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Image of the Day: Bacterial Flagella

By The Scientist Staff | May 8, 2018

Real-time imaging reveals the formation of the bacterial flagella FlhA ring.

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Cell Biologist Andreas Doncic Dies

By Kerry Grens | May 7, 2018

The young UT Southwestern professor studied cell fate in yeast and was about to publish the first results from his lab.

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Mistletoe Lacks Key Energy-Generating Complex

By Shawna Williams | May 3, 2018

The parasitic plant manages to go without a component of mitochondria found in all other multicellular life forms.

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image: Opinion: Microbial Mind Control—Truth or Scare?

Opinion: Microbial Mind Control—Truth or Scare?

By Katerina Johnson | May 1, 2018

Normal brain function may have evolved to depend on gut microbes and their metabolites.

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Caught on Camera

By The Scientist Staff | May 1, 2018

Selected rare-disease Images of the Day from the-scientist.com

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image: Infographic: Piecing the Cholesterol Puzzle

Infographic: Piecing the Cholesterol Puzzle

By Diana Kwon | May 1, 2018

How a rare disease led to an understanding of the basics of cholesterol regulation.

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How Bacteria Eat Penicillin

By Shawna Williams | April 30, 2018

Scientists work out the specific genes and biochemical steps required for digesting the very drugs designed to kill microbes.

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image: Trailblazing Endocrinologist Neena Schwartz Dies

Trailblazing Endocrinologist Neena Schwartz Dies

By Kerry Grens | April 27, 2018

The reproductive biologist uncovered hormones important for fertility cycles.

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Worms’ Magnetic Sense Questioned

By Abby Olena | April 25, 2018

Unsuccessful attempts to reproduce the results of a 2015 study reporting that C. elegans orient themselves by Earth’s magnetic field spark debate among researchers.

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image: Preterm Labor May Be Sparked by Fetal Immune Reaction

Preterm Labor May Be Sparked by Fetal Immune Reaction

By Ruth Williams | April 25, 2018

Immune cells targeting maternal antigens are abundant in the blood of premature infants, suggesting fetal intolerance of mom may instigate early labor.  

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