myeloid leukemia cancer cell lines.
Method For Efficient Radiolabeling Of Biomolecules
UCLA researchers in the Department of Medical and Molecular Pharmacology have developed a method that enables efficient radiolabeling of small volumes / amounts of biomolecules.
Novel Targets And Use Of Small Molecule BT-2 To Treat Heart Failure, Obesity And Diabetes
UCLA researchers from the Cardiovascular Theme in the Departments of Anesthesiology, Physiology and Medicine have discovered new pathways and potential treatment options for heart failure, obesity, and diabetes
Phase Recovery And Holographic Image Reconstruction Using Neural Networks
UCLA researchers from the Department of Electric Engineering have developed a novel microscopy approach that produces phase and intensity images using a single hologram acquired from a lens-free CMOS system with extremely fast deep neural network training algorithm.
Modular Miniature Microscopy System
UCLA researchers have developed a modular miniature microscopy system for brain imaging in behaving animals.
Compositions Of Polyion Complex Polypeptide Hydrogels
UCLA researchers in the Department of Bioengineering have developed a new class of cell-compatible copolypeptide hydrogels that possess chain conformation directed polyion complex (PIC) supramolecular architectures.
Non-Oxidative Glycolysis For Production Of Acetyl-CoA Derived Compounds
The Liao group at UCLA has constructed a Non-Oxidative Glycolysis pathway for the synthesis of biofuel precursors with a 100% carbon conversion rate.
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