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PEPCK is an enzyme critical in the process of gluconeogenesis whose inhibition could be used to treat hyperglycemia and diabetes.

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Broad-spectrum antiviral compounds that inhibits pyrimidine biosynthesis, triggers innate immunity, and induces antiviral responses.

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A novel low-cost method for fabricating high-performance plasmonic graphene for use in thin-film photovoltaic devices and other optoelectronics.

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The present invention employs a novel use of logic and data analysis tools to improve the efficiency of drug discovery.

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The present invention employs a novel use of multiplexing and cross-connect architecture to improve energy efficiency in optical networks.

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A microfluidic device capable of efficiently isolating exosomes from blood and plasma.

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This invention consists of a new hyphenated atomic force microscopy (AFM) technique with whispering gallery mode sensing (WGM), which provides the ability to measure the topography and refractive index of a material simultaneously. 

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A novel device for the treatment of vascular malformations, aneurysms, fistulas, and varices utilizing cyanoacrylate tissue adhesives. This invention provides superior control of the adhesive following injection and during the curing process, significantly decreasing the risks attributable to current technology.

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The Surface Modified Ceramic Filter (SMCF) provides an inexpensive gravity filtration device for the removal of inorganic chemicals, organic chemicals, and pathogens from water. The surface modification is easily incorporated into traditional ceramic production methods, making this filter ideal for both industrial mass-production and remote operations in developing countries. 

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Novel derivatives of marmelin are anticancer agents that induce apoptosis, affect cancer stem cells, and inhibit tumor growth.  Marmelin analogs have potential as chemotherapeutic agents.

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