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More Patients with Ankle Arthritis Are Undergoing Ankle Replacement Surgery

A growing number of patients who suffer severe ankle arthritis are undergoing ankle replacement surgery, enabling them to walk again without pain. Helping drive the trend are new implants and surgical techniques that are improving outcomes.

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Kidney, Kidney Advocacy, Kidney Transplant, IgA Nephropathy, Kilimanjaro, Surgery, Transplant, deceased donor, Living Donor Kidney Transplant, Living Donor, Cellcept, Nephrology, Tanzania, mycophenolate

Two-Time Transplant Recipient Joins Team Set to Climb Mount Kilimanjaro

Calvin Kennedy, a nurse at UAB Hospital, is a two-time kidney transplant recipient who has no plans to live an ordinary life.

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Chemistry, Biochemistry, Immune System, Asthma, Crohn's Disease

Labeling a Bacterial Cell 'Jacket'

A team of researchers from the University of Delaware have discovered how to label and light the sugar backbone of a bacterial cell wall. The findings will advance immune system research.

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Cell Membrane, lipid layer, Nanoscale, lipid molecules, drug membrane interactions, biofuel membrane interactions, antibiotic membrane interactions, Bacillus subtilis, Neutron Scattering, Proteins

Neutrons Provide the First Nanoscale Look at a Living Cell Membrane

A research team from the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has performed the first-ever direct nanoscale examination of a living cell membrane. In doing so, it also resolved a long-standing debate by identifying tiny groupings of lipid molecules that are likely key to the cell’s functioning.

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Can Parents’ Tech Obsessions Contribute to A Child’s Bad Behavior?

Study looks at whether behaviors like whining and tantrums could be related to parents spending too much time on their phones or tablets.

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Polyomavirus, Sv40, Virus, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Microtubules, Kinesin, Viral Infections, Merkel cell carcinoma , Cell Biology

Revealed: How a Virus Tricks Our Cells Into Helping It Build Its Invasion Route

If every cell in our body is a factory, viruses are industrial spies who try to break in and take over. New findings about how one of the most mysterious types of spy – polyomaviruses -- accomplishes this feat could aid the fight against Merkel cell carcinoma, and diseases in organ transplant and cancer patients.

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cotton blight, Cotton, Bacteria, Xanthomonas citri, Plant Pathology

Secret Weapon of Smart Bacteria Tracked To "Sweet Tooth"

Researchers have figured out how a once-defeated bacterium has re-emerged to infect cotton in a battle that could sour much of the Texas and U.S. crop. And it boils down to this: A smart bacteria with a sweet tooth.

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Volcano, Volcanoes, Earth Sciences, Earth Science, Geoscience, Geosciences, Eruptions, X-Ray, X-rays, Synchrotron, Advanced Light Source, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Department Of Energy, LBNL, UC Berkeley, University of California, Berkeley, pumice, Ocean

How X-Rays Helped to Solve Mystery of Floating Rocks

Experiments at Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source have helped scientists to solve a mystery of why some rocks can float for years in the ocean, traveling thousands of miles before sinking.

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Dynamic Watermarking Could Help Solve Security Issues in Connected Vehicles

Working in the Texas A&M’s Cyberphysical Systems Laboratory, Dr. P.R.Kumar, University Distinguished Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, along with graduate students Bharadwaj Satchidanandan and Woo-Hyun Ko, have applied the theory of dynamic watermarking of sensors in autonomous vehicles to prevent malicious attacks.

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Despite Partisanship Surrounding Voter ID, Most Voters Don't Believe It Suppresses Turnout

Most Americans — even average Democrats — do not accept the argument that voter identification laws can suppress voter turnout, according to a new study that includes a University of Kansas professor.







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