A new research by Universite Paris-Sud suggests that Buckminsterfullerene - also known as buckyballs - could be used to make us live longer.
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UPS stands for Universite Paris-Sud (French: South Paris University; Paris, France)
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Jean-Yves Hautem  Claire Morel  Remy Couderc  Fathi Moussa [1,2] *  APHP, Hopital Trousseau Service de Biochimie Paris, France  Unite Mixte de Recherche Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique 8612 Faculte de Pharmacie Universite Paris-Sud 11 Chatenay-Malabry, France * Address correspondence to this author at: UMR CNRS 8612, Faculte de Pharmacie, Universite Paris-Sud 11, 22 Rue J-B C16ment, 922696 Chatenay-Malabry, France.
Moreover, comments physicist Gerald Dujardin of Universite Paris-Sud in Orsay, France, the finding "opens the way to use a molecule as a real machine" for nanofabrication.
Eric Chassefiere, Universite Paris-Sud, France, has developed a computer model that suggests the water was largely atmospheric and existed only during the very earliest times, when the surface of the planet was completely molten.
00 Hardcover Molecular biology intelligence unit QP620 For graduate students, researchers, and scholars, Grosjean (structural enzymology and biochemistry, Universite Paris-Sud and Institut de Genetique et de Microbiologie, Center of National Research, France) compiles 41 chapters by geneticists, structural enzymologists, and molecular biologists from Europe, North America, and Japan who discuss aspects of DNA and RNA modification-editing processes and repair mechanisms.