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Why the human immune system does not function well in the weightlessness of space

Why the human immune system does not function well in the weightlessness of space

Ubiquitin ligase Rnf6 may be involved in oncogenesis

Ubiquitin ligase Rnf6 may be involved in oncogenesis

Gene responsible for Neuralgic Amyotrophy identified

Gene responsible for Neuralgic Amyotrophy identified

Tumor formation is generated by a complex interaction of both mechanical as well as chemical signals

Tumor formation is generated by a complex interaction of both mechanical as well as chemical signals

Researchers determine the sequence in which the malaria parasite disperses from the red blood cells it infects

Researchers determine the sequence in which the malaria parasite disperses from the red blood cells it infects

Microtubules critical to development of mental disorders

Microtubules critical to development of mental disorders

Researchers gain better understanding of how nerves need to be reconnected after spinal cord injury

Researchers gain better understanding of how nerves need to be reconnected after spinal cord injury

Insights could yield new approaches to nerve regeneration

Insights could yield new approaches to nerve regeneration

New test for cancer, more sensitive than any existing techniques

New test for cancer, more sensitive than any existing techniques

Ultrafast laser detection of cancer cells also may improve understanding of stem cells

Ultrafast laser detection of cancer cells also may improve understanding of stem cells

Genomic DNA provides clues to new advances in cancer diagnostics

Genomic DNA provides clues to new advances in cancer diagnostics

Scientists provide insight into the molecular mechanisms behind Listeria monocytogenes

Scientists provide insight into the molecular mechanisms behind Listeria monocytogenes

Fluorescent colors used to separate cells visually

Fluorescent colors used to separate cells visually

As mobile phone use rises, possibility of unseen biological impact is quietly troubling

As mobile phone use rises, possibility of unseen biological impact is quietly troubling

New direction for spinal cord research

New direction for spinal cord research

Research shows brain cells move like a two-stroke engine

Research shows brain cells move like a two-stroke engine

Chromosomal chaos in early embryonic development is linked to abnormalities in cytokinesis and spindle formation

Chromosomal chaos in early embryonic development is linked to abnormalities in cytokinesis and spindle formation

$11 million for lung injury research

$11 million for lung injury research

Scientist discovers why skin turns leathery

Scientist discovers why skin turns leathery

Second-hand smoke scars and affects healing

Second-hand smoke scars and affects healing