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New study examines how polarity regulators control cellular mechanics in skin

New study examines how polarity regulators control cellular mechanics in skin

Antibiotics can wipe out early flu resistance, study finds

Antibiotics can wipe out early flu resistance, study finds

Large prevention trial launched for people exposed to multidrug-resistant tuberculosis

Large prevention trial launched for people exposed to multidrug-resistant tuberculosis

Study reveals novel indicator of protection against influenza virus infection

Study reveals novel indicator of protection against influenza virus infection

New fabric can harvest body heat to power small wearable microelectronics

New fabric can harvest body heat to power small wearable microelectronics

Johns Hopkins researchers identify molecular causes of necrotizing enterocolitis in preemies

Johns Hopkins researchers identify molecular causes of necrotizing enterocolitis in preemies

Mechanisms that govern HIV latency differ in the gut and blood, finds study

Mechanisms that govern HIV latency differ in the gut and blood, finds study

Researchers use neutrons to explore complex outer surfaces of E.coli

Researchers use neutrons to explore complex outer surfaces of E.coli

Zika virus vaccine shows promise for treatment of fatal glioblastoma

Zika virus vaccine shows promise for treatment of fatal glioblastoma

Researchers report challenges in reducing tetanus mortality

Researchers report challenges in reducing tetanus mortality

Study provides new insights into how the human immune system protects against Ebola infections

Study provides new insights into how the human immune system protects against Ebola infections

Could pathogen infection really lead to Alzheimer’s?

Could pathogen infection really lead to Alzheimer’s?

OIE’s new strategy aims to provide necessary tools to fight antimicrobial resistance more effectively

OIE’s new strategy aims to provide necessary tools to fight antimicrobial resistance more effectively

Controlling heart cells using a laser: an interview with Prof. Konstantin Agladze

Controlling heart cells using a laser: an interview with Prof. Konstantin Agladze

Could prebiotics benefit early life brain development? An interview with Dr Phil Burnet

Could prebiotics benefit early life brain development? An interview with Dr Phil Burnet

UCSF scientists identify eye drop chemical that may reverse cataracts

UCSF scientists identify eye drop chemical that may reverse cataracts

UTMB experts honored with Lifetime Achievement Award for contributions to study of deadly diseases

UTMB experts honored with Lifetime Achievement Award for contributions to study of deadly diseases

Researchers show that vitamin B3 can slow down progression of mitochondrial disease

Researchers show that vitamin B3 can slow down progression of mitochondrial disease

Clinical trials of new drugs to treat most aggressive form of prostate cancer

Clinical trials of new drugs to treat most aggressive form of prostate cancer

Identifying changes in handwriting could lead to early diagnosis of Parkinson's

Identifying changes in handwriting could lead to early diagnosis of Parkinson's