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New Study Reveals the Cause of Sensory Changes in Starved State
21-November-2018

Korean researchers have verified the correlation between Animals’ sensory nerve activation and behavioral changes caused by insulin secretion in a feeding state. The result provided a clue to identify the causes of unusual sensory organ changes due to insulin-related metabolic syndrome such as diabetes.

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Contact: Dajung Kim Institution: DGIST(Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology)
 
A protein that makes skin cancer cells more invasive
21-November-2018

Loss of a protein called TRIM29 promotes cancer cell invasion in a common type of skin cancer, suggesting a novel diagnostic marker and a possible therapeutic target.

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Contact: Tyler Tannert Institution: Hokkaido University
 
Amazing New Footage and Photos of a Javan Rhino—One of the World’s Rarest Animals
19-November-2018

Ujung Kulon National Park, Indonesia Releases New Photos and Video of Critically Endangered Species Seldom Seen in the Wild.

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Contact: Administrator Account Institution: ResearchSEA
 
Color vision variation in guppies influences female mate preference.
19-November-2018

A variety of animals have male-specific ornament traits and these ornaments are favored by female choice. Which male traits are preferred by females often varies among females. Genetic mechanisms that create and maintain variations in female preference has been one of the central questions in evolutionary ecology.

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Contact: Ngaroma Riley Institution: Tohoku University
 
Plankton communities warm response to nutrient availability
14-November-2018

Investigating plankton communities' reaction to rising water temperatures may improve modeling of marine ecosystem responses to global warming.

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Contact: Carmen Cecile Denman Institution: King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
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