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Neepawa :: Canada | 3 hours ago

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Is modern agriculture's hold on nature becoming a death grip? by Larry Powell   This summer, the tragedy of dying pollinators took on a new dimension. (1)<

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Tōkyō :: Japan | 29 days ago

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It was hailed as a fast, easy, inexpensive and uncontroversial way to produce stem cells . Scientists took a skin cell and coaxed it into acting like an embryo, producing embryonic-like stem cells that could theoretically be turned into any cell in

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Thiruvananthapuram :: India | 1 month ago

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The researchers found a highly predictive barcode in the genetic sequence of the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. "Our work represents a breakthrough in the genetic barcoding of P falciparum as it reveals very specific and accurate sequences

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Thiruvananthapuram :: India | 1 month ago

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Dr. Carola Hunte has succeeded in describing how the antimalarial drug atovaquone binds to its target protein. The scientists used x-ray crystallography to determine the three-dimensional structure of the protein with the active substance bound. The

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Thiruvananthapuram :: India | 5 months ago

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The protein, AP2-G, is necessary for activating a set of genes that initiate the development of gametocytes -- the only forms that are infectious to mosquitos. The research also gives important clues for identifying the underlying mechanisms that

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Tōkyō :: Japan | 5 months ago

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Doubts keep growing about the stunning discovery that super stem cells could be created merely by placing white blood cells from young mice in acid or otherwise stressing them, says Paul Knoepfler , a stem cell researcher at UC Davis...One image

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Thiruvananthapuram :: India | 5 months ago

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Until recently, the closest genetic relatives of human P. vivax were found only in Asian macaques, leading researchers to believe that P. vivax originated in Asia. The study, led by researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University

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Brisbane :: Australia | 7 months ago

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AN Achilles' heel in the malaria parasite has been identified that could be targeted to stop the organism spreading and multiplying. The early research may lead to new effective drug treatments for malaria, which kills more than a million people a

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Singapore :: Singapore | 8 months ago

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With this new knowledge, the scientists from Singapore's Nanyang Technological University (NTU) are looking to collaborate with the industry on a vaccine against Malaria which can be developed within the next five years if accelerated by vaccine

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Thiruvananthapuram :: India | 8 months ago

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A new study has suggested that aging is not just about weakening and dying, instead in nature the phenomenon of ageing shows an unexpected diversity of patterns and is altogether rather strange. Researchers from The University of Southern Denmark

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