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Inexpensive Oral Drugs May Help To Treat Fatigue-Inducing Anemias
News   Apr 29, 2021

Researchers have found that the combination of inexpensive oral medications may be able to treat fatigue-inducing anemias caused by chronic diseases and inflammation.

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Hepatitis C Drugs Boost Remdesivir’s Ability To Inhibit SARS-CoV-2 in Cell Culture
News   Apr 29, 2021

Drugs used to treat hepatitis C boosted remdesivir's ability to inhibit SARS-CoV-2 in cell cultures, according to a new study.

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Drug-Finding Tool Identifies Psychedelic-Like Compound That Is Hallucination-Free
News   Apr 28, 2021

A new technology developed by researchers at the University of California Davis promises to fast-track the development of compounds that could exploit psychedelics’ therapeutic action without hallucinogenic side effects.

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UK’s Preference for AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine Has Declined, but Vaccine Confidence Levels Are Up
News   Apr 28, 2021

A new report by researchers including the University of Bristol and King's College London has found that the UK public's preference for the AstraZeneca­–Oxford vaccine has declined since March.

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Rise and Fall of Antibiotic Resistance During Infection Driven by Host Immunity and Rapid Evolution
News   Apr 28, 2021

Scientists have found that rapid bacterial evolution interacts with host immunity to shape both the rise, and fall, of resistance during infection. This study highlights the need to improve understanding of how our immune system works with antibiotics to suppress bacterial infections.

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Chemists Help Chocolatiers Bring Their "A" Game
News   Apr 28, 2021

Researchers have identified two compounds that cause musty, moldy scents in cocoa – work that can help chocolatiers ensure the quality of their products.

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SARS-CoV-2 Makes Sacrifices To Escape Antibodies
News   Apr 28, 2021

Researchers have used computer modeling to reveal that one of the three mutations that make SARS-CoV-2 variant B.1.351 different from the original reduces the virus’ binding to human cells but potentially allows it to escape some antibodies.

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Anesthesia Changes the Rhythm of the Brain
News   Apr 28, 2021

In a uniquely deep and detailed look at how the commonly used anesthetic propofol causes unconsciousness, a study shows that as the drug takes hold in the brain, a wide swath of regions become coordinated by very slow rhythms that maintain a commensurately languid pace of neural activity.

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The Identity Crisis of Alzheimer's Brain Cells
News   Apr 28, 2021

Scientists have grown neurons that resemble brain cells in older patients more accurately than ever before. The neurons, similar to the patients themselves, appear to lose their cellular identity.

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This Computer Tool Predicts the Pronunciation of Lost Words
News   Apr 28, 2021

A new linguistic experiment uses computer-assisted techniques for historical language comparison to show how scholars can predict pronunciations of undocumented words.

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