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The evolving field of traumatic brain injury: from ‘punch drunk’ to CTE

In a special series, Alzheimer’s Research & Therapy discusses current insights into chronic traumatic encephalopathy, speaking to several experts in the field

Microsoft Word - fig2 _2_.doc

Podcast transcript: Traumatic brain injury

In a special series, Alzheimer’s Research & Therapy discusses current insights into chronic traumatic encephalopathy, speaking to several experts in the field

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Jean-Michel Molina on pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV prevention

Pre-exposure prophylaxis drugs were approved in the US in 2012. Controversy around their use persists in Europe, as Jean-Michel Molina discusses

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Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic on the biophysics behind stem cell fate and function

Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic discusses the latest in stem cell research and tissue engineering and suggests what the future may hold

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Current Controversies in Psychiatry

BMC Medicine’s Current Controversies in Psychiatry is a collection of articles addressing key challenges in mental health, and focuses on precision medicine to understand vulnerability and specific therapies.

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Sir Alec Jeffreys on DNA fingerprinting

As part of the Investigative Genetics series on DNA fingerprinting, Sir Alec Jeffreys discusses the impact of his discovery of this technique

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Exploring the mysteries of cell geometry

What regulates cell architecture? How does a cell know what size to be? BMC Biology addresses these questions and more in its series on Cell Geometry.

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Soojin Yi discusses surprises in the evolution of epigenetics

Evolutionary biologist Soojin Yi spoke to Biome about the surprising discovery of DNA methylation in nematodes and ciliates

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How does the physical environment affect stem cell fate and function?

A collection of articles in Stem Cell Research & Therapy covers the latest on the biophysical regulation of stem cells in tissue development

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Stephen Goff on retroviral research and Kuan-Teh Jeang’s legacy

Stephen Goff gives the inaugural Kuan-Teh Jeang Memorial Lecture, at Frontiers of Retrovirology, on his research into the silencing of retroviral DNAs