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Host cells infected with giant viruses behave in a unique manner. To gain deeper insight into the infection mechanism of giant viruses, scientists at Tokyo University of…
New image analysis method for time-lapse microscopy shows how giant viruses infect amoeba
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Concerns about the scarcity of lithium and other materials necessary in the now-ubiquitous lithium-ion batteries have recently driven many researchers to look for…
Potassium-driven rechargeable batteries: An effort towards a more sustainable environment
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The process of photosynthesis is well known but it is a complex phenomenon involving a myriad of proteins. The molecule Chl f, a new type of chlorophyll, is known to…
New study on recently discovered chlorophyll molecule could be key to better solar cells
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In response to environmental changes and nutrient starvation, cells undergo extreme alterations including switching from one type to another and changes in metabolic…
How the rice blast fungus "eats" its own cell wall to launch an attack
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Environmental scientists are always in search of new tools that can better characterize the Earth’s surface. In a new study published in Scientific Reports, a group of…
A recently discovered autoimmune disease is the IgG4-related disease that affects millions and has no known cure. Previous research indicates that T cells and the…
A team of researchers at Chung-Ang University, Korea, has developed a new type of technology for converting static electricity into electrical energy. This technology…
Denoising is a crucial process in devices that produce images, like smartphones and digital cameras. A team of scientists at Dongguk University proposed an upgraded…
The brain's reward pathway causes feelings of happiness but is also involved in behavioral disorders like schizophrenia and addiction. A breakthrough study has now…
Supercapacitors store much less energy than is ideal. To remedy this, a group of scientists from Japan propose using conductive nanodiamond as electrode material in…