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On tumor’s surface, a telltale molecule

On tumor’s surface, a telltale molecule

Yale scientists discern an abnormal sugar that gives cancer cells mobility but also gives them away.

The little white grains that sweeten our cereal at breakfast are usually all we have in mind when we speak of “sugar.” Inside the human body, though, sugar exists in many forms, most of them readily...

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A new class of RNA molecule may help cells decide how and when to grow

A new class of RNA molecule may help cells decide how and when to grow

Two members of a class of tiny RNA molecules discovered only a decade ago have been shown to play a role in the timing of cell differentiation, according to a Yale researcher.Biologist Frank J....

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Et Cetera

Touched by an illusion

Why would multiple real stimuli register as a single stimulus in the brain? A paper published September 18 in the...

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Ro's role in lupus

An estimated 1.5 million Americans suffer from lupus erythematosus, an autoimmune disorder that causes aching joints,...

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