Wednesday, July 6, 2022


Largest bacterium which is visible to the naked eye discovered

Research that challenges the prevailing view on bacterium cell size discovered Thiomargarita Magnifica - Bacterium, which is the largest, most complex, and visible to the naked eye.

COVID-19 deaths among the elderly may be due to genetic limits on cell division

Study uses a model that virtually examined the relation of T-cell clonal expansion with COVID-19 mortality.

Asteroids can hold life generating molecules

Researchers successfully identified all five nucleobases of DNA and RNA in meteorites

First now-complete sequence of a human genome

Two decades after the Human Genome Project produced the first draft human genome sequence.

First complete, gapless sequence of a human genome

This helps answer basic biology questions about how chromosomes properly segregate and divide.

Study explains how ‘Junk DNA’ could treat PTSD and phobia

It could be the key to extinguishing fear-related memories.

Analyzing the DNA, RNA, and chromatin simultaneously from a single cell

New technology enables an unprecedented glimpse inside single brain cells.

How the mRNA gets its final shape?

mRNA provides a blueprint for proteins.

A polymer-DNA gel that could be used in tissue regeneration and robotics

DNA design brings predictability to polymer gels.

A first unified vision of the full ocean eukaryotic biodiversity

The abyssal world: the last terra in­cog­nita of the Earth sur­face.

A new mechanism for protecting DNA

Discovery offers hope to better understand how diseases like cancer, premature aging can be prevented.

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