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Monitoring inflammation from within

Inflammation in the gut, whether caused by infection or autoimmunity, is challenging to detect, monitor, and treat. Riglar et al. engineered a strain of Escherichia coli obtained from the gut of a mouse to...

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Exercise and the Hallmarks of Cancer

A wealth of evidence supports an association between regular physical activity (PA) and decreased risk for cancer and cancer mortality. This is clearly an important issue given the growing worldwide incidence of both cancer...

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A composite window into human history

Over the past decade, the ability to recover whole genomes from ancient remains has emerged as a powerful tool for understanding the human past. From a strictly biological perspective, the sequencing of ancient genomes...

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The Celiac Surge

In 2015, gastroenterologist Edwin Liu set to work on a clinical and genetic data set that had been growing for more than 20 years. The data pertained to celiac disease, a lifelong condition involving...

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Deep Brain Stimulation Without Surgery

Deep brain stimulation can improve debilitating, treatment-resistant brain disorders but involves surgically implanting electrodes that often have to penetrate multiple layers of tissue before reaching their targets. In a mouse study published today (June...

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