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Fundamental misunderstanding of cell signaling revealed

In new research that will profoundly impact our understanding of biological processes, Stanford University scientists have discovered that the way cells “talk” to each other is far more complicated and nuanced than previously thought. “Think of cells as musicians in a jazz band,” said the study’s author Markus Covert, whose lab studies complex genetic systems. […]

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Species Extinction Threat Vastly Underestimated

Extinction risks for populations of endangered species are likely being underestimated by as much as 100-fold because of a mathematical “misdiagnosis,” suggests a new study by a University of Colorado at Boulder researcher. CU-Boulder’s Brett Melbourne said current mathematical models used to determine extinction threat, or “red-listed” status, of species worldwide overlook random differences between […]

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