Biology

Other cellular structures, including some involved in disease, are also organized by phase separation.
by DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
3:38pm
6.21.2017
An team of scientists has used an X-ray free-electron laser to unravel the structure of an intact virus particle on the atomic level.
by SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
10:46am
6.21.2017
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Scientists have revealed that certain disease-causing bacteria get their resistance genes in a complex process involving bacterial 'sex.'
by Technical University of Denmark
10:14am
6.16.2017
The worm only lives two-to-three weeks and feeds on bacteria.
3:26pm
6.15.2017
Researchers are creating a wireless sensor network that would be able to detect temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide and ammonia levels in real time.
by Boise State University
8:02am
6.15.2017
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A new study suggests that a mosquito-killing fungus could serve as a highly effective biological control mechanism.
by University Of Maryland
10:33am
6.13.2017
Retinas of blast-pressure-exposed animals displayed several pathological changes.
by Elsevier
8:56am
6.9.2017
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Researchers are studying how nature creates three-dimensional CaCO3 inorganic/organic based materials to form seashells and invertebrate exoskeletons.
by New York University
10:03am
6.8.2017
For the first time ever, researchers have measured how fast bats can raise their voice to be heard over noise.
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3:33pm
6.6.2017
Egypt is a promising location for the study of ancient populations.
by Max Planck Society
1:17pm
5.30.2017
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The researchers developed a technique for temporarily removing Tregs from the skin and tested it on mice.
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3:09pm
5.25.2017
The research combines advanced genetic and statistical analyses.
by Indiana University
1:21pm
5.22.2017
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Study highlights the genomic underpinnings that help make the carnivorous bladderwort a ferocious hunter
by University at Buffalo
10:16am
5.16.2017
Plastin provides global connectivity to the cortex underlying the plasma membrane of embryonic cells to facilitate polarisation and cell division.
by National University Of Singapore
10:38am
5.9.2017
Life is controlled by DNA-based circuits.
by Rice University
12:31pm
5.8.2017
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For many years, cancer biologists have taken two distinct approaches to modeling cancer.
by MIT
3:17pm
5.1.2017
L. tarantula uses path integration to return to its burrow.
by FECYT
12:41pm
4.20.2017
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Fungi are a potential goldmine for the production of pharmaceuticals.
by Chalmers University of Technology
10:39am
4.20.2017
The wasps were created to prove that CRISPR gene-slicing technology can be used successfully on the tiny parasitic jewel wasps.
by UC Riverside
11:30am
4.19.2017
A repositioning of the proteins of interest requires a labeling with the green fluorescent protein (GFP).
by University of Basel
1:30pm
4.11.2017
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A seemingly harmless virus could play a role in triggering the onset of certain autoimmune disorders.
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3:08pm
4.10.2017
These findings offer new opportunities for translating this knowledge into fields such as robot vision.
by University of Adelaide
2:30pm
4.6.2017
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Better safety tests could help avoid some of the illnesses caused by E. coli and other harmful bacteria.
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
10:00am
4.5.2017
The researchers sought to better understand how the nascent nerves of re-grown or implanted structures integrate into a host.
by Tufts University
3:29pm
3.30.2017
The team used a new probe called collagen hybridizing peptide (CHP).
by University of Utah
1:14pm
3.22.2017
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The study illustrated the process by which two water-repelling, or hydrophobic, structures come together.
by Princeton University
1:49pm
3.17.2017
Biochemists have seen the light in developing a new way to control biology at the cellular level.
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2:18pm
3.16.2017
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Xenotransplantation is the process of grafting or transplanting organs or tissues to humans from other species.
12:57pm
3.16.2017
Scientists at Purdue University created a new polymer adhesive inspired by the proteins mussels use to stick to rocks
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9:21am
3.14.2017
The study shows that patients can have HIV in the brain even when the disease is kept under control by treatment.
by University College London
12:33pm
3.13.2017
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