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July 16, 2024
Researchers extracted, separated and tested glycans from the porcine whipworm in an effort to determine the best way to develop treatments and vaccines.
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Radioactive drugs strike cancer with precision
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Radioactive drugs strike cancer with precision

July 14, 2024

The tumor-seeking radiopharmaceuticals are charting a new course in oncology, with promise for targeted treatments with fewer side effects.

Animals have used bioluminescence to communicate for millions of years
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Animals have used bioluminescence to communicate for millions of years

July 13, 2024

Despite its widespread occurrence, scientists don’t yet know when or where this phenomenon first emerged, or its original function.

Getting to the genetic basis of cardiovascular disease
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Getting to the genetic basis of cardiovascular disease

July 11, 2024

Edwin G. Peña Martínez received a JBC Tabor award for associating the condition with mutations in noncoding sequences.

Microparticles safeguard vitamins and information
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Microparticles safeguard vitamins and information

July 9, 2024

Scientists aim to use nanotechnology to combat malnutrition and improve medical recordkeeping in impoverished parts of the world.

Why AlphaFold 3 needs to be open source
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Why AlphaFold 3 needs to be open source

July 7, 2024

The powerful AI-driven software from DeepMind was released without making its code openly available to scientists.

Summertime can be germy
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Summertime can be germy

July 6, 2024

A microbiologist explains how to avoid getting sick at the barbecue, in the pool or on the trail.

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Beyond microscopy: Mass spec's role in biopsies. Proteomic changes in learning and memory. Mapping mitochondria using mass spec. Read about recent papers on these topics.
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'Simple things can go wrong and cause disease'
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'Simple things can go wrong and cause disease'

July 2, 2024

Cancer biologist Jenny Hogstrom received a JBC Tabor award for her use of organoids to study drug resistance in cancer.

From toxic fungus to soy sauce superstar
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From toxic fungus to soy sauce superstar

June 30, 2024

Today the koji mold is a master fermenter, but it has a checkered past.

Modern plant enzyme partners with surprisingly ancient protein
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Modern plant enzyme partners with surprisingly ancient protein

June 29, 2024

A recent study reveals that a protein responsible for building a key component of modern plant cell walls first emerged in ancient species.

Harnessing a natural plant insecticide for commercial use
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Harnessing a natural plant insecticide for commercial use

June 25, 2024

Researchers in Australia have identified circular peptides, called cyclotides, that affect the formation of cell membranes, causing death or restricted growth.

New study discovers tiny target on RNA to short-circuit inflammation
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New study discovers tiny target on RNA to short-circuit inflammation

June 23, 2024

Paper details high-throughput process for rapid screening, identification of mysterious ‘long non-coding RNA.’

How to control chronic wasting disease
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How to control chronic wasting disease

June 22, 2024

A prion sickness similar to mad cow is spreading rapidly through North America’s deer and elk populations. A veterinary microbiologist discusses the options for keeping it in check.

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