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Increased Growth and Germination Success in Plants following Hydrogen Sulfide Administration
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Increased Growth and Germination Success in Plants following Hydrogen Sulfide Administration

9.9.2013   |   News of Science

This study presents a novel way of enhancing plant growth through the use of a non-petroleum based product.

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Link between mutation and congenital urinary tract defects
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Link between mutation and congenital urinary tract defects

5.9.2013   |   News of Science

Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) and collaborators have identified a genetic mutation that causes congenital malformations of the kidney and urinary tract, a common form of birth defect and the most common cause of kidney failure in children. It is the first time that a specific genetic mutation has been linked to a...

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Delivering a Virus that Gets Rid of House Flies
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Delivering a Virus that Gets Rid of House Flies

2.9.2013   |   News of Science

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists have found an effective method to infect house flies with a virus that stops the flies from reproducing.

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Bacteria used to make a molecular ‘super glue’
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Bacteria used to make a molecular ‘super glue’

19.8.2013   |   News of Science

Scientists have created a molecular super-glue using bacterial proteins. The glue was apparently so strong that it broke the instrument used to measure the strength of the glue.

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Genes Of The Y Chromosome Identified Which Could Be Responsible For Its Association With Coronary Artery Disease
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Genes Of The Y Chromosome Identified Which Could Be Responsible For Its Association With Coronary Artery Disease

12.8.2013   |   News of Science

University of Leicester scientists have discovered a potential genetic contributor to the increased risk of heart disease among men. A team of researchers including clinicians and scientists have made an important step forward in search of the mechanisms underlying increased risk of coronary artery disease in men who carry a particular type of the...

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A biomimetic nanosponge that absorbs pore-forming toxins
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A biomimetic nanosponge that absorbs pore-forming toxins

5.8.2013   |   News of Science

Detoxification treatments such as toxin-targeted anti-virulence therapy offer ways to cleanse the body of virulence factors that are caused by bacterial infections, venomous injuries and biological weaponry. Because existing detoxification platforms such as antisera, monoclonal antibodies, small-molecule inhibitors and molecularly imprinted...

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Insecticide Causes Changes in Honeybee Genes, Research Finds
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Insecticide Causes Changes in Honeybee Genes, Research Finds

22.7.2013   |   News of Science

New research by academics at The University of Nottingham has shown that exposure to a neonicotinoid insecticide causes changes to the genes of the honeybee.

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Gene Mutation Causes Asthma
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Gene Mutation Causes Asthma

17.6.2013   |   News of Science

A team of researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College, Columbia University Medical Center and SUNY Downstate Medical Center have found the cause of a common type of childhood asthma, and it's not rooted in allergens.

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Development of Plum pox virus resistant stone fruits
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Development of Plum pox virus resistant stone fruits

10.6.2013   |   News of Science

Plum pox virus (PPV) causes Sharka disease, the most serious virus disease of stone fruits. PPV is spread from tree to tree by aphids and through infected budwood. Symptoms of plum pox infection include leaf and fruit yellowing, fruit deformation, premature fruit drop, and when in the presence of other Prunus viruses, PPV can cause tree...

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Dog genes offer keys to human disease
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Dog genes offer keys to human disease

27.5.2013   |   News of Science

For Kerstin Lindblad-Toh, of the University of Uppsala in Sweden, news that the European Union (EU) was to provide funding for a project aimed at using research into canine genetics as a kind of ‘fast-track’ to help provide cures for many important human diseases marked the achievement of a long-held ambition.

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