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Highly efficient, low-cost method developed to reduce DNA errors

Moreover, large-scale synthesis of DNA via such replication is a cornerstone of synthetic biology. However, just like the way we write or type an article, this…

New contents: Neuronal Parkinson inclusions are different than expected

Parkinson’s disease is one of the most common neurodegenerative diseases worldwide. This disease is typically accompanied by motor defects such as the tremor…

Mechanism Discovered to Activate the Immune System against Bacteria and Regulate the Microbiome

The microbiome in our intestine plays a vital role in people’s health and the immune system Any lack of balance there has not only been linked to chronic…

Study reveals how ‘microbial axolotl’ repairs itself

Some animals, such as the axolotl salamander, can regrow new body parts in a process that involves the generation of new cells. The damaged cells will die off…

Researchers demonstrate with flatworms and zebrafish: any injury can initiate tissue regeneration

Some animals are naturally capable of something that remains merely an aspiration for humans – restoring lost body parts. In order to understand the mechanisms…

Bacteria acquire resistance from competitors

The frequent and sometimes careless use of antibiotics leads to an increasingly rapid spread of resistance. Hospitals are a particular hot spot for this….

Bio stents increase risk of heart attack

Since the first successful use of a balloon catheter in 1977, researchers worldwide have been searching for the ideal stent for treatment of constricted…

Genome sequence of fuel-producing alga announced

The report, in Genome Announcements, comes after almost seven years of research, according to Dr. Tim Devarenne, AgriLife Research biochemist and principal…

Newly identified cell explosions involved in bacterial secretion and adherence

Membrane vesicles are tiny spheres that develop from bacterial membranes and contain a mixture of proteins, DNA, and RNA. They are important for the virulence…

A Vocabulary of Ancient Peptides

In a recent study published in the journal eLife, the scientists report the identification of 40 ancestral, peptidic fragments, which possibly represent the…

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