Monthly Archives: September 2019

Monday, 30th September

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Friday, 27th September

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Sport Has Its Benefits but Do Not Overdo It

A study shows that intensive physical training can harm brain capacity, particularly cognitive control.

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Thursday, 26th September

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Identified: A Protein Essential for Chikungunya Virus Replication

Chikungunya is characterized by high fever and intense joint and muscle pain that can last for several months. The mechanisms of infection of human cells with the virus remain very poorly understood. Led by Ali Amara in collaboration with Marc Lecuit researchers from Inserm, Institut Pasteur, CNRS and Université de Paris have identified a protein that is crucial in order for the virus to replicate within its target cells.

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Wednesday, 25th September

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Disarming a probiotic to improve its benefits

In a recent study, researchers managed to decipher certain pathways by which Escherichia coli Nissle 1917 produces both beneficial and toxic compounds. They then successfully created a modified strain with the same probiotic properties but an unactivated version of the toxin.

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Tuesday, 24th September

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Monday, 23rd September

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Friday, 20th September

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