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Diabetes gene at root of wider syndrome3-May-2006
“Gain of function” gene mutations associated with neonatal diabetes are now thought to be responsible for a range of other neurological dysfunctions.
Sensing bacterial infection30-April-2006
New information on the complex interplay between host cells and bacteria during infection is reported in the June issue of Nature Immunology. Three studies provide a new understanding of the relationship between salmonella bacteria and the cells infected.
Better digs benefit behavior: new neurons not required; Old drug finds a new target30-April-2006
Studies in recent years have shown that some brain regions continue to generate new neurons even during adulthood. Scientists have identified a new target for an old drug that has been used to treat tuberculosis for over 50 years.
Climate change: Twentieth century wettest period in northern Pakistan26-April-2006
The last century has seen a dramatic increase in snowfall in central Asia compared to the previous thousand years, according to research published in this week's Nature.
Epidemiology: The best way to tackle a flu pandemic26-April-2006
Rapid treatment and isolation of not just infected cases but also their household contacts will be the key elements of an effective strategy to beat a future influenza pandemic, report researchers who have simulated the spread of such an outbreak in both Great Britain and the United States.
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