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Volume 23, Number 03, March 2019
Driven by curiosity — Exclusive interview with Nobel laureate Ada Yonath: Her journey in science wasn't always crystal clear
It wasn't always crystal clear: Ada Yonath
Hear from a Nobel-winning crystallographer and her story on polar bears and sending crystallization experiments to space
When milk turns sour
A miniaturised paper-based kit for milk freshness analysis by the determination of alkaline phosphatase levels.
Asia's daunting tuberculosis problem
Drug-resistant tuberculosis is poised to be a growing public health crisis, especially affecting low and middle-income countries.
Renal complications of oxalate disorders
Improving our understanding of oxalate disorders may provide an opportunity to target the gut to treat kidney stone disease
Quality and quantity of sleep affects behavior, cognition and glucose levels in Asian teens
Lack of sleep linked to poor and dangerous behavior; continuous and split sleep schedules affect cognition and glucose levels differently
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Volume 23, Number 03, March 2019
FEATURES  
Renal complications of oxalate disorders
Improving our understanding of oxalate disorders may provide an opportunity to target the gut to treat kidney stone disease.  

 

SPOTLIGHTS  
It wasn't always crystal clear: Ada Yonath
Hear from a Nobel-winning crystallographer and her story on polar bears and sending crystallization experiments to space
EYE ON CHINA  
Organ donations to be computerised in China
The regulation will take effect on first March, aims to help ensure fairer distribution of organ donations
Your eyes don't deceive you, your brain does
Over one tenth of Chinese people have mental health problems
Study revealed suppression of inhibitory neurons in fruit flies
INSIDE INDUSTRY  
Entries open for the US$170,000 Ryman Prize Singapore HSA approves HIV-1 infection treatment for adults Molecular test to predict immunotherapy response for kidney cancer
BIOBOARD  
Quality and quantity of sleep affects behavior, cognition and glucose levels in Asian teens
Lack of sleep linked to poor and dangerous behavior; continuous and split sleep schedules affect cognition and glucose levels differently
Quality of overall diet key to lowering type 2 diabetes risk
Toxic bacteria found on microplastics retrieved from tropical waters
Hassle free influenza vaccine close to reality
Bitter rapeseed could be used as protein source for human nutrition
NEWS CRUNCH  
news Which country has the worst sleepers
news Asia is the fastest growing region for nutraceuticals
news 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine winners
news Vitafoods Asia expands by 40 per cent in 2018
PR NEWSWIRE  
Asia Pacific Biotech News
EDITORS' CHOICE  
COLUMNS  

APBN Editorial Calendar 2019
January:
Taiwan Medical tourism
February:
Marijuana as medicine — Legal marijuana will open up scientific research
March:
Driven by curiosity
Editorial calendar is subjected to changes.
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