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Increased Public Private Partnerships to Drive Cutting Edge Innovation and Business Growth

Faced with increasing challenges such as costly treatments and treatments that are palliative rather than symptomatic, the global healthcare industry today is gradually transforming itself.
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Genetic links to the seasonal clock

Have trouble with changing seasons? Maybe your genetics are to blame.
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Microbes, mood, and mental health

Everyone has had a “gut feeling”—some liken it to “butterflies” in the stomach before a stressful event, while others deem it a type of intuition—and scientists are bringing this age-old phenomenon into the present-day lab in order to better understand how mental health disorders arise and how they might be treated better.
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“Special K” could offer new hope for treatment-resistant depression

Over the past several decades, the pharmaceutical industry has been abandoning the research and development of treatments for psychiatric disorders, despite the ever-growing need for novel, more efficacious, and better targeted therapeutics.
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3D Spheroid Culture Trends

Three dimensional (3D) cell culture has been an area of increasing interest and relevance across a wide breadth of fields for some time.
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Conscious coupling: The early path to circuit formation in the neocortex

Catapulting human intelligence above all other creatures is the highly precise formation of neuronal circuits in the cerebral cortex. This is not an easy feat since an estimated 16 billion molecularly distinct neurons are packed within the cerebral cortex.
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What are the odds: Picking winners in the race to identify genetic components of gambling disorders

Gambling can have large negative consequences on the social, personal and financial lives of people. Disordered gambling (DB) is a term used to describe people with clinically diagnosed gambling addiction and those with gambling tendencies which trend towards—but don’t yet meet—the clinical threshold for diagnosis.
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The Changing Tides of the In Vitro Diagnostics Market

With the increasing focus in personalized medicine, diagnostics plays a crucial role in patient monitoring.
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Automation Abound at AACC in Atlanta

Discover the latest breakthroughs, trends and products from the AACC Annual Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo.
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The role of dopaminergic neurons in decision making

A crucial element for the survival of animals and humans is learning how to acquire rewarding stimuli—food, sex, and social rewards. While learning is powerful skill, nothing in the world remains the same for long, and learning must be adaptive in order to allow an animal to flexibly survive a changing environment.
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