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The Chan-Zuckerberg Biohub aims to support the fundamental research and develop the technologies that will enable physicians to cure, prevent, or manage all diseases in our childrens' lifetimes. The CZ Biohub brings together researchers from UC Berkeley, Stanford, and UCSF. Find the latest research from the CZ Biohub researcher network here.

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Nature Nanotechnology

Banning carbon nanotubes would be scientifically unjustified and damaging to innovation

Nature NanotechnologyMarch 12, 2020
Daniel A HellerMasako Yudasaka
Nature Methods

3D ATAC-PALM: super-resolution imaging of the accessible genome

Nature MethodsMarch 24, 2020
Liangqi XieZhe Liu

Single-cell transcriptomic analysis of the adult mouse spinal cord

bioRxivMarch 17, 2020
Jacob BlumAaron D Gitler

DeCoDe: degenerate codon design for complete protein-coding DNA libraries

BioinformaticsMarch 17, 2020
Tyler C ShimkoYaron Orenstein
Journal of Labelled Compounds & Radiopharmaceuticals

Arabinofuranose-derived positron-emission tomography radiotracers for detection of pathogenic microorganisms

Journal of Labelled Compounds & RadiopharmaceuticalsMarch 30, 2020
Mausam KalitaDavid M Wilson

Fronto-striatal projections regulate approach-avoidance conflict

bioRxivMarch 6, 2020
Adrienne C. LoewkeLisa A. Gunaydin

Rational Design of Aptamer Switches with Programmable pH Response

bioRxivMarch 16, 2020
Ian Andrew Paul ThompsonHyongsok Tom Soh

Split-TurboID enables contact-dependent proximity labeling in cells

bioRxivMarch 12, 2020
Kelvin F. ChoAlice Y. Ting
ACS Central Science

Sensing Living Bacteria in Vivo Using d-Alanine-Derived 11 C Radiotracers

ACS Central ScienceMarch 4, 2020
Matthew F L ParkerDavid M Wilson

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