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Development of self-assembling nanocarriers for water-soluble drugs 2010/03/11
An alternative method for BOLD fMRI 2010/01/27
Study on effects of CD24 polymorphisms in risk and progression of chronic hepatitis B virus infec... 2010/01/20
RUVBL2 is a novel AS160-binding protein that is involved in the regulation of insulin-stimulated ... 2009/12/22
Prof Zusen Fan’s group uncovers a novel cell-death pathway induced by Granzyme F 2009/12/22
A collaborative work between IBP and US researchers was published in PNAS 2009/12/10
Prof Chang Chen's research group identifies a novel molecular mechanism which regulates classical... 2009/12/10
Variations in the requirement for v-SNAREs in GLUT4 trafficking in adipocytes 2009/10/17
Systematic identification and characterization of chicken (Gallus gallus) ncRNAs 2009/10/16
Crystal structure of DNA gyrase B' domain sheds lights on the mechanism for T-segment navigation 2009/10/16
Investigation of the structure and function of the human LanCL1 protein by Prof. Zihe Rao's group... 2009/09/29
Nature Neuroscience publishes a joint paper between Prof Shi-Gang He's group at IBP and Prof Ju-F... 2009/09/23
Work on human 5,10-Methenyltetrahydrofolate Synthetase (hMTHFS) by Prof Zhi-Jie Liu's group appea... 2009/09/17
The automated high throughput gene to crystal pipeline accomplished -- a new breakthrough in inst... 2009/09/16
Crystal structure of the polymerase PAC¨CPB1N complex from an avian influenza H5N1 virus 2009/09/11
Institute of Biophysics has made important progress in the research of complex structure of neuro... 2009/09/10
A Remarkable Progress on the Study of Acoustic Communication in the Concave-eared Frog 2009/09/09
New Progress in the Studies of the Pigeon Visual System 2009/09/08
New Progress in the Studies of the Zinc-finger Antiviral Protein 2009/09/08
Dopamine-Mushroom Body Circuit Regulates Saliency-Based Decision-Making in Drosophila 2009/09/08
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