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Researchers investigate whether muscle pump action systematically changes with age

Researchers investigate whether muscle pump action systematically changes with age

SARS-CoV-2 nucleoprotein can trigger α-synuclein amyloid fibril formation

SARS-CoV-2 nucleoprotein can trigger α-synuclein amyloid fibril formation

Researchers develop a classification scheme for neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder

Researchers develop a classification scheme for neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder

Tapeworm infection drug blocks SARS-CoV-2 damage in the lungs

Tapeworm infection drug blocks SARS-CoV-2 damage in the lungs

HSV-1 infection induces strain-specific transcriptional differences in infected neurons

HSV-1 infection induces strain-specific transcriptional differences in infected neurons

Exposure to endocrine disruptors in utero associated with poorer sperm quality in adulthood

Exposure to endocrine disruptors in utero associated with poorer sperm quality in adulthood

Coronaviruses may be vulnerable to ultrasound vibrations, study suggests

Coronaviruses may be vulnerable to ultrasound vibrations, study suggests

Researchers use 3D printing to create scaffolds for engineered flat brain organoids

Researchers use 3D printing to create scaffolds for engineered flat brain organoids

Synthesis of photocatalytic and antibacterial materials for removing medicines from wastewater

Synthesis of photocatalytic and antibacterial materials for removing medicines from wastewater

HORIBA Medical launches new look blood cell morphology educational newsletter

HORIBA Medical launches new look blood cell morphology educational newsletter

Study provides different characteristics of COVID-19

Study provides different characteristics of COVID-19

New hydrogel-based materials show promise for tissue engineering

New hydrogel-based materials show promise for tissue engineering

Study reveals new routes to potential treatments for chronic inflammatory conditions

Study reveals new routes to potential treatments for chronic inflammatory conditions

Shape of individual Achilles tendon can help identify patients’ susceptibility to injury

Shape of individual Achilles tendon can help identify patients’ susceptibility to injury

Daily caffeine consumption can change the gray matter of the brain

Daily caffeine consumption can change the gray matter of the brain

New discovery revises the ‘text book view’ of cell migration

New discovery revises the ‘text book view’ of cell migration

Study explores how membraneless organelles form and organize themselves

Study explores how membraneless organelles form and organize themselves

Researchers explore the origin of the body axis in animals

Researchers explore the origin of the body axis in animals

CoCID project aims to develop soft X-ray microscope for visualizing cellular origin of diseases

CoCID project aims to develop soft X-ray microscope for visualizing cellular origin of diseases

Study shows why children of obese mothers have propensity to develop metabolic diseases

Study shows why children of obese mothers have propensity to develop metabolic diseases