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    1. Biochemistry
    2. Cell Biology

    New gene expression analysis paves way for improved disease diagnosis and treatment

    Study provides new insight on the deficiency of a biological process called oxidative phosphorylation and could aid in future diagnosis and treatment strategies.
  1. eLife welcomes the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation as a new funder-partner

    Leading Swedish research funder joins nonprofit coalition.
    1. Developmental Biology and Stem Cells
    2. Microbiology and Infectious Disease

    New model of newborn gut development reveals crucial role of microbiota

    A new system reproduces the physiology of the immature human intestine, enabling research into a range of host-microbe interactions to understand their role in health and disease.
    1. Human Biology and Medicine
    2. Neuroscience

    Slight electrical brain stimulation strengthens human memory

    Evidence that low-current electrical stimulation can enhance our memory could pave the way for treating patients with chronic memory impairment.
  2. eLife welcomes new Chair of its Early-Career Advisory Group

    The new Chair will help ensure the voice of junior researchers continues to be heard within the organisation.
  3. eLife and Collaborative Knowledge Foundation partner to deliver open-source submission and peer-review platform

    The new platform will help streamline communications between authors, editors and reviewers at all stages of the submission and review process.
  4. eLife supports development of open technology stack for publishing reproducible manuscripts online

    The Reproducible Document Stack will ultimately allow authors to submit their manuscripts in a format that includes embedded code blocks and computed outputs, and for publishers to preserve these assets in an enhanced version of the published online article.
    1. Human Biology and Medicine
    2. Neuroscience

    Intensive workouts boost children’s brains

    A new study reveals that short bursts of high-intensity exercise can improve working memory and cognitive control in children.
    1. Genomics and Evolutionary Biology
    2. Microbiology and Infectious Disease

    Gut microbes influence life expectancy

    Researchers reveal that transplanting gut bacteria from young African turquoise killifish into middle-aged fish increases the longevity of these animals, presenting a potential new intervention to enhance lifespan in other organisms.
    1. Human Biology and Medicine

    Major database mining project seeks to improve drug side effect reporting

    New research shows that while FAERS provides a solid frame for reporting, it also contains redundancies and biases that affect the ability to analyse and interpret the data.

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