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Gene signature predicts outcome after spinal cord injury
A system-level analysis of differential gene expression after spinal cord injury in humans and animal models reveals gene signatures that can predict functional recovery.
Media Coverage: September roundup of eLife papers in the news
High-profile news coverage that eLife papers generated in September 2018, including The Times, Xinhua and Quartz.
Jumping genes work together to control programmed deletion in the genome
A family of molecules in single-celled animals called ciliates work together to carry out programmed DNA elimination during reproduction.
Coral bleaching increases disease risk in threatened species
Researchers highlight the need to increase genetic diversity among staghorn corals to prevent further loss in the Florida Reef Tract, US.
New insight on rotavirus mechanics could lead to improved treatments
First-of-its-kind study on rotavirus mechanics could aid in the development of novel treatments against infection.
Prenatal exposure to cannabis impacts sociability of male offspring only
Study reveals sex-specific effects of prenatal cannabinoid exposure on adult offspring and identifies potential new therapeutic strategies.
Pain response in babies’ brains controlled in ‘similar way to adults’
New findings suggest functional connectivity within a specific neural network can help dampen newborn infants’ brain activity in response to pain.
Media Coverage: August roundup of eLife papers in the news
High-profile news coverage that eLife papers generated in August 2018, including Fox News, the Irish Examiner and National Geographic.
Overall burden of tumor genome changes can predict patient outcomes
New study suggests the overall burden of changes that occur within tumor genomes can help predict patient outcomes across a range of cancer types.
Body’s own ‘bomb squad’ can help protect against brain tumors
The discovery of how a protein complex safeguards against certain brain tumors could inform future treatment strategies.
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