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From:Japan Academy Proceedings Series B: Physical and Biological Sciences (Vol. 91, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedHydrogen sulfide ([H.sub.2]S) is a familiar toxic gas that smells of rotten eggs. After the identification of endogenous [H.sub.2]S in the mammalian brain two decades ago, studies of this molecule uncovered...
From:eLife (Vol. 6) Peer-ReviewedMutations in FAM20A cause tooth enamel defects known as Amelogenesis Imperfecta (AI) and renal calcification. We previously showed that Fam20A is a secretory pathway pseudokinase and allosterically activates the...
From:Chemical EngineeringPeer-ReviewedScientists at Flinders University (Adelaide, Australia; www.flinders.edu.au) have synthesized a new polymer that is extremely effective at binding to mercury for removal from water and soil. The new material Co called...
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