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A wave of stress facilitates cell migration and more of the latest news from Nature6-July-2012
The cellular migration that occurs in our bodies during early development works on the same principle as the healing of wounds in adulthood: cells move in large monolayer sheets responding to chemical cues. A paper in Nature suggests that there is an additional feedback mechanism at work in cell migration involving physical forces.
Prenatal genetic test that doesn’t need to know who the father is and more of the latest news from Nature4-July-2012
Sequencing of a fetal genome using genetic material found circulating in the mother’s blood is described in Nature this week. Unlike a similar recently reported technique, the approach described this week doesn’t require knowledge of the father’s genetic information.
Neuroscience: Pain in the long run and more of the latest news from Nature1-July-2012
Greater functional connectivity between two brain regions previously implicated in the experience of pain predicts which back-pain patients will still be in pain a year after reporting problems, according to an article published in Nature Neuroscience this week.
The tooth about early hominin diets and more of the latest news from Nature27-June-2012
Analysis of the teeth of a 2-million-year-old hominin known as Australopithecus sediba, a relative of modern humans, reveals that they ate leaves, fruits and bark. The results, reported in Nature this week, suggest that these early hominins lived in a woodland environment.
New drug candidates for treating radiation poisoning and more of the latest news from Nature22-June-2012
Two new drug candidates for treating radiation poisoning are uncovered in a study this week. Hartmut Geiger and colleagues use a genetic screen to identify new regulators of radiation sensitivity in mice and discover that a pathway that controls blood clotting and inflammation unexpectedly provides protection against radiation damage.
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