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The ten studies in this special issue document the substantial and growing burden of dengue in the Americas, Africa and Asia, and the burden of a chikungunya outbreak in India.
Brandeis researchers have made a significant advance in the effort to understand amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) by successfully reversing the toxicity of the mutated protein in the familial type of the disease.
From neurosurgery to bar code readers, lasers have been used in a myriad of applications since they were first introduced in the late 1950's.
In the news release, Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings Announce the First Wide Release of Bob Dylan in Concert - Brandeis University 1963 on Digital, CD & Vinyl Formats, issued 16-Feb-2011 by Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that the new second paragraph should read "Pre-sale information for Bob Dylan In Concert - Brandeis University 1963 may be found via BobDylan.com (the artist's official website) and Facebook." The complete, corrected...
NEW YORK, Feb.
Dengue illness, the most common mosquito-borne viral disease in the world, has expanded from its Southeast Asian origins and is resurgent in countries such as Argentina, Chile and the continental United States.
Discovery of inorganic, semipermeable clay vesicles indicates minerals could have played a key role in the origins of life.
DEERFIELD, Illinios, February 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The first assessment of the total cost of dengue illness in the Americas reveals the economic burden to be approximately $2.1 billion per year, exceeding that from other viral illnesses including human papillomavirus (HPV) and rotavirus.
Itâ€™s just a worm, a tiny soil-dwelling nematode worm â€“ but the implications are big for biomedicine and circadian biology as shown in a recent study authored by University of Nevada, Reno researcher Alexander van der Linden.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a fatal neurodegenerative disease that eventually destroys most motor neurons, causing muscle weakness and atrophy throughout the body.
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