Synthesis and evaluation of 2-halogenated-1,1-bis(4-hydroxyphenyl)-2-(3-hydroxyphenyl)-ethylenes as potential estrogen receptor-targeted radiodiagnostic and radiotherapeutic agents
This article is lead and co-authored by two Northeastern researchers in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology. It focuses primarily on the synthesis and characterization of triphenyl ethylene derivates as potential estrogen receptor imaging agents.
This is a Nature article more oriented to biology-favoring biochemistry students. A C. elegans study that focuses mainly on two proteins' ability to transport cholesterol, but not dsRNA as previously believed.
This is a lengthy and technical article, but nevertheless quite interesting. Co-authored by two Northeastern researchers, this article illustrates a neat blending of biochemistry with physics.