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Newswise: Zhang group identifies gene that may make triple-negative breast cancer cells vulnerable to existing drug

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Zhang group identifies gene that may make triple-negative breast cancer cells vulnerable to existing drug

University of Notre Dame

A new study by University of Notre Dame researcher Siyuan Zhang and collaborators, published in Nature Communications, shows that an existing, FDA-approved drug that treats other types of breast cancer may work for TNBC.

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Newswise: Buying local? Higher price means higher quality in consumers' minds

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Buying local? Higher price means higher quality in consumers' minds

Indiana University

Why are we willing to pay much more for a six pack of craft beer, a locally produced bottle of wine or a regional brand item, often choosing them over national brands? It's because when people prefer to "buy local," they more frequently base their decisions on price as a perception of quality, according to research from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business and three other universities.

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Article ID: 716252

North Carolina coastal flooding is worsening with climate change, population growth

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

A historic 120-year-old data set is allowing researchers to confirm what data modeling systems have been predicting about climate change: Climate change is increasing precipitation events like hurricanes, tropical storms and floods.

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Article ID: 716244

Putting the brakes on lateral root development

Washington University in St. Louis

Biologists discovered a cellular transporter that links two of the most powerful hormones in plant development — auxin and cytokinin — and shows how they regulate root initiation and progression. Understanding why and how plants make different types of root architectures can help develop plants that better cope with distinct soil conditions and environments.

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Article ID: 716250

Estudo mostra vantagens para cirurgia de incontinência urinária de esforço

Mayo Clinic

Uma das cirurgias mais realizadas para tratar a incontinência urinária de esforço em mulheres pode ter melhores resultados a longo prazo do que outra técnica cirúrgica comum, de acordo com um estudo conduzido por pesquisadores da Mayo Clinic.

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Newswise: First Impressions Go a Long Way in the Immune System

Article ID: 716260

First Impressions Go a Long Way in the Immune System

Weizmann Institute of Science

When immune cells and bacteria meet, the outcome is decided fairly quickly – including whether the bacteria will lie dormant, as in diseases like tuberculosis. Now, Weizmann Institute scientists have developed an algorithm that predicts how the immune system will respond to a pathogen, thus leading to early diagnosis for infectious diseases.

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