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‘Click’ chemistry may help treat dogs with bone cancer

In September 2022, researchers from California and Denmark were awarded a Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their development of ‘click’ chemistry. It’s a process where molecules snap together like LEGO, making them a potentially more efficient transportation device in delivering pharmaceuticals to cancer tumours.

In a 2022 study, it has been successfully shown for the first time how ‘click’ chemistry can be used to more efficiently deliver drugs to treat tumours in large dogs with bone cancer.

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May-2024

Biocides > News

ECHA’s new guidance paves way for better protection of bees from biocides

ECHA’s guidance document presents an approach to assess the risks of biocides to honey bees, bumble bees and solitary bees, based on the latest scientific...

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Apr-2024

Crop Protection > News

Improving Identification of a Fungal Pathogen of Citrus to Prevent it from Arriving in Europe

ANSES's (FR) Plant Health Laboratory Mycology Unit has developed a PCR test to distinguish the fungus responsible for citrus black spot from that of a...

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