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By Editage Insight... | June 15, 2017
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Bacteria from cystic fibrosis shows promise in thwarting antibiotic-resistant TB
Antibiotic-resistant tuberculosis is a global threat. It is estimated that by 2040, more than a third of all TB cases in Russia will show resistance to the primary drugs used for treating the disease...
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By Editage Insight... | June 13, 2017
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Mapping the DNA damage caused by smoking cigarettes
A research team headed by Nobel laureate Aziz Sancar, MD, PhD, the Sarah Graham Kenan Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics at UNC's School of Medicine has created a method that maps DNA damage...
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By Editage Insight... | May 31, 2017
Under Earth and Planetary Science | 981 Views
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How climate change can affect sleep
Sleep is extremely important for humans to remain healthy. Nick Obradovich, a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and a research scientist at the MIT Media Lab, conducted a...
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By Editage Insight... | May 31, 2017
Under Psychology and Neuroscience | 976 Views
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The brain can detect diseases in others using different senses
In a study led by study researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden, it was found that the human brain is more developed at detecting diseases in others and avoiding the disease than previously...
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By Editage Insight... | May 24, 2017
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Researchers develop functional 3-D ovaries that can produce offspring
Can you imagine 3-D printed ovaries that can produce offspring? Researchers at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and McCormick School of Engineering have made this possible by...
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By Editage Insight... | May 19, 2017
Under Plant and Animal Science | 776 Views
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Injured plants send chemical signals to neighboring plants
Harsh Bais, a botanist at the University of Delaware, and a high school student collaborated to understand how plants behave when they feel threatened. They studied about a thousand Arabidopsis...
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By Editage Insight... | May 17, 2017
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Ebola virus leaves a retinal scar in survivors
Two years back, the Ebola virus had affected large populations in West Africa. Some of the survivors of the Ebola virus disease continue to experience symptoms of post-Ebola syndrome (PES) such as...
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By Editage Insight... | May 09, 2017
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New tool can detect and diagnose metastatic melanoma accurately
Researchers detect melanoma or skin cancer by selecting homogenous cells that are of uniform size and shape as these are easier to detect any irregularities. Moreover, they predominantly use those...
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By Editage Insight... | May 09, 2017
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Rice-based baby food found to have illegal levels of arsenic
Rice and rice-based products are commonly given to babies who have been weaned of breast milk as well as young children under the age of five, since rice is nutritious and these products are easily...
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By Editage Insight... | April 19, 2017
Under Earth and Planetary Science | 1,375 Views
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The Milky Way has a hydrogen veil
While it is known that a large bulk of the mass of our galaxy lies in the dark matter i.e. matter that does not emit any electromagnetic radiation of any kind, until now it has been difficult to...

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