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Why Do Some People With COVID-19 Develop Severe Disease?
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New findings by scientists at the National Institutes of Health and their collaborators help explain why some people with COVID-19 develop severe disease. The findings also may provide the first molecular explanation for why more men than women die from COVID-19.

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Redesigning Existing Antibiotics To Outmanoeuver Resistant Bacteria
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Researchers at UC San Francisco are tackling antibiotic resistance using a different approach: redesigning existing antibiotic molecules to evade a bacterium’s resistance mechanisms.

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Ribosomes Undergo a “Molting” Process, Shedding Their Layers
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Maturation of the ribosome is a complex operation. Work by Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) researchers now shows that the 90S precursor of the small 40S subunit undergoes a 'molting' process, during which it progressively discards its outermost components.

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A Real-Time Look at How Viruses Attack at the Single-Cell Level
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A collaboration is on a mission to understand, in visual detail and with mathematical precision, all aspects of viral attack strategies, including how viruses invade host cell protein-making machinery.

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The Y Chromosome – It Does More Than We Thought
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New light is being shed on a little-known role of Y chromosome genes, specific to males, that could explain why men suffer differently than women from various diseases, including COVID-19.

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Variation in Genes Associated With Viral Entry of SARS-CoV-2 Unlikely to Influence Morbidity
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To investigate clinical variability in SARS-CoV-2, a team of researchers surveyed publicly available databases of genomic variants and studied variants across multiple regional and ethnic groups in seven genes known to play roles in viral entry into host cells and recognition of viral RNA in host cells.

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The Coronavirus Outbreak
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On December 31, 2019, the first cases of a novel coronavirus were identified in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. Here, we curate a collection of news and content related to the outbreak.

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Urinary DNA Adductomics: The Next Generation of Omics Technology
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What are DNA adducts? How can we measure them in a non-invasive manner and what can they teach us about human health and disease? This article by Marcus Cooke from the University of South Florida explains all.

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Recent Advances and Applications of Single-Cell Sequencing
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Here, we review the most commonly adopted technologies and workflows available for single-cell sequencing and discuss current research studies adopting such approaches.

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Advances in Cell Line Development for Neurodegenerative Diseases
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Progression in cell line development has served as the foundation for countless discoveries and advancements in biology and biomedicine – in this article, discover how such developments are being applied in neurodegenerative disease research.

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Vital Lessons for the Diagnostics Industry From COVID-19
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While coronavirus has brought together the industry around a common goal, it has also shone a light on the challenges in developing and bringing diagnostic tests to market in exceptional circumstances. It is important that we learn from these challenges so that our industry is better prepared.

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Teach Me in 10
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At Technology Networks we understand the importance of time. That's why we've launched Teach Me in 10 a video series that challenges scientists to present and summarize their research area, a scientific concept, or technology in ten minutes or less.

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