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    Study reveals new insight into neurobiological procedures that control medicate related adjustments

    This molecular atlas is”a previously unachieved degree of cellular resolution for cocaine-mediated receptor regulation in this area,” said Day, an associate professor in the UAB Department of Neurobiology. The atlas was only the launch of a significant study, published in the journal Science Advances, which utilized multiple cutting-edge technologies to spell out a more dopamine-induced

    Novel platform has potential to detect many disease-related biomarkers in just one test

    Most conventional molecular diagnostics usually detect only one disease-related biomarker. Fantastic examples are the PCR tests now used to diagnose COVID-19 by detecting a particular sequence from SARS-CoV-2. Such so-called singleplex methods give reliable results because they are”calibrated” to a single biomarker. However, determining whether a patient is infected with a new SARS-CoV-2 version or

    First CRISPR-Cas9-based gene drive cuts and duplicates hereditary components in Arabidopsis plants

    University of California San Diego scientists developed the first CRISPR/Cas9 based gene drive in plants. Their goal is to breed resilient crops that can withstand drought and diseases. Although gene drive technology for insects has been created to stop the spread and transmission of vector-borne diseases like Malaria, scientists in Professor Yunde Zha’s lab along