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Research identifies potential role of ‘junk DNA’ sequence in aging, cancer

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Jiyue Zhu (second from left) talks to members of his research team inside his laboratory on the…

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DeepMind and EMBL release the most complete database of predicted 3D structures of human proteins

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Protein structures to represent the data obtained via AlphaFold view more  Credit: Karen Arnott/EMBL-EBI LONDON, 22 July…

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Coffee doesn’t raise your risk for heart rhythm problems

Fitness & Health: In the largest study of its kind, an investigation by UC San Francisco has found no evidence…

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Novel coronavirus discovered in British bats

Fitness & Health: A coronavirus related to the virus that causes Covid-19 in humans has been found in UK horseshoe…

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SUV39H2: A direct genetic link to autism spectrum disorders

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: H3K9 methylation levels in the cerebellum were lower in the Suv39h2-deficient mice than in control mice controls.…

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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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Common COVID-19 antibiotic no more effective than placebo

Fitness & Health: A UC San Francisco study has found that the antibiotic azithromycin was no more effective than a…

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How a butterfly tree becomes a web

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Gene flow between species is indicated with dotted blue lines. Below: Butterflies of two different species (Heliconius…

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New Sinai Health research finds common denominator linking all cancers

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute scientists Joel Pearson, left, and Rod Bremner, right, divided all cancers into two groups,…

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Figure 2. Mutant AIOLOS interfere with IKAROS via heterodimers –Heteromeric interference.

Fitness & Health: IMAGE: The transcription factors IKAROS and AIOLOS (named after Greek mythology characters) regulate lymphocyte development. According to Greek…

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