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    What's In A Name? A New Tool For Finding Sustainable Pesticides

    A new way to name certain proteins is a potential gamechanger for researchers developing organic pesticides that target specific insects, which are more environmentally friendly than chemically-based alternatives.

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    New Insights May Improve Performance of Medicine-Producing Cells

    Samples waiting to be analyzed on the mass spectrometer to quantify the incorporation of stable isotopes of carbon, which provides new insights into how nutrients are metabolized by CHO cells. Credit: Maciek Antoniewicz, University of MichiganJust like us, cells need to watch what they eat.

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