• ScienceDaily | 2/26/2020 | Staff
    Much of our knowledge about bile hasn't changed in many decades. It's produced in the liver, stored in our gall bladder and injected into our intestine when we eat, where it breaks down fats in our...
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  • ScienceDaily | 2/6/2020 | Staff
    Recently, a group of researchers from Kumamoto University in Japan set out to assess the proteins involved in meiosis to clarify its development. Using mass spectrometry, the group was able to...
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  • ScienceDaily | 1/24/2020 | Staff
    But the complicated mechanics of this collective cell movement -- which are facilitated by rearrangements between each cell and its neighbors -- have made it challenging for researchers to decipher...
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  • phys.org | 1/25/2020 | Staff
    When we cut our skin, groups of cells rush en masse to the site to heal the wound. But the complicated mechanics of this collective cell movement—which are facilitated by rearrangements between each...
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