Daily Archives: April 19, 2017

Making 8-membered rings – It’s a DOS (diversity orientated synthesis) approach

For many years, the primary method of global drug discovery has involved the synthesis of naturally occurring molecules and their derivatives. This drug discovery process would involve several steps, from initial extraction and isolation from a biological

Simulation by Stanford researchers shows how transporter proteins do their work in cells

Cells must continually pass molecules in and out to sustain life. Computer scientists and molecular physiologists have developed a computer algorithm to capture how these crucial proteins work. Inside every plant or animal, proteins called transporters act

Mid ventricular ballooning in takotsubo cardiomyopathy: from a concealed to a manifest form

Myocardial bridging occurs when one of the coronary arteries (left anterior descending coronary artery, cicumflex artery and right coronary artery) tunnels through the myocardium rather than resting on top of it. Typically, the arteries rest on top of the heart muscle and

To get your target compound quickly with the TLC-based GUESS working chart

Choosing a suitable solvent system for a counter-current chromatography separation presents a challenge for many researchers. In this study we introduce a quick method of separating a target compound from the bark of Zanthoxylum myriacanthum var. pubescens