On summer evenings, we try our best to avoid mosquito bites by dousing our skin with bug repellents and lighting citronella candles.
An estimated 100 million to 2 billion human genomes may be sequenced by 2025.
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A second person in Liberia has died from Ebola in the latest resurgence of the deadly disease in the West African nation, an official said Wednesday.
New research is revealing details about how the exoskeleton of a certain type of deep-sea shrimp allows the animal to survive scalding hot waters in hydrothermal vents thousands of feet under water.
Amino acid found in red meat, poultry may improve lymphatic function in diabetes.
The geographic areas where Lyme disease is a bigger danger have grown dramatically, according to a new government study published Wednesday.
The HP D300 Digital Dispenser – available from Tecan – now allows customers to titrate low volumes of biomolecules in aqueous solutions, offering greater flexibility for drug discovery workflows. Users can choose between dispensing DMSO, for small molecule studies, and aqueous solutions in combination with a surfactant, for the investigation of proteins, antibodies, enzymes and nucleic acids.
Many an injury will heal, but the damaged spinal cord is notoriously recalcitrant.
Alzheimer’s disease causes deteriorating changes in the brain. But those changes may be different for people of different races, according to a new study released today.
Chromosomes actively help pull apart and divide animal cells during cytokinesis, according to a new study touted as a breakthrough insight into a fundamental life process.
AMSBIO has announced the availability of ultra specific and extensively validated monoclonal antibodies under the UltraMAB brand. Screening of candidate antibodies against greater than 10,000 human proteins, using a state-of-the-art High Density Protein Microarray Platform, has resulted in the identification of the most specific monoclonal antibodies (UltraMAB antibodies) available for cancer biomarkers and other important diagnostic targets.
A team of international scientists has tracked the love lives of koalas, uncovering some curious behaviours and finding that male koalas make their distinct bellows to avoid confrontation with competitors.
The number of cats, dogs, guinea pigs, hamsters, nonhuman primates and other animals protected by the Animal Welfare Act is down to 834,453, the lowest number in decades, according to the federal agency.