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Ovarian Cancer Treatment Proves Effective in Preclinical Model
News   Jun 14, 2021

Preclinical trials of Pb-214-labeled Trastuzumab, a new ovarian cancer treatment, have produced successful results, dramatically limiting tumor growth and decreasing tumor mass.

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Omega-3 Fatty Acid Kills Tumor Cells in Culture
News   Jun 14, 2021

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is an Omega-3 fatty acid that is associated with a reduction in the incidence of cancer. Researchers have discovered the biochemical mechanism that allows DHA to slow tumor development.

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Team Explores How Viruses Evolve
News   Jun 11, 2021

Researchers have studied the structure, assembly and evolution of a "container" composed of a bacterial enzyme.

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Cloud Computing Drives New Studies of Childhood Brain Development
News   Jun 11, 2021

People often think about human behavior in terms of what is happening in the present, but other dimensions of behavior extend over weeks, months, and years.

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Brain "Roadmaps" Reveal Areas Vulnerable to Alzheimer's Disease
News   Jun 11, 2021

A study has shed light on how tau proteins move through the brain and why some areas of the brain are more vulnerable to damage than other areas.

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An Unexpected Source of Vanilla Flavoring
News   Jun 11, 2021

Scientists have devised a novel way of tackling the mounting issue of plastic pollution… by using bacteria to transform plastic waste into vanilla flavoring.

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Night and Day: Animal Studies May Not Translate to Humans Without Time Considerations
News   Jun 11, 2021

A survey of animal studies showed that most behavioral testing is conducted during the day when the nocturnal rodents would normally be at rest.

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Brain Area That Drives Food Craving Identified
News   Jun 11, 2021

New research from scientists at the Universities of Aberdeen and Leicester has identified an area of the brain that drives cravings for protein-rich food.

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Bacteria Hijack Phage of Competitors To Defeat Them
News   Jun 11, 2021

Scientists were able to show for the first time how Pseudomonas bacteria use a self-produced signal molecule to manipulate phages in a competing bacterial strain selectively to defeat their enemy. This targeted control of phages provides entirely new biotechnological and therapeutic approaches.

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"Vegan Spider Silk" Offers Green Alternative to Single-Use Plastics
News   Jun 11, 2021

Researchers have created a plant-based, sustainable, scalable material that could replace single-use plastics in many consumer products.

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