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Infection Makes Mosquitoes Immune to Malaria Parasites
Study highlights the potential of using Wolbachia in malaria control.
Taming Suspect Gene Reverses Schizophrenia-like Abnormalities in Mice
NIH-funded study raises hope for recovery of some adult patients, despite early damage.
NIH Researchers Conduct First Genomic Survey of Human Skin Fungal Diversity
Location on the body surface determines fungal composition with the greatest diversity on feet.
Single-Cell Transfection Tool Enables Added Control for Biological Studies
Northwestern University researchers have developed a new method for delivering molecules into single, targeted cells through temporary holes in the cell surface.
Biomarkers Found for Major Depressive Disorder
New research highlights biological and genetic markers associated with improved response to adjunctive L-Methylfolate in management of depression.
Promedior Presents Encouraging Results from Clinical Study of PRM-151
ATS oral presentation of phase 1b data highlights potential for novel mechanism to treat fibrosis.
Reducing Caloric Intake Delays Nerve Cell Loss
Study points to role of protein in anti-aging benefits of calorie restriction.
Study Suggests Dairy Herd Water Quality Linked to Milk Production
A recently completed study of water supplies on Pennsylvania dairy farms found that about a quarter of those tested had at least one water-quality issue.
Clues to Congenital Heart Disease
Non-inherited mutations in hundreds of genes together account for about 1 in 10 cases of severe congenital heart defects.
New DNA Cattle Test Beefs up Dairy and Meat Quality
A genomics technique developed at Cornell to improve corn can now be used to improve the quality of milk and meat.
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