Daily Archives: September 13, 2016

Supramolecular self-sorting: A route to sophisticated multi-interlocked molecular muscles

Interlocked molecular machines are promising targets in the domain of nanotechnology. Among molecular machines, the doubly interlocked “molecular muscle” architecture ( Fig.  1 ) is of particular interest. It consists of the interweaving of two so-called “hermaphrodite”

Enzyme-based computing systems: The half-adder and half-subtractor

Have we ever stopped to think what would happen if the silicon based computers that we have come to rely on reach the peak of their development?  Many scientists who work in the field of unconventional computing

Long-term outcome in patients admitted with a heart attack and detected with increased blood sugar levels during admission

An Oral Glucose Tolerance Test ( OGTT ) is one of the diagnostic tests to determine the presence of pre – diabetes or manifest diabetes. An OGTT involves drinking a 75 gram sugar solution after 8 hours

Treatment of sarcoidosis

Sarcoidosis is an uncommon, poorly understood disorder that most often affects the chest. Its cause is unknown. While the outcome is, in general, favorable, a small number develop scarring of the lungs (fibrosis), which, if extensive, will