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Coronavirus Proteins Move, Change Shape and Vibrate To Get in Our Cells
News   Nov 20, 2020

Researchers have found a strong direct relationship between the rate and intensity of the spikes' vibrations and how readily the virus could penetrate the cell.

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How a Brain Protein Helps Pancreatic Cancer Cells Survive
News   Nov 20, 2020

A recent discovery has lead to promising potential treatments for pancreatic cancer.

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Giant Bacterium Is a Master of Adaptability
News   Nov 20, 2020

Researchers led by the IGB have now discovered the freshwater bacterium, Achromatium oxaliferum lives in places that differ extremely in environmental conditions such as hot springs and ice water.

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Microorganisms in Bed Dust May Benefit Children's Health
News   Nov 20, 2020

Researchers have found a link between microorganisms living in the dust of children's beds and the children's own bacteria. The correlation suggests that microorganisms may reduce a child's risk of developing asthma, allergies and autoimmune diseases later on in life.

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Differing Immune Responses Between Ethnically Divergent Populations Shape Virus Evolution
News   Nov 19, 2020

New research into the HIV-1 virus has shed light on an important factor in virus evolution, which is likely also to affect SARS-CoV-2, that could have important implications for vaccine development.

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Can Memory Manipulation Treat Alcohol Addiction?
News   Nov 19, 2020

Researchers have examined whether the effects of alcohol addiction in the brain could be modified through memory manipulation.

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Removing Food Allergens at the Source
News   Nov 19, 2020

It’s critical to find ways to reduce the suffering caused by food allergies. Food processing already spend a lot of effort to label products so people can avoid items they’re allergic to. But what if we could do better?

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Researchers Conduct Epigenetic Analysis of a 330-Year-Old Poplar Tree
News   Nov 19, 2020

A research team has been trying to understand how epimutations arise in plant genomes, how stable they are across generations, and whether they can affect important plant characteristics.

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Post-Hurricane Monitoring of Antibiotic Resistance in Waterways Reveals Hotspots
News   Nov 19, 2020

Six months after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico and caused some wastewater treatment plants to discharge raw sewage into waterways, researchers looked at the impact on antibiotic resistance in three watersheds.

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Gut Microbes May Contribute to Diabetes Progression
News   Nov 19, 2020

A European study deduced that bacterial changes in the gut that increase the levels of imidazole propionate, the molecule that makes the body's cells resistant to insulin in type 2 diabetes.

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