Media Coverage: March roundup of eLife papers in the news

High-profile news coverage that eLife papers generated in March 2023, including Science, and StudyFinds.
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In our latest monthly media coverage roundup, we highlight the top mentions that eLife papers generated in March. You can view the coverage, along with the related research articles, below:

Raghavan et al.’s Research Article, ‘Antibodies to repeat-containing antigens in Plasmodium falciparum are exposure-dependent and short-lived in children in natural malaria infections’, was featured in:

  • Medical Xpress – An age-old battle: Scientists uncover what makes malaria such a wily foe

Moeller et al.’s Research Article, ‘Human and macaque pairs employ different coordination strategies in a transparent decision game,’ was featured in:

Rose et al.’s Research Article, ‘Dating the origin and spread of specialization on human hosts in Aedes aegypti mosquitoes’, was featured in:

Haddad et al.’s Research Article, ‘Fever integrates antimicrobial defences, inflammation control, and tissue repair in a cold-blooded vertebrate’, was featured in:

  • Infosalus (Spain) – Do you have a slight fever? It’s best not to take medication (translated)
  • Pourquoi Docteur (France) – Moderate fever: why taking medicine should not be automatic (translated)
  • Quotidiano Sanità (Italy) – A mild fever helps clear infections faster (translated)
  • ABP Live – Waiting For A Mild Fever To Run Its Course Before Reaching For Medication Helps Clear Infections Faster
  • Niezalezna (Poland) – A mild fever might help you deal with infections faster (translated)
  • Nauka W Polsce (Poland) – A mild fever helps you deal with infections faster (translated)
  • OnMed (Greece) – Why we shouldn’t take medicine to drop fevers (translated)

Pierson Smela et al.’s Research Article, ‘Directed differentiation of human iPSCs to functional ovarian granulosa-like cells via transcription factor overexpression’, was featured in:

  • The Boston Globe – Boston scientists say they’re a step closer to growing human eggs in the lab

Hodel et al.’s Research Article, ‘Associations of genetic and infectious risk factors with coronary heart disease,’ was featured in:

Meissner et al.’s Tools and Resources article, ‘A searchable image resource of Drosophila GAL4 driver expression patterns with single neuron resolution’, was featured in:

  • Scientific Russia – 74,000 Images of the Brain of a Fruit Fly Have Appeared in the Public Domain (translated)

Ahadi et al.’s Research Article, ‘Longitudinal fundus imaging and its genome-wide association analysis provide evidence for a human retinal aging clock’, was featured in:

  • StudyFinds – Retinal scans could be a non-invasive, inexpensive way to track human aging
  • EuroNews (Turkey) – The most accurate way to determine biological age is to scan the retina of the eye (translated)
  • CNN Türk (Turkey) – Research into determining biological age: Retinal scan yields more accurate results (translated)

Gill et al.’s Research Article, ‘Multi-omic rejuvenation of human cells by maturation phase transient reprogramming’, was mentioned in:

  • Inverse – The Cellular Reset: Inside the Scientific Pursuit of a Universal Cure

Tope et al.’s Research Article, ‘The impact of lag time to cancer diagnosis and treatment on clinical outcomes prior to the COVID-19 pandemic: A scoping review of systematic reviews and meta-analyses’, was featured in:

Healio – Standardized methods needed to measure lag time between cancer diagnosis, treatment

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