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Corset is a method that hierarchically clusters contigs and summarizes read counts for analyzing differential expression in de novo assembled transcriptomes
Changes in the saliva and gut microbiome of two individuals over the course of a year
The Behavioural Pain Scale and Critical Care Pain Observation Tool show the best reliability and consistency for assessing pain in ICU patients.
Global protein expression during regeneration of the Xenopus froglet hindlimb has key differences, when compared to axolotl, that lead to signaling deficiency, failure to retard mitosis, premature chondrocyte differentiation, and failure of dorsoventral axial asymmetry.
The Mediterranean diet is linked to many health benefits, but disparities exist in the definition of this dietary pattern; experts across the globe outline what constitutes a Mediterranean diet, how definitions vary, and ways to study its effects.
Satellite-linked tags were used to track movements and activity space in basking sharks, revealing significant habitat selection for shallow bottom and high primary production.
Urbanization is changing our diet, which may affect our mental health via various pathways. Evolutionary mismatch--the gap between our physiology adapted to traditional life and modernized food environment--is one of the key issues.
The NIH requires investigators to submit de-identified genomic data to dbGaP. This study explores the feasibility of re-contact and finds a small proportion of participants oppose submitting data.
Systematist Townsend Peterson argues that definitions of viral species should be based more firmly on evolutionary data and suggests ways in which the current code should be modernised.
Current EpiPen® needle length may not be adequate for intramuscular delivery of epinephrine in women with food allergies, potentially impacting upon effective treatment of anaphylaxis.
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