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Your Gut Microbiome: The Most Important Organ You’ve Never Heard of

Dr. Erika Ebbel Angle discusses why the gut microbiome is the most important organ you’ve probably never heard of.
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Isolation and Functional Validation of Quiescent Colorectal Cancer Stem Cells With Joseph Regan

Dr. Joseph Regan speaks to Lucy Lawrence and shares information from a recently published protocol for the isolation and functional validation of label-retaining quiescent colorectal cancer stem cells from patient-derived organoids for RNA-seq.
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Bacteria Could Transform Paper Industry Waste Into Useful Products

Scientists are studying how bacteria transform wood-derived compounds into useful chemicals. Harnessing this process could lead to new, eco-friendly biotechnologies.
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No Shortcuts to the Lab of the Future: Employing Life Science Cloud Labs to Free Your Science from the Lab

Speaking at The Laboratory of the Future, Toby Blackburn, Head of Business Development and Strategy from Emerald Cloud Lab presented his talk on cloud computing software and how a cloud lab has changed the way scientists do their work today.
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Delivering the Digital Lab - An AstraZeneca Perspective

Speaking at The Laboratory of the Future, Amrik Mahal, Head of Information Technology for Research at AstraZeneca, presented his talk on AstraZenecas' approach to digitalisation of the lab ecosystem.
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New Insights Into HIV Virus Help To Understand How It Evades Immune Surveillance

Using the CMFC beamline at the Canadian Light Source researchers analyzed the outer proteins on the HIV virus and discovered that an area of one protein acts as a decoy — diverting the immune system’s response towards a false target.
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What Is Monkeypox?

While cases of Monkeypox are being found worldwide, the nature of the disease and the science we currently have available keeps concerns from growing.
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The Most Horrible Parasite: Brain Eating Amoeba

Naegleria fowleri is an amoeba that not only has developed a deadly taste for human brains but is also a match for our defenses and a guest in dramatic headlines. What happens when this monster enters your body?
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SARS-CoV-2 and Food-Borne Diseases in Germany

Mitigation measures taken during the SARS-Cov-2 pandemic in Germany in 2020 differently impacted the occurrence of food-borne infectious diseases, enabling insights into their epidemiology.
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Neurodevelopmental Disorders With Rochelle Hines

In this episode of Teach Me in 10, UNLV neuroscientist Dr. Rochelle Hines joins us to discuss the team’s latest findings, which show that mutations in ARHGEF9 — the gene that codes for collybistin — lead to ID through impaired α2 subunit function.
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