Scientists have measured how quickly the signal to commit form of cellular suicide called apoptosis travels.
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Manatees, dolphins and other warm-blooded marine animals can't break down organophosphates due to genetic mutations that occurred long ago.
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Tafenoquine could help prevent the recurring form of malaria, but the drug may also be dangerous for people who have a certain genetic mutation.
New Horizons may have seen a hydrogen wall just past the edge of the solar system, where the solar wind meets the stuff of interstellar space.
Researchers say that they have confirmed CRISPR/Cas9 edits of a heart disease–causing version of a gene, but critics still have doubts.
Defenders of an ice-free inland passage for early Americans make their case.
Injecting a veil of tiny particles into the atmosphere might reduce global warming, but it could also lower crop yields.
Contained clusters of rotavirus and norovirus caused more severe infections in mice than the same viruses working solo.
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