A list of articles describing our recent academic and industrially-relevant scientific publications
A rare genetic disease has been modelled in transgenic rats and analysis of the brain shows that metabolism of certain molecules is perturbed, possibly helping to explain self-harming behaviour
Problems sleeping is one of the earliest signs of dementia but there may be molecular links between sleep circuitry and a protein involved in neurodegenerative diseases.
A recent study probes the links between inflammation and depression and suggests a link between inflammation and the levels of key neuroactive metabolites
Aggregated brain proteins cause many devastating neurological conditions, but are protein aggregates in the brain always bad?
JBL Science's expertise in characterising crystals is highlighted in 2 newly-published scientific articles
University of Lincoln scientists have published work that describes an approach to make quantum computers more mainstream using fullerene chemistry
Rats exposed to swim-related stress show different levels of neurosteroids in the brain depending on sex, suggesting sex-dependent neurosteroidogenesis in the HPA axis
A major protein encoded in the genome of the influenza virus called NS1 helps traffic through the cell and JBL Science researchers help find out more about this process
Transgenic chickens have been created that package a range of potentially therapeutic molecules in their eggs, in quantities above many more common techniques for production of recombinant protein. Read about how is this done.