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[Research Articles] Combined OX40L and mTOR blockade controls effector T cell activation while preserving Treg reconstitution after transplant
Science Magazine A critical question facing the field of transplantation is how to control... 9 hours
'Handedness' in scale-eating fish
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Transforming wood into food
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Latitudinal trends in shell production cost from the tropics to the poles
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Even when it's sitting in storage, coal threatens human health
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Catching diversity of fish species means more stable income for fishers
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Why some hurricanes linger while other storms die quickly
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3-D printing materials for wound care and decorative elements
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10,000 year-old DNA proves when fish colonialized our lakes
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Climate change challenges the survival of fish across the world
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Life-long blood production depends on hundreds of cells that form prior to birth
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Four US monuments to be scaled back hold artifacts, key habitat
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Compact mobile device for detecting arrhythmia to be retailed soon for consumer use
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Connecting plants and society: The Shenzhen Declaration, a new roadmap for plant sciences
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3-D scans of fossils suggest new fish family tree
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Super-Sticky Robot Clings Underwater Like 'Hitchhiker' Fish
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How do human impacts on wetlands affect animals?
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30,000 hectares of Amazonia to be restored
PHYS.ORG In the next six years, a major initiative will restore 30,000 hectares and approximately 73 million trees in the Brazilian Amazon River basin. The project is a result of a partnership between the Brazilian... 3 days
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Alzheimer's: Targeting ApoE gene may 'stop the disease'
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This robotic ‘remora’ can cling to objects with a force 340 times its own weight
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Hubble discovers a unique type of object in the Solar System
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Space radiation is risky business for the human body
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Equifax breach brings renewed attention to information security vulnerabilities
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End-of-summer Arctic sea ice extent is eighth lowest on record
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