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A genetic disguise to evade treatment
Genetic changes in some lung cancers allow them to resist traditional treatment strategies and take on the identity of other healthy cells.
A new method enables researchers to test a broader range of models governing how brain dynamics contribute to decision making.
Channeling the gating speed
Computer modelling of a calcium channel sheds new light on the molecular mechanisms behind voltage sensing.
Genetic and biochemical experiments reveal how signals during embryonic development instruct nerve cells to reorient and grow in a different direction.
Doubling down on antibiotic resistance
Combining a last resort antibiotic with an experimental drug punches deadly holes in multi-drug-resistant bacteria.
An ion’s role in ALS
A zinc ion in the protein SOD1 sheds light on why some of the genetic mutations linked to the neurodegenerative disease ALS may have a more detrimental effect.
Testing pain relief in newborns
The number of newborn infants needed to test pain-relieving treatments could be reduced by measuring their brain activity after a gentle poke.
The cost of social status
Rising to the top in baboon society makes alpha males age faster.
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