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image: Week in Review: February 1–5

Week in Review: February 1–5

By | February 5, 2016

Microbiota restoration in C-section babies; timing of circadian clock gene disruption tested; toward improved Zika diagnostics; in situ antibodies in the clinic

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image: Week in Review: January 25–29

Week in Review: January 25–29

By | January 29, 2016

Improving Zika diagnostics; genetics of schizophrenia; spermatogenesis in mice without Y chromosomes; toward animal-free toxicity testing

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image: Week in Review: January 18–22

Week in Review: January 18–22

By | January 22, 2016

Historical account of CRIPSR criticized; ApoE as a transcriptional regulator; Ebola-induced human monoclonal antibodies; yeast mate in wasp guts; PubPeer’s anonymity appeal presses on

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image: Week in Review: January 11–15

Week in Review: January 11–15

By | January 15, 2016

Toward predicting food allergy; effects of fiber on the gut microbiome; repeated blast exposure affects cerebellum; CRISPR patent “interference”

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image: Week in Review: January 4–8

Week in Review: January 4–8

By | January 8, 2016

Lack of data, disclosures in biomedical literature; hominin interbreeding and immunity; predicting patient responses to the flu vax; fewer off-target effects for engineered Cas9 variant

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image: Week in Review: December 14–18

Week in Review: December 14–18

By | December 18, 2015

Camel vaccine against MERS show promise; E. coli keeps evolving in a constant environment; engineered cells treat psoriasis in mice; Congress considers NIH budget boost 

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image: Week in Review: December 7–11

Week in Review: December 7–11

By | December 11, 2015

Effects of experimental brain manipulations questioned; long-lived memory T cells; more GM microbe “kill switches”; CRISPR therapy in a dish

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image: Week in Review: November 23–27

Week in Review: November 23–27

By | November 27, 2015

New mouse interneurons found; epigenetic effects of an antidepressant; defining “high-fat” diets; animal-inspired art  

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image: Week in Review: November 16–20

Week in Review: November 16–20

By | November 20, 2015

Winding down polio research; how the immune system tolerates skin microbes; magnetic protein complex found; FDA approves genetically engineered fish; NIH chimps retiring; more

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image: Week in Review: November 9–13

Week in Review: November 9–13

By | November 13, 2015

Virus-resistant CRISPR crops; neuron-disrupting amyloid-β–targeting therapies; blood-brain barrier breached; how some gut-dwelling microbes enter the bloodstream

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