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I Havent Worn A Bra For Weeks. Is This A Bad Idea?

2020-05-04 09:45:07 UTC

I Havent Worn A Bra For Weeks. Is This A Bad Idea?Experts reveal whether a free-range life during the coronavirus pandemic is good for your breast health.
Read more at Huffpost.com


Seattle Genetics Reports First Quarter 2020 Financial Results

2020-04-30 20:05:57 UTC

Seattle Genetics Reports First Quarter 2020 Financial ResultsBOTHELL, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Seattle Genetics, Inc. (Nasdaq:SGEN) today reported financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2020. The Company also highlighted ADCETRIS (brentuximab vedotin) and PADCEV (enfortumab vedotin-ejfv) commercial and Read more at Businesswire.com


OMG! Im caught up in one class!

2020-05-03 19:24:21 UTC

OMG! Im caught up in one class!Finally, Ive waded through the entire backlog of grading for my genetics class, and have sent every student a personal email stating where they currently stand, what assignments are missing (Im offering amnesty on all the homework), and what they can do to Read more at Freethoughtblogs.com


The impact of antimalarial resistance on the genetic structure of Plasmodium falciparum in the DRC

2020-04-30 00:00:00 UTC

The impact of antimalarial resistance on the genetic structure of Plasmodium falciparum in the DRCThe genome of the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum contains a record of past evolutionary forces. Here, using 2537 parasite sequences from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the authors demonstrate how drug pressure and human movement have shaped the Read more at Nature.com


XCOM 2 Leads Up May's Humble Choice Bundle

2020-05-01 17:00:40 UTC

XCOM 2 Leads Up MayJurassic World Evolution, Warhammer 40,000: Gladius - Relics of War and more available now.
Read more at IGN


South Korea coronavirus reinfections were actually false positives caused by a certain type of test

2020-04-30 19:46:30 UTC

South Korea coronavirus reinfections were actually false positives caused by a certain type of testSouth Korean health officials now say the alleged COVID-19 reinfection cases they found were actually caused by false positive test results, according to the Korea Herald.Nearly 300 people who had contracted and recovered from the disease caused by the novel Read more at Theblaze.com


People Are Using These At-Home Kits to Test For Health Risks, But How Do They Work?

2020-05-01 10:25:56 UTC

People Are Using These At-Home Kits to Test For Health Risks, But How Do They Work?Startups offering at-home testing kits say they've seen "significant increases" in sales since the coronavirus pandemic began
Read more at Rollingstone.com


Applied Biology in Collaboration with University Hospital Ramon y Cajal To Launch a Clinical Study to Identify Genetic Risk to COVID-19 Mortality

2020-05-04 21:56:00 UTC

Applied Biology in Collaboration with University Hospital Ramon y Cajal To Launch a Clinical Study to Identify Genetic Risk to COVID-19 MortalityIn a joint research effort studying the genetics of the androgen receptor in androgenetic alopecia, scientists discover a possible genetic variation that pre-disposes COVID-19 patients to develop severe symptoms. The team led by Andy Goren, MD Medical Researc Read more at Yahoo.com


Hidden symmetry found in chemical kinetic equations

2020-04-30 11:30:32 UTC

Hidden symmetry found in chemical kinetic equationsRice University researchers have discovered a hidden symmetry in the chemical kinetic equations scientists have long used to model and study many of the chemical processes essential for life. Read more at Phys.org


May 2020 Humble Choice Games

2020-05-01 17:00:00 UTC

May 2020 Humble Choice GamesGet ready to catch some dinosaurs and save your team May 2020s Humble Choice selections are here! This months Continue reading The post May 2020 Humble Choice Games appeared first on Humble Bundle Blog. Read more at Humblebundle.com


Smart use of genomic data needed in species conservation

2020-05-04 04:00:00 UTC

Smart use of genomic data needed in species conservationA 'step-change' in conservation is needed in order to help save species from extinction in the future, according to an academic at the University of East Anglia (UEA). Professor of evolutionary genetics Cock van Oosterhout calls for the smart use of genomi Read more at Eurekalert.org


Praxis Precision Medicines Launches with over $100 Million to Advance Pipeline of High Impact Therapies for Brain Disorders

2020-05-04 10:36:13 UTC

Praxis Precision Medicines Launches with over $100 Million to Advance Pipeline of High Impact Therapies for Brain DisordersCAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Praxis Precision Medicines Launches with over $100 Million to Advance Pipeline of High Impact Therapies for Brain Disorders Read more at Businesswire.com


22nd Century Group Completes Successful Non-GMO Very Low Nicotine Content Tobacco Research Field Trials

2020-04-30 18:09:42 UTC

22nd Century Group Completes Successful Non-GMO Very Low Nicotine Content Tobacco Research Field TrialsWILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--22nd Century Group, Inc. (NYSE American: XXII) (22nd Century or the Company), a leading plant biotechnology company focused on reduced nicotine tobacco and hemp/cannabis plant genetics research and development, announ Read more at Businesswire.com


Trump, Lying, Insists There Are Enough Coronavirus Tests For Lawmakers

2020-05-02 17:40:58 UTC

Trump, Lying, Insists There Are Enough Coronavirus Tests For LawmakersThere is tremendous coronavirus testing capacity in Washington, the president tweeted, despite multiple reports of the Senates shortage of tests. Read more at Vanityfair.com


Trumps Plan to Reopen America Involves 3,000 People Dying a Day by June 1

2020-05-04 22:45:39 UTC

Trumps Plan to Reopen America Involves 3,000 People Dying a Day by June 1An internal government document makes a disturbing prediction.
Read more at Vanityfair.com


More Young People with Alzheimers and Dementia: Environmental Toxins Not So Much Genetics to Blame

2020-05-02 16:33:34 UTC

More Young People with Alzheimers and Dementia: Environmental Toxins  Not So Much Genetics  to BlameBy B.N. Frank Its heart-breaking enough when elderly people develop memory-loss conditions. Unfortunately, there are more reports being issued about young people developing them too.... More Young People with Alzheimers and Dementia: Environmental Toxins Read more at Activistpost.com


The Scientist May 2020

2020-05-04 12:01:08 UTC

placeholder imgThe Scientist is a print and digital publication that covers a wide range of topics central to the study of cell and molecular biology, genetics, and other life-science fields. Through innovative print articles, online stories, and multimedia features, the ma Read more at Rlsbb.ru


'No miracle': What explains Bali's low coronavirus cases?

2020-05-02 14:03:46 UTC

Experts, elders give diverse opinions about Indonesian island's 'immunity' - from 'good karma' to wrong diagnosis.
Read more at Al Jazeera English


Litigious OSU cancer researcher earns his 11th retraction

2020-05-01 10:00:00 UTC

Litigious OSU cancer researcher earns his 11th retractionCarlo Croce, the prolific cancer researcher at The Ohio State University (OSU) with a penchant for hiring and then losing lawyers to sue those who displease him, has lost an 11th paper to retraction. Croce, who in addition to the 11 retractions also has t Read more at Retractionwatch.com


Circadian clock control of eIF2{alpha} phosphorylation is necessary for rhythmic translation initiation [Genetics]

2020-04-30 20:18:06 UTC

Circadian clock control of eIF2{alpha} phosphorylation is necessary for rhythmic translation initiation [Genetics]Circadian clock control of mRNA translation, which contributes to the daily cycling of at least 50% of the proteins synthesized in eukaryotic cells, is understudied. We show that the circadian clock in the model fungus Neurospora crassa regulates rhythms in p Read more at Pnas.org



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