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A drug developed to quell urinary tract infections also appears to be a promising treatment for Balamuthia mandrillaris
Drugs designed to resemble pathogen’s cellular targets could prevent infection
Researchers discover how DNA sequences must mutate to free their RNA to make proteins
Innovative treatment designed to treat mitochondrial disease shows promise in a few patients
Detailed internal images of second Asgard microbe reveal components similar to plant and animal cells
Research team identifies chemicals from bacteria that create a brain reward signal when mice run
Researchers altered the DNA of donor T cells to help attack girl’s cancer
The genetic legacy of Denisovans may be shaping the modern immune system of southwest Pacific populations
Balmy ecosystem of mastodons and horseshoe crabs has no analog on modern Earth
Toxoplasma, a common parasite in mammals, increases boldness in several species
Thousands of viruses appear to have stolen the gene-cutting mechanism from bacteria
Reference genomes used to direct the gene editor fail to account for human diversity
Company sponsoring landmark trial will seek partner to keep developing the therapy
Microbial interlopers may set off chain reaction that can suppress immune system and lead to metastasis
People of color tend to “age” faster, resulting in imprecise estimates of the timing of heart disease and diabetes
Pathogen that became embedded in our genome millions of years ago may ward off other viral invaders
Progress flipping the handedness of a key enzyme in protein building may pave the way for mirror-image life
Pachyderms sport more brain cells for their ears alone than humans have for their whole face
Strategy could keep potentially dangerous genes from escaping from genetically modified organisms
This microbe has evolved specialized cells that make it unique among multicellular bacteria
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