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phytoplasmas

Elucidating the mystery of phytoplasmas, the ultimate idler bacteria

Basic research and fieldwork go hand-in-hand at the world’s oldest plant pathology laboratory
autism

Untapped region in brain cell offers goldmine of drug targets for...

Discovery could shed light on how genetic mutations lead to the disease
Yeast cells

In defence of pathogenic proteins

Protein deposits in cells, such as those associated with diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's, can also be beneficial – at least for yeast cells,...
solar

X-rays reveal details of plastic solar cell production

Organic photovoltaics: TUM researchers observe molecular processes
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Pitt Team Finds Circadian Rhythm of Genes in Brain Changes with...

Examination of thousands of genes from nearly 150 human brains shows the circadian rhythm of gene activity changes with aging, according to a first-of-its-kind...
Brookhaven

2015’s Top 10 Scientific Advances at Brookhaven National Laboratory

From creating the tiniest drops of primordial particle soup to devising new ways to improve batteries, catalysts, superconductors, and more, scientists at the U.S....
gene

A new twist in genetic switches

Rice University theorists reveal a new mechanism of gene regulation 

Researchers discover molecular rules that govern autoimmune disorders

  An international team led by researchers at UCLA’s Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science and California NanoSystems Institute has identified an unexpectedly...

Even at a molecular level, taking it slow helps us cope...

UC Berkeley scientists have identified a new molecular pathway critical to aging, and confirmed that the process can be manipulated to help make old blood...