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Intrinsic biocontainment: Multiplex genome safeguards combine transcriptional and recombinational control of essential yeast genes [Genetics]

10-Feb-2015 | Yizhi Cai; Neta Agmon; Woo Jin Choi; Alba Ubide; Giovanni Stracquadanio; Katrina Caravelli; Haiping Hao; Joel S. Bad ..., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2015

Biocontainment may be required in a wide variety of situations such as work with pathogens, field release applications of engineered organisms, and protection of intellectual properties. Here, we describe the control of growth of the brewer’s yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, using both ...

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Entropy, Vol. 15, Pages 3260-3275: A Maximum Entropy-Based Chaotic Time-Variant Fragile Watermarking Scheme for Image Tampering Detection

05-Aug-2013 | Chen, Young-Long ; Yau, Her-Terng ; Yang, Guo-Jheng, Entropy, 2013

The fragile watermarking technique is used to protect intellectual property rights while also providing security and rigorous protection. In order to protect the copyright of the creators, it can be implanted in some representative text or totem. Because all of the media on the Internet are ...

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Entropy, Vol. 15, Pages 3170-3185: A Maximum Entropy-Based Chaotic Time-Variant Fragile Watermarking Scheme for Image Tampering Detection

05-Aug-2013 | Chen, Young-Long ; Yau, Her-Terng ; Yang, Guo-Jheng, Entropy, 2013

The fragile watermarking technique is used to protect intellectual property rights while also providing security and rigorous protection. In order to protect the copyright of the creators, it can be implanted in some representative text or totem. Because all of the media on the Internet are ...

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[News & Analysis] Intellectual Property: Supreme Court Rules Out Patents on 'Natural' Genes

26-Jun-2013 | Eliot Marshall, Science , 2013

Genes are a product of nature and not an invention, the Supreme Court said in invalidating Myriad Genetics' patents on two breast cancer genes.

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[News of the Week] Around the World

05-Jun-2013 | Science , 2013

In science news around the world, two billionaires have bought the former building of drug company Merck Serono in Geneva, the $12 million Laboratory of Neuro Imaging is moving to the University of Southern California Keck Medical Center, and Saudi Deputy Health Minister Ziad Memish complained ...

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3rd Ceramic Leadership Summit

14-May-2013 | Marina R. Pascucci, International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, 2013

The Ceramic Leadership Summit is designed to explore business opportunities, emerging technologies, and critical issues that challenge the ceramic and glass materials community. In 2012, the 3rd Ceramic Leadership Summit was held in conjunction with the 4th International Congress on Ceramics ...

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[News & Analysis] Intellectual Property: In a Flurry of Metaphors, Justices Debate a Limit on Gene Patents

01-May-2013 | Eliot Marshall, Science , 2013

The U.S. Supreme Court is trying to determine whether patents on the cancer-linked genes BRCA1and BRCA2 are legitimate.

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[Policy Forum] Intellectual Property: Drug Patents at the Supreme Court

27-Mar-2013 | C. Scott Hemphill, Bhaven Sampat, Science , 2013

Arguments for paying generic drug makers to abandon patent challenges may rest on dubious assumptions.

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[News & Analysis] Intellectual Property: Supreme Court to Review the Scope of Monsanto's Seed Patents

12-Feb-2013 | Eliot Marshall, Science , 2013

How far do seed patents extend, and what do they cover?

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Carboxylic Acid (Bio)Isosteres in Drug Design

29-Jan-2013 | Carlo Ballatore, Donna M. Huryn, Amos B. Smith, ChemMedChem, 2013

Abstract The carboxylic acid functional group can be an important constituent of a pharmacophore, however, the presence of this moiety can also be responsible for significant drawbacks, including metabolic instability, toxicity, as well as limited passive diffusion across biological membranes. ...

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