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Why Exosomes Are Being Explored as Diagnostic and Therapeutic Tools
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In this article, we provide an overview of the biology of exosomes and explore their potential uses as diagnostic and therapeutic tools.

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How Can We Better Classify Neurorehabilitation?
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Neurological disorders affect a significant proportion of the population and approximately 47% of individuals have concurrent mental health issues. How can we better help better recover from these disorders? This review takes a look at the strengths and weaknesses of one classification system.

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A Workforce in Crisis: Combating Healthcare Staff Shortages
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Against the backdrop of a growing demand for healthcare and shrinking healthcare budgets, staff shortages are widespread within health systems across all disciplines. Here, two solutions are highlighted that have been widely discussed to date.

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The Role of the Host Immune Response in COVID-19: Friend or Foe?
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One of the biggest mysteries of the current pandemic is why outcomes from SARS-CoV-2 infection vary so widely between different people. Researchers are searching for clues in the host immune response to the virus.

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Advances in Single-Cell Sequencing and Their Applications
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Here, we describe the latest developments in single-cell sequencing and their applications in diverse fields such as oncology and microbiology.

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How Subliminal Images Impact Your Brain and Behavior
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Subliminal messaging – we’ve all heard about it. But it doesn’t really work, right? New research from Valentin Dragoi’s lab at the University of Texas at Houston suggests that subliminal images can change our brain activity and behavior.

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Probing the Molecules of Life
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We recently interviewed Dr Peter Nemes to learn how his lab is "digging in a goldmine of discoveries" in developmental biology, what the future of MS-based analysis might hold and the challenges that come with probing the molecules of life that only exist for a matter of minutes.

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Humoral vs Cell-Mediated Immunity
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Humoral immunity and cell-mediated immunity are two types of an adaptive immune response that enable the human body to defend itself in a targeted way against harmful agents such as bacteria, viruses and toxins. Whilst there is some overlap between these arms of the immune response - both rely on the functions of lymphoid cells - there are also some important differences.

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Scientific Community Divided Over the Value of COVID-19 Mass Testing
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The expansion of regular targeted testing of asymptomatic individuals in England fueled debate within the scientific community. Supporters of the ambitious project saw it as long overdue and a vital tool to help break chains of SARS-CoV-2 transmission. However, several scientists expressed their concerns about the plans, suggesting that they could create more problems than they solve.

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