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Nature Research 6h
A decade-long study of adeno-associated virus gene therapy in haemophilic dogs found genomic changes that may increase the risk of liver cancer, according to a Nature Biotechnology paper. The findings suggest more research is necessary.
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Nature Research 8h
A paper reports the first known example of biomineral body armour discovered in the insect world. The discovery of the armour in a species of leaf-cutter ant could have implications for our understanding of the evolution of armour.
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Nature Research 11h
A study in found molecular fossils extracted from 635-million-year-old rocks are common algae. The findings have implications for the understanding of evolution.
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Nature Research 17h
Many children are willing to make personal sacrifices to punish wrongdoers and even more so if they believe punishment will teach the transgressor a lesson, according to a study in .
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Nature Research 18h
A study in forecasts rates of new cases for COVID-19 under different social distancing norms and finds that if social distancing is eliminated there will be a massive increase in the cases of COVID-19.
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Nature Research Nov 26
An overview of the various editorial collaborations involved in preparing a manuscript for publication, from peer review through to art editors who work with editors and authors to create clear graphics. Learn more:
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Nature Research Nov 26
A Review in discusses how genomics has transformed our understanding of blood pressure regulation and hypertension.
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Nature Research Nov 26
According to a report published in , the genus Oscillospira and the family Coriobacteriaceae are associated with good metabolic health in the overweight and obese populations.
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Nature Research Nov 26
Stay informed on the latest science research with Nature and Nature Research Journals. Save 25% on new subscriptions today and get a $/€/£ 25 Springer Shop Gift Card. This CyberDeal ends December 1.
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Nature Research Nov 26
According to Research published in , blood type may play a role in the severity of COVID-19.
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Nature Research Nov 26
Pseudomonas aeruginosa shows high diversity and plasticity, which enables it to succeed in cystic fibrosis airways. A Review in highlights genomic and phenotypic adaptation of P. aeruginosa and the implications for infection management.
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Prof Francois Balloux Nov 25
Paper out in Nature Comms. We developed a framework to analyse the contribution of mutations to the virus' transmissibility. We applied it to nearly 50k genomes and we found none (zero, zilch, nada) that increases transmission! 1/
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Nature Research Nov 25
A study in shows that the preclinical phase of Alzheimer’s disease may in fact be a relatively late manifestation of a much earlier pathogenic and targetable process of seed formation and propagation.
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Nature Research Nov 25
A Review in details the major physicochemical properties and functional characteristics of dietary fibres, the importance of dietary fibres and current evidence for their use in the management of gastrointestinal disorders.
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Nature Research Nov 25
After ten hours of mandatory social isolation, people tend to experience social craving and increased brain responses to images of social interactions, suggests a study published in Nature Neuroscience.
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Nature Research Nov 25
Research published in found that greater glider populations are morphologically and genetically distinct and should be separated into three different species: Petauroides minor, Petauroides armillatus and Petauroides volans.
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Nature Research Nov 25
A study in finds no evidence at this stage for significantly more transmissible lineages of SARS-CoV-2 due to recurrent mutations.
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Nature Research Nov 24
Less-intrusive, non-pharmaceutical interventions to limit the spread of COVID-19 may be just as effective in slowing transmission as more intrusive solutions, such as lockdowns, according to paper.
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Nature Research Nov 24
A paper published in presents Biomedisa, a biomedical image segmentation app which is free to use and creates large volumetric images that reveal constituent parts of complex organisms and structures, big or small.
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Nature Research Nov 24
Glycine - the simplest amino acid and an important building block of life - can form under harsh conditions that govern chemistry in space, according to a study published in .
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