Once the Ebola virus (EBOV) gains entry and infects a host cell, a cascade of virally induced events switches the host to production of virus particles, thus propagating the infective process. Although much is known about the pathways involved, some missing steps still need to be uncovered. For this reason, Leung et al. (2015) used EBOV viral Read the rest of this article
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Translating science into practice has benefits for food producers seeking to improve food safety for consumers. Applying a tool like predictive microbiology to a commercial environment could help producers plan work processes effectively with consumer safety in mind. Output from predictive models could predict shelf life and identify control points, for example. However, implementation of Read the rest of this article
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The Silent Music of the Mind: Remembering Oliver Sacks
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Buried at Sea, But Not Dead Yet
Examining the complex cellular metabolic pathways in neurons from patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has uncovered potential areas for therapeutic discovery. Moore et al. (2015) recently demonstrated that the metabolism of amyloid precursor protein (APP), a protein giving rise to the Aβ peptide fragments in amyloid plaque that are hallmarks of the disease, affects another AD Read the rest of this article
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