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Environmental RNA Reveals Heat Stress in Water Fleas
The eRNA detection method could one day be used to catch early warning signs of distress in wild ecosystems. 
Environmental RNA Reveals Heat Stress in Water Fleas
Environmental RNA Reveals Heat Stress in Water Fleas

The eRNA detection method could one day be used to catch early warning signs of distress in wild ecosystems. 

The eRNA detection method could one day be used to catch early warning signs of distress in wild ecosystems. 

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Using a tiny thermometer, researchers record fluctuations of more than 7 Kelvin in sea slug neurons when a heat-generating mitochondrial process is switched on.
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A guide to recent advances in ultra-low-temperature freezers and accessories that can help safeguard frozen samples
 
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