Archive: 02/17/2011

Skeleton regulates male fertility

Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have discovered that the skeleton acts as a regulator of fertility in male mice through a hormone released by bone, known as osteocalcin.

Feb 17, 2011
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Shining a light on trypanosome reproduction

(PhysOrg.com) -- Compelling visual evidence of sexual reproduction in African trypanosomes, single-celled parasites that cause major human and animal diseases, has been found by researchers from the University ...

Feb 17, 2011
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Children in public housing play outdoors more

Young children living in urban public housing spend more time playing outdoors than other urban children, according to researchers at Rice University, Columbia University and Princeton University.

Feb 17, 2011
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