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INDIGO BIOSCIENCES EXPANDS PRECLINICAL PORTFOLIO FOR ANEMIA AND ONCOLOGY RESEARCH

Erythropoietin Receptor Assay Targets Red Blood Cell Development and Production State College, PA - INDIGO Biosciences, the recognized...

EYE-COLOR AND TYPE-2 DIABETES PHENOTYPE PREDICTION FROM GENOTYPE DATA USING DEEP LEARNING METHODS

Genotype-phenotype predictions are of great importance in genetics. These predictions can help to find genetic mutations causing variations...

 
 
 
Gender-affirming hormone therapy tied to changes in BP

GENDER-AFFIRMING HORMONE THERAPY TIED TO CHANGES IN BP

Gender-affirming hormone therapy may cause a decrease in mean systolic BP in transgender women and an increase in mean systolic BP...

MODELING TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION USING GENE REGULATORY NETWORKS BASED ON MULTI-OMICS DATA SOURCES

Transcriptional regulation is complex, requiring multiple cis and trans acting mechanisms working in concert to drive gene expression,...

 
 
 

STONE AGE BLACK BEARS DIDN'T JUST DEFECATE IN THE WOODS - THEY DID IT IN A CAVE TOO

Scientists have sequenced ancient DNA from soil for the first time and the advance will transform what is known about everything from...

HUMAN LAND-USE AND CLIMATE CHANGE WILL HAVE SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON ANIMAL GENETIC DIVERSITY

Researchers have made the first ever global assessment map of how future climate and land-use change impacts genetic diversity in mammals....

 
 
 
Industry-funded study of the week: avocados again and again

INDUSTRY-FUNDED STUDY OF THE WEEK: AVOCADOS AGAIN AND AGAIN

You might not think that avocados need any special sales efforts, but the Haas Avocado marketers are particularly aggressive in funding...

With A Few Pulleys, You Can Winch Yourself Backwards

WITH A FEW PULLEYS, YOU CAN WINCH YOURSELF BACKWARDS

I've been doing a fair amount of winch research lately, and one thing I've always kind of wondered about is winching your truck backwards...

 
 
 
Selfie Culture: What Your Choice of Camera Angle Says About You

SELFIE CULTURE: WHAT YOUR CHOICE OF CAMERA ANGLE SAYS ABOUT YOU

Over the past decade, selfies have become a mainstay of popular culture. If the selfie hashtag first appeared in 2004 , it was the...

HOW BRAIN TUMORS TURN IMMUNE CELLS INTO CANCER-GROWING HOSTAGES

Researchers discover that brain cancer tumors reprogram immune cells to help them grow, rather than suppress them.

 
 
 

A NOVEL POLYCULTURE GROWTH MODEL OF NATIVE MICROALGAL COMMUNITIES TO ESTIMATE BIOMASS PRODUCTIVITY FOR BIOFUEL PRODUCTION

Abstract Native polyculture microalgae is a promising scheme to produce microalgal biomass as biofuel feedstock in an open raceway...

ATOMIC-LEVEL INSIGHTS GAINED FOR A KEY LIPID-BINDING PROTEIN IMPLICATED IN CANCER 

Scientists at Sanford Burnham Prebys have identified, at an atomic level, how a part of a protein called PLEKHA7 interacts with a cell's...

 
 
 
Gene drug could help erection nerves regrow after prostate cancer surgery, rat study finds

GENE DRUG COULD HELP ERECTION NERVES REGROW AFTER PROSTATE CANCER SURGERY, RAT STUDY FINDS

Research by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York found that blocking a gene that slows down nerve recovery could restore...

Audio-only prenatal visits increase attendance, but not adverse outcomes

AUDIO-ONLY PRENATAL VISITS INCREASE ATTENDANCE, BUT NOT ADVERSE OUTCOMES

Researchers observed a higher attendance rate for prenatal visits and similar perinatal outcomes among patients who delivered at a...

 
 
 
Researchers recover video footage from a wolf's collar

RESEARCHERS RECOVER VIDEO FOOTAGE FROM A WOLF'S COLLAR

Researchers at the Voyageurs Wolf Project have shared the first-ever video footage from a collar placed on a wild wolf. The video shows...

A Library in South Korea and a School in Mozambique: 10 Unbuilt Projects Submitted to Archdaily

A LIBRARY IN SOUTH KOREA AND A SCHOOL IN MOZAMBIQUE: 10 UNBUILT PROJECTS SUBMITTED TO ARCHDAILY

The Nature Gate. Image © OneArt studio This week's curated selection of the Best Unbuilt Architecture focuses on projects related to...

 
 
 
‘Sometimes less is better:' Study looks at treatment of breast cancer patients over 70

‘SOMETIMES LESS IS BETTER:' STUDY LOOKS AT TREATMENT OF BREAST CANCER PATIENTS OVER 70

Researchers at UPMC Hillman Cancer Center revealed the results.

RESEARCHERS REVIEW TRACEBACK INVESTIGATIONS FOR THE DEADLY ROMAINE OUTBREAKS

The current edition of The Journal of Food Protection reports on another study into three outbreaks involving romaine lettuce contaminated...

 
 
 

RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE RARE-EARTH MAGNETS INGESTION: A SINGLE-CENTER EXPERIENCE FROM CHINA

The aim of this study was to characterize patients who ingested multiple rare-earth magnets, reveal the harm of rare-earth magnet foreign...

‘SMART BULLIES' EMERGE IN UNIVERSITIES IN NEW WORKPLACE TREND

New research has found a new trend that involves university staff bullying their bosses has emerged as a bigger problem than bosses...