GY7B: A New Yeast Species
Yeast stain GY7B is a novel, lactic-acid producing yeast capable of acidifying beer to pH3.5 in as little as five days with final attenuation at 2-3 weeks. Typical sour beer production relies upon secondary fermentation with bacteria to develop a complex sour beer flavor profile which can take months or years to fully develop.
A High Molecular Weight Biodegradable Gelatin-Doxorubicin Conjugate
Lead University of the Sciences Inventor Clyde M. Ofner III, Ph.D Unmet Need A major challenge in cancer chemotherapy is the selective delivery of small molecule anti-cancer agents to cancer cells. Doxorubicin (DOX) is a potent antineoplastic agent that is effective against a wide range of solid tumors and lymphomas but it is also associated […]
Compounds and Compositions for the Treatment of Breast Cancers
Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) has the highest mortality rate among all breast cancers due to shorter time to develop metastases and high recurrence rates. The inventors have uncovered a small molecule that exhibits selectivity toward TNBC cells while sparing normal surrounding cells.