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Consumables and reagents are the lifeblood of scientific progress, and without the proper materials, productivity grinds to a halt. Prudent labs have adopted...
by Adam Regelmann, COO, Quartzy
9.25.2018
2:05pm
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Researchers have revealed that the sudden drop in glucose that people experience when they are hungry can impact their mood.
9.25.2018
1:56pm
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Research identifies new details of how a sugar-signaling molecule helps regulate oil production in plant cells.
by DOE/Brookhaven National Laboratory
9.25.2018
1:48pm
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Researchers have discovered a surprising tactic of pathogenic bacteria when being attacked by antibiotics: hibernation.
by Faculty of Science - University of Copenhagen
9.25.2018
1:39pm
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Scientists have developed new single-cell analysis approaches wedded to machine learning, allowing the detection of copy number variations smaller than one...
by Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute
9.25.2018
1:16pm
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Termite colonies have been found to thrive and reproduce without males.
by University of Sydney
9.25.2018
1:01pm
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Despite more than 30 phase II clinical trials since 1985, there is no standard chemotherapy or drug regimen for adenoid cystic carcinoma.
by Boston Children's Hospital
9.25.2018
11:59am
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Sleep is vital for adequate functioning across the animal kingdom, but little is known about the physiological mechanisms that regulate it and the reasons for...
by University of Tsukuba
9.25.2018
11:39am
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Persistent lung inflammation may be one possible explanation for why having asthma during childhood increases your risk for developing anxiety later in life.
by Katie Bohn, Penn State
9.25.2018
11:36am
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Organs affected by autoimmune disease could be fighting back by “exhausting” immune cells that cause damage using methods similar to those used by cancer cells...
by University of Pittsburgh
9.25.2018
11:30am
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Scientists from the Institut Pasteur used mice to study the transmission of bacteria by ticks infected with various European and North American species of...
by Institut Pasteur
9.25.2018
11:16am
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UC Davis researchers announce a breakthrough in understanding which cells afford optimal protection against Salmonella infection.
by UC Davis
9.25.2018
11:04am
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Polyploid plants have a duplicate set of chromosomes.
by University of Zurich
9.25.2018
10:20am
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9.25.2018
10:19am
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Scientists have found new evidence that plants owe their rainbow of fruit colors to the different animals that eat them.
by Duke University
9.25.2018
10:12am
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For the first time, scientists have revealed the atomic-level structure of a protein that may be a promising drug target for Alzheimer's and bipolar disorder.
by Van Andel Research Institute
9.25.2018
9:58am
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The world's most widely used weed killer may also be indirectly killing bees.
by University of Texas at Austin
9.25.2018
9:51am
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Genomic "islands" that evolved from viruses can be converted into “drones” that disable Staphylococcus aureus.
by NYU Langone Health
9.25.2018
9:45am
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A new study lends support to the idea that the moons of Mars formed after a large impact on the planet threw large amounts of rock into orbit.
by American Geophysical Union
9.25.2018
9:37am
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Exercise and physical activity are of vast importance to prevent and control the increasing problem of heart disease and stroke.
by American College of Cardiology
9.25.2018
9:28am
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The researchers, led by the University of Cambridge, applied an experimental gene therapy treatment in mice and were able to successfully target and eliminate...
by University of Cambridge
9.24.2018
2:24pm
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Human-caused climate change has exposed national parks to conditions hotter and drier than the rest of the U.S.
by University of California - Berkeley
9.24.2018
1:26pm
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Researchers were able to crash caged populations of the malaria vector mosquito Anopheles gambiae.
by Imperial College London
9.24.2018
1:12pm
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Researchers have identified—for the first time in a human patient—a genetic disorder only previously described in animal models.
by Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
9.24.2018
12:58pm
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Spinal cord stimulation, physical therapy help paralyzed man stand, walk with assistance.
by Rhoda Madson, Mayo Clinic
9.24.2018
12:56pm
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A new study finds that a common painkiller is not effective in controlling chronic pain that sometimes develops following traumatic nerve injury.
by University of Rochester Medical Center
9.24.2018
12:33pm
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Almost everyone knows the feeling. You’re at a restaurant or a holiday meal, and your stomach is telling you it’s full, so logically you know you should stop...
by University of Michigan
9.24.2018
12:28pm
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Astronauts of the future on missions to Mars will have to contend with a major interplanetary, invisible hazard along the 70-million-mile round trip.
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9.24.2018
12:16pm
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Life-threatening events – things like getting mugged or escaping from a fire – can be impossible to forget, even if you make every possible effort.
by Jacek Debiec, The Conversation
9.24.2018
12:03pm
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Tens of thousands of Danes take insulin every day to treat their diabetes. But diabetes is not the only disease on which insulin has an effect.
by University of Copenhagen
9.24.2018
11:48am