Cells’ Response to SARS-CoV-2 Different from Flu, RSV
Cells’ Response to SARS-CoV-2 Different from Flu, RSV
The host transcriptional signature elicited by the coronavirus appears to be less robust and lacks the induction of key antiviral genes.
Cells’ Response to SARS-CoV-2 Different from Flu, RSV
Cells’ Response to SARS-CoV-2 Different from Flu, RSV

The host transcriptional signature elicited by the coronavirus appears to be less robust and lacks the induction of key antiviral genes.

The host transcriptional signature elicited by the coronavirus appears to be less robust and lacks the induction of key antiviral genes.

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Image of the Day: Flood Protection
Image of the Day: Flood Protection
Catherine Offord | Oct 31, 2018
Aphids induce their host plants to produce tiny hairs that help keep the surfaces water-repellent.
Image of the Day: First Contact
Image of the Day: First Contact
Catherine Offord | Oct 11, 2018
Cryo-electron tomography reveals how Salmonella sets up physical interactions with host cells.
Why Bats Make Such Good Viral Hosts
Why Bats Make Such Good Viral Hosts
Katarina Zimmer | May 31, 2018
The bat version of the STING protein helps dampen the mammals' immune response to infection, researchers have found.
Cooperative Control
Cooperative Control
Sandhya Sekar | Feb 10, 2015
With the help of a virus that infects its prey’s nervous system, a parasitoid wasp coerces a lady beetle to protect its young.
Jumping Hosts
Jumping Hosts
Jef Akst | Jan 30, 2014
A single amino acid change helps a plant pathogen related to the causative agent of the Irish potato famine infect a new host.
Animal Mind Control
Jef Akst | Dec 31, 2011
Examples of parasites that manipulate the behavior of their hosts are not hard to come by, but scientists have only recently begun to understand how they induce such dramatic changes.
Bats Might Be Origin of SARS
Charles Choi(cqchoi@nasw.org) | Sep 29, 2005
Findings suggest winged mammals could spread SARS-like viruses across Asia, Australia and Europe