Archive: 03/5/2010

A fingerprint for genes

Cells may not have a mouth, but they still need to ingest substances from the external environment. If this process - known as endocytosis - is affected, it can lead to infectious diseases or cardio-vascular ...

Mar 05, 2010
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History's Forgotten Fallen

(PhysOrg.com) -- History researcher conducts ground-breaking investigation into neglected World War I battle.

Mar 05, 2010
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Overfed rats may distort research results

(PhysOrg.com) -- Many laboratory animals are over-fed and under-excercised, and failing to recognize this may lead researchers to misinterpret the results of their experiments, according to a new study by ...

Mar 05, 2010 report
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Stress -- don't let it grind you down

People who are stressed by daily problems or trouble at work seem to be more likely to grind their teeth at night. Researchers writing in BioMed Central's open access journal Head & Face Medicine studied the causes of 'sl ...

Mar 05, 2010
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FDA warning for hand sanitizer in Puerto Rico

(AP) -- Puerto Rico's government sent inspectors across the island Thursday to stop stores from selling locally produced hand sanitizers tainted with a dangerous bacteria.

Mar 05, 2010
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