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A Rapid Genomics Strategy To Trace Coronavirus
News   Dec 10, 2020

Researchers have created a rapid genome sequencing strategy for the coronavirus.

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Scientists Produce a GMO Tomato Enriched With Parkinson’s Drug L-DOPA
News   Dec 10, 2020

Scientists have produced a tomato enriched in the Parkinson’s disease drug L-DOPA in what could become a new, affordable source of one of the world’s essential medicines.

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Critical Molecules That Coronaviruses Hijack To Infect Human Cells Identified
News   Dec 09, 2020

New research has found the molecular processes that COVID-19 viruses use to survive in human cells.

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Lab-Grown Brain Organoids Mimic Genetic Form of Autism's Neural Signatures
News   Dec 09, 2020

Researchers are using brain organoids to further study autism disorders and analyze mutations of the MECP2 gene.

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Poor Oral Hygiene May Result in Metabolic Syndrome
News   Dec 09, 2020

Researchers from Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) identify a novel mechanism by which periodontal disease may cause diabetes.

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High-Speed NanoPCR Technology Developed for Point-of-Care Diagnosis of COVID-19
News   Dec 09, 2020

A new technology that uses nanoPCR has been developed for the diagnosis of COVID-19 within 20 minutes.

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Set of Genes May Be Regulated by Melatonin in Some Types of Tumor
News   Dec 09, 2020

A new study has found that melatonin can regulate a number of genes in many cancers, but mainly in breast cancer.

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Bacterial Infection Can Mimic Mental Illness
News   Dec 09, 2020

A new study has found that individuals suffering from psychiatric disorders were also found to have higher incidences of contracting Bartonella infections on the skin.

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How Lung Bacteria Defend Against Pneumonia
News   Dec 09, 2020

Commensal bacteria confer a prominent protective role against invading bacterial in mucosal surfaces, the major entry port for microbial pathogens. Researchers have shown that probiotics could be an alternative to antibiotics for treating respiratory illnesses.

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Protein Critical for Expansion of Blood Stem Cells Identified
News   Dec 09, 2020

Researchers have identified a protein that is critical for the expansion of typically scarce, life-saving blood stem cells. The discovery may lead to new methods for growing a large quantity of these stem cells, both inside and outside the human body, currently one of the greatest limitations for their use in a variety of medical procedures.

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