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Transgenic models are vital to research but generating them takes work—and a considerable number of animals. However, scientists are devising ways to both...
by Regina McEnery, Charles River Laboratories' Eureka blog
9.19.2018
10:01am
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Researchers identified part of the brain that specifically registers when others receive a reward, providing insight into the emotion of envy.
by National Institutes of Natural Sciences
9.19.2018
9:57am
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Cell stress in combination with an altered microbiota in the colon drives tumor growth. Previously, it was assumed that this combination only contributes to...
by Technical University of Munich
9.19.2018
9:32am
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Weight gain trajectories in childhood are related to the composition of oral bacteria of two-year-old children and could serve as an early indicator of obesity.
by Penn State
9.19.2018
9:31am
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Chemists have created fluorescent dyes that function in water and emit colors based on the diameter of circular nanotubes made of carbon and hydrogen.
by University of Oregon
9.19.2018
9:23am
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Researchers have found an antioxidant in green tea to be useful by sneaking its therapeutic RNAs into cells.
by American Chemical Society
9.19.2018
9:16am
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Researchers have produced a comprehensive view of what genes are active in each of the four major tissues of adult worms.
by Princeton University
9.19.2018
9:09am
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Scientists continue to unravel links between body weight and the gut microbiome.
by Sanfort Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute
9.19.2018
9:07am
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New research increases understanding of a mysterious sensory cell located in the olfactory epithelium, the patch of nasal tissue that contains odor-detecting...
by Monell Chemical Senses Center
9.18.2018
2:56pm
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Researchers have developed a smart, flexible photoacoustic imaging technique that may have potential applications in medical diagnostics.
by The Optical Society
9.18.2018
2:36pm
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Researchers found that women who experienced higher levels of trauma and cortisol secretion gave birth to significantly smaller male babies.
by The Mount Sinai Hospital / Mount Sinai School of Medicine
9.18.2018
2:14pm
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The Coca-Cola Company announced it is closely watching the expanding use of a cannabis element in drinks.
by Gillian Flaccus, Associated Press
9.18.2018
2:02pm
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Researchers analyzed how zebrafish are affected in the long term by exposure to silver particles.
by University of the Basque Country
9.18.2018
1:53pm
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The first bacteria introduced into the gut have a lasting impact. With this discovery, science may one day be able to adjust microbiomes to help ward off...
by University of Alberta
9.18.2018
1:39pm
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Based on promising findings, the FDA has approved clinical trials for human patients and several U.S. medical centers have already begun using this therapy to...
by The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
9.18.2018
12:01pm
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People who fall sick with drug-resistant tuberculosis face daunting odds.
by Tamara Bhandari, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
9.18.2018
11:29am
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When recovering from a brain injury, getting back in the swing of things may be more effective than a prolonged period of rest, according to a new study in...
by Columbia University
9.18.2018
11:22am
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While many groups are developing cancer therapies to target proteins and pathways that are highly active in cancer cells, a team of investigators is taking a...
by Brigham and Women's Hospital
9.18.2018
11:07am
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As the eye tracks a bird flying past, the muscles that pan the eyeballs to keep the target in focus set their pace not only on the speed they see, but also on...
by Karl Leif Bates, Duke University
9.18.2018
10:56am
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A new study of traces left on stone mortars in an ancient cemetery in modern-day Israel shows beer may have been with us as far back as 13,000 years ago.
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9.18.2018
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Researchers described a novel approach that was able to stifle the desire for cocaine and protect against an overdose when tested in mice.
by University of Chicago Medical Center
9.18.2018
9:34am
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Expression of a small molecule that silences others increases while a key signaling molecule that helps stem cells make healthy bone decreases as we age.
by Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University
9.18.2018
9:27am
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Ingestion of degrading ocean plastics likely poses a substantial risk to the survival of post-hatchling sea turtles.
by University of Georgia
9.18.2018
9:16am
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Researchers reported the first use of CRISPR genome-wide screening to identify a gene that helps cells resist flavivirus infection.
by UT Southwestern Medical Center
9.18.2018
9:09am
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Researchers have identified compounds that could prevent malaria parasites from being able to infect mosquitoes, halting the spread of disease.
by Imperial College London
9.18.2018
9:00am
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A Rhesus macaque went missing from the New Iberia Research Center, part of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, this past weekend.
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9.18.2018
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A new study uses advanced weather radar and complex screening algorithms to determine the staggering number of birds going one way, and coming back.
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9.17.2018
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Effects from genetic mutations can vary dramatically from individual to individual, making it challenging to predict an individuals future.
by University of Southern California
9.17.2018
3:08pm