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Highlights from the American Chemical Society journal, ACS Chemical Biology, are now available on EurekAlert!, Below is a link to the July 2007 edition.

In the current issue

  • Toxins from snails may lead to new drugs

  • New strategies for minimizing the side effects of the COX inhibitors,(some of which were banned due to the high risk of cardiovascular side effects

  • How the sex hormones estrogen and testosterone activate cell signaling pathways

  • Helper peptides that can influence the opening of calcium channels in cell membranes

  • A new technique called the double barrel shotgun approach that helps pinpoint key cellular proteins

  • How tricking cells with a mimic of a chemically modified protein can help identify components of cell signaling pathways.

http://www.eurekalert.org/jrnls/acs/index.php?page=chemicalbiology


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Contact: Victor Cornejo
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American Chemical Society
2-Aug-2007


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