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Study examines the role of deep-sea microbial predators at hydrothermal vents

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: A view of the Apollo Vent Field at the northern Gorda Ridge, where samples were collected by…

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Add fatty acid to taste

Fitness & Health: A new method developed by Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) and University of California, Riverside provides new…

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A new avenue for fighting drug-resistant bacteria

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: INRS Professor Charles Dozois, specialist in microbiology and immunology and the identification and characterization of bacterial genes…

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Match matters: The right combination of parents can turn a gene off indefinitely

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Researchers from UMD found that the same gene for expressing a red fluorescent protein is always expressed…

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Computer-assisted Biology: Decoding Noisy Data to Predict Cell Growth

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Researchers at The University of Tokyo Institute of Industrial Science use artificial intelligence to predict the size…

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More ancestral enzyme

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: These molecules commonly contain the indicated [Fe-S] cluster, and consist of four distinct domains 1 (yellow), 2…

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New signaling pathway could shed light on damage repair during brain injury

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Fruit fly neurons view more  Credit: Torsten Bossing, University of Plymouth Most human cells are able to…

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More filling? Tastes great? How flies, and maybe people, choose their food

Fitness & Health: Flies have discriminating taste. Like a gourmet perusing a menu, they spend much of their time seeking…

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Belowground microbial solutions to aboveground plant problems

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Priority to microbiota-induced plant growth over defense, under low light conditions. Image created with BioRender. view…

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Microbes in cow stomachs can break down plastic

Fitness & Health: Plastic is notoriously hard to break down, but researchers in Austria have found that bacteria from a…

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