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Have you ever noticed the way water flows around boulders in a fast-moving river, creating areas of stillness and intense motion?
Synthetic biology researchers at Northwestern University, working with partners at Harvard Medical School, have for the first time synthesized ribosomes -- cell structures responsible for generating all proteins and enzymes in our bodies -- from scratch in a test tube.
Scientists at the University of East Anglia have made a major advancement in understanding tissue development that has important implications for cancer.
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Researchers have shown that an ALS-related protein is involved in clearing RNA-containing material that builds up in cells, including neurons.
A new discovery about how cells move inside the body may provide scientists with crucial information about disease mechanisms such as the spread of cancer or the constriction of airways caused by asthma.
Biologists from Indiana University and Montana State University have discovered a striking connection between viruses such as HIV and Ebola and viruses that infect organisms called archaea that grow in volcanic hot springs.
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