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The spread of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) from humans to white-tailed deer (WTD) and its ability to transmit from deer to deer raised concerns about the role of WTD in the epidemiology and ecology of the virus. A study found that White-tailed deer may serve a
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Can a cup of coffee with milk have an anti-inflammatory impact on humans? According to a new study from the University of Copenhagen, this is the case. Anti-inflammatory effects in immune cells are doubled when proteins and antioxidants are combined. The researchers intend to investigate the
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New Delhi [India], January 23 (ANI/ATK): The development of technology has given rise to a revolutionary phenomenon that we refer to as Virtual Influencers. As an influencer marketing agency, it's very important to know such types of influencers. They are computerised humanoids that use thei
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The cerebellum, or our little brain, is mainly responsible for our motor skills. Furthermore, the structure is important for behaviour and cognition. The cerebellum is a part of your brain located at the back of your head, just above and behind where your spinal cord connects to your brain i
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New Delhi [India], January 17 (ANI/NewsVoir): Stress has been there since the beginning of the human race, and it will stay until humans walk this planet. It is just that the daily life challenges earlier were not as complicated and competitive as today. The environment was clean, life was b
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Why do cells, and by extension humans, age? The answer may have a lot to do with mitochondria, the organelles that supply cells with energy. Though that idea is not new, direct evidence in human cells had been lacking.
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The difference between humans and chimpanzees lies in only one per cent of their DNA. Human accelerated regions (HARs) are parts of the genome with an unexpected amount of these differences. HARs were stable in mammals for millennia but quickly changed in early humans.
The male reproductive system serves as a hotspot for the emergence of new genes. Perhaps that explains why more new mutations are inherited from fathers than from mothers. It doesn't, however, clarify why older fathers pass on more mutations than younger ones do. The mechanisms that might un
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Researchers have discovered how to modify the function of an enzyme crucial to fat production in fruit flies, which could lead to more effective treatments for cancer and childhood obesity in humans.
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Cats always land on their feet, but what makes them so agile? Their unique sense of balance has more in common with humans than it may appear. Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology are studying cat locomotion to better understand how the spinal cord works to help humans with par
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Insulin is a hormone that is required by humans and many other living things. Its most well-known function is to control sugar metabolism. Much less is known about how insulin-producing cells, and thus insulin secretion, are controlled.
Queen Mary University of London researchers have discovered that zebrafish can provide genetic baz1b clues to the development of social behaviours in humans and domesticated species.