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Media Coverage: April roundup of eLife papers in the news
High-profile news coverage that eLife papers generated in April 2019, including Xinhua, The Scientist and Nature.
Scientists develop new model to describe how bacteria spread in different forms
A unifying theory describing how bacteria spread in the form of swarms and biofilms adds to our understanding of the behaviour of microbial communities.
Evolving alongside viruses impacts susceptibility to future infections
Studies suggest that fruit flies which have co-evolved with viruses have greater genetic variation underlying their susceptibility to future infections.
Mass drug administrations can grant population protection against malaria
New study suggests administering antimalarial drugs to entire populations could help reduce infection so even untreated individuals are protected, but more must be done to ensure sufficient take up.
Media Coverage: March roundup of eLife papers in the news
High-profile news coverage that eLife papers generated in March 2019, including The Atlantic, Nature and United Press International.
Combine data to improve malaria tracking, say scientists
New studies suggest combining data around parasite genetics and human movement can improve malaria transmission mapping, and help with efforts to eliminate the disease in Southern Africa, Bangladesh and other areas.
Scientists shine new light on how cells coordinate eye growth in fish
A new study reveals how two types of stem cells in medaka fish work together during eye development, and suggests a similar strategy could exist in the organs of other animals and plants.
Scientists uncover novel strategy to target common type of cancer
Inhibition of a protein called Werner syndrome helicase could be a novel treatment strategy for cancer patients with microsatellite instability-high tumors.
Model can identify preterm births when ultrasound is unavailable
A mathematical model that uses heel pinprick or cord blood samples from newborns could accurately estimate gestational age in low-resource settings where ultrasound is not available.
eLife announces first release of open-source submission and peer-review platform: Libero Reviewer
New software enables the rapid submission of manuscripts for initial assessment.
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