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March 2018 Issue of The Translational Scientist

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Articles featured in this issue

Disease Area Pain & critical care

Hurt Blocker

| James Strachan

Researchers develop a new way to tackle pain: inhibition of RNA-protein interactions

Tools & Techniques Diagnostics & prognostics

The Truth About Personal Genetic Tests

| Suneel Deepak Kamath

Is direct-to-consumer testing anywhere near as useful as it appears to the public – or to science?

Research Field Omics

Chemistry Connections

| William Aryitey

Sitting Down With… Carolyn Bertozzi, Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Chemistry, and Professor (by courtesy) of Chemical & Systems Biology and Radiology,Stanford University, USA.

Research Field Analytical science

Mirror, Mirror…

| Roisin McGuigan

A tool to predict racemization could help prevent drug discovery dead ends

Research Field Cell & gene therapy

The Secret is the Secretions

| Nicolas Sohl

Stem cells hold great promise, but is it the cells we really need?

Tools & Techniques Omics

Metabolomics: the Superglue of Omics

| Martin Giera, Mary E. Spilker, Gary Siuzdak

As the profile of metabolomics soars, we offer our thoughts on the future of the field.

Tools & Techniques Clinical trials

Cherchez la Femme?

| Roisin McGuigan

A review of FDA data suggests that women are now better represented in clinical trials.

Disease Area Diagnostics & prognostics

Super Saliva Test

| William Aryitey

Can an oral fluid assay for HIV be as sensitive as a blood test?

Research Field Cell & gene therapy

Pulling Back the Curtain: Combinatorial Screening

| Shahzad Ali

What are the realities of translating exciting cell and gene therapy research into something more tangible?

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