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A study says that using hand dryers in public restrooms may blast germs back into the air, then blowing them onto the hands of users and into the air they breathe.
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A new discovery about how dying cells are removed from the body could have an unexpected and important benefit: allowing doctors to rehabilitate a powerful antibiotic now deemed too toxic for human use.
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UC Riverside scientists discover auxin sensing and signaling complex on plant cell surface that explains why leaf epidermal cells have jigsaw puzzle-piece shapes The lab of Zhenbiao Yang, a professor of cell biology at UC Riverside, has made a discovery that helps explain why leaf epidermal cells have jigsaw puzzle-piece shapes.
Voyager Therapeutics seeks an experienced and highly motivated molecular biologist to contribute to its research team.
The five-second rule -- pick up that dropped food on the floor fast if you want to safely eat it -- may have some basis in reality, researchers report.
Dr. Joseph A. Hill, Chief of Cardiology and senior author of the study, and Dr. Zhao Wang, a postdoctoral research fellow and the study's first author.
About 90 percent of cancer deaths are caused by tumors that have spread from their original locations.
DALLAS, March 13, 2014 - Heart attack and stroke are among the most serious threats to health.
An experimental drug may extend the lives of people with certain hard-to-treat forms of leukemia and lymphoma -- without the need for traditional chemotherapy, according to two studies released Wednesday.
Born and raised in Eugene, Julia Harvey got interested in marine biology as a second-grader at Spring Creek School.
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The Pap test has been a routine gynecological procedure for generations of American women.
Scientists who identified a gene that appears to be strongly linked with obesity say their discovery could help efforts to find drug treatments for obesity and diabetes.
By thoroughly mapping a single specialized tissue involved in wood formation, scientists have developed the equivalent of turn-by-turn directions for future plant scientists to understand how plants adapt to the environment and to improve plants' productivity and biofuel potential.
Microarray analysis -- a complex technology commonly used in many applications such as discovering genes, disease diagnosis, drug development and toxicological research -- has just become easier and more user-friendly.
Many people have 'fillers' injected into their facial tissue to give them 'bee-stung lips' or to smooth out their wrinkles.