CHIMIA 10/2011, Vol. 65

Institutional Young Fellows 2011 10

 

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This special issue of CHIMIA gives eight young researchers, who have benefited from the last three round of SNF-professor and Ambizione fellowships, the opportunity to present some results of their independent research in chemistry.


The title picture is provided by Marcel Hollenstein, University of Bern, and demonstrates the use of modified nucleoside triphosphates in SELEX for the generation of DNAzymes with enhanced properties.

 

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765 Icon OpenAccessContent Icon ExternalLinkGetting Ready to Translate: Cytoplasmic Maturation of Eukaryotic Ribosomes
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