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King David's palace? New archaeological evidence uncovered in Judean Shephelah

King David's palace? New archaeological evidence uncovered in Judean Shephelah www.sciencedaily.com 75 TWEETS

Archaeologists have uncovered what they believe may be King David's Palace in the Judean Shephelah. Royal storerooms were also revealed in the joint archaeological excavation of the Hebrew University and the Israel Antiquities Authority at Khirbet Qeiyafa

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Common stem cell in heart and lung development explains adaption for life on land

Common stem cell in heart and lung development explains adaption for life on land www.sciencedaily.com 43 TWEETS

Biologists have known that the co-development of the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems is a recent evolutionary adaption to life outside of water. Researchers show that the pulmonary vasculature develops even in the absence of the lung. Mice in which l

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A bad alliance: Rare immune cells promote food-induced allergic inflammation in the esophagus

A bad alliance: Rare immune cells promote food-induced allergic inflammation in the esophagus www.sciencedaily.com 40 TWEETS

Until recently, how EoE, a food allergy-associated disease, developed was unclear, but a new study shows that a type of rare immune cell and specific reactions to allergenic foods team up -- in a bad way. This association does point to new ways to possibl

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Making big 'Schroedinger cats': Quantum research pushes boundary by testing micro theory for macro objects www.sciencedaily.com 45 TWEETS

Since Erwin Schroedinger's famous 1935 cat thought experiment, physicists around the globe have tried to create large scale systems to test how the rules of quantum mechanics apply to everyday objects. Researchers recently made a significant step forward

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Ancient ice melt unearthed in Antarctic mud: 20-meter sea level rise, five million years ago

Ancient ice melt unearthed in Antarctic mud: 20-meter sea level rise, five million years ago www.sciencedaily.com 141 TWEETS

Global warming five million years ago may have caused parts of Antarctica's large ice sheets to melt and sea levels to rise by approximately 20 meters, scientists report." id="metasummary

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Flip of mitotic spindle has disastrous consequences for epithelial cells

Flip of mitotic spindle has disastrous consequences for epithelial cells www.sciencedaily.com 16 TWEETS

Investigators have used genetics and live cell imaging to illuminate molecular mechanisms that position the cell division machinery in growing tissues." id="metasummary

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Sex chromosome shocker: The 'female' X a key contributor to sperm production

Sex chromosome shocker: The 'female' X a key contributor to sperm production www.sciencedaily.com 30 TWEETS

Painstaking new analysis of the genetic sequence of the X chromosome -- long perceived as the "female" counterpart to the male-associated Y chromosome -- reveals that large portions of the X have evolved to play a specialized role in sperm produ

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One In Five Iraq And Afghanistan Veterans Suffer From PTSD Or Major Depression www.sciencedaily.com 24 TWEETS

Nearly 20 percent of military service members who have returned from Iraq and Afghanistan -- 300,000 in all -- report symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder or major depression, yet only slight more than half have sought treatment. Researchers found a

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"Gift Of The Magi" Bears Anti-Cancer Agents, Researchers Suggest www.sciencedaily.com 4 TWEETS

Researchers have identified a compound in myrrh, one of the gifts presented to Jesus by the Three Wise Men, that they believe could be developed into a potent anticancer agent. The compound, which kills cancer cells in the laboratory, shows particular pro

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Graphene 'onion rings' have delicious potential

Graphene 'onion rings' have delicious potential www.sciencedaily.com 30 TWEETS

Hexagonal graphene "onion rings" are the product of growing two-dimensional carbon in a high-pressure, hydrogen-rich environment." id="metasummary

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Dental research: Gingival stem cells can be used in tissue regeneration

Dental research: Gingival stem cells can be used in tissue regeneration www.sciencedaily.com 58 TWEETS

Gingivae represent a unique soft tissue that serves as a biological barrier to cover the oral cavity side of the maxilla and mandible. Recently, the gingivae were identified as containing mesenchymal stem cells (GMSCs). However, it is unknown whether the

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Microbicide gel: Reduced risk of HIV and herpes infections in women, study shows www.sciencedaily.com 14 TWEETS

Researchers have achieved an important scientific breakthrough in the fight against HIV and genital herpes with a vaginal gel that significantly reduces a woman's risk of being infected with these viruses, according to a ground-breaking safety and effecti

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Neutrinos change flavors while crossing Japan: Findings shed light on why universe is made of matter instead of anti-matter

Neutrinos change flavors while crossing Japan: Findings shed light on why universe is made of matter instead of anti-matter www.sciencedaily.com 38 TWEETS

By shooting a beam of neutrinos through a small slice of the Earth under Japan, physicists say they've caught the particles changing their stripes in new ways. These observations may one day help explain why the universe is made of matter rather than anti

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Nocebo - Placebo www.sciencedaily.com 2 TWEETS

In the strictest sense, a nocebo response is where a drug-trial's subject's symptoms are worsened by the administration of an inert, sham, or dummy (simulator) treatment, called a placebo. In its original application, nocebo had a very specific meaning in

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Tuberculosis genomes recovered from 200-year-old Hungarian mummy www.sciencedaily.com 59 TWEETS

Researchers have recovered tuberculosis (TB) genomes from the lung tissue of a 215-year old mummy using a technique known as metagenomics." id="metasummary

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Missing piece of pediatric cancer puzzle found www.sciencedaily.com 66 TWEETS

Most of the time, it takes decades of accumulating genetic errors for a tumor to develop. While this explains the general occurrence of cancer in adults, it leaves a gap in understanding of the cause of pediatric tumors." id="metasummary

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Potential for MERS coronavirus to spread internationally www.sciencedaily.com 61 TWEETS

The life-threatening MERS coronavirus that has emerged in the Middle East could spread faster and wider during two international mass gatherings involving millions of people in the next few months, according to researchers who describe the most likely pat

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New functions for autoimmune disease 'risk' gene identified www.sciencedaily.com 39 TWEETS

Researchers have identified infection-fighting and inflammation-suppressing functions for a gene associated with human autoimmune disease. The discovery, centered on a gene known as PTPN22, could set into motion new treatment approaches for autoimmune dis

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Purple sunlight eaters: Microorganisms found in salt flats could offer new path to green hydrogen fuel

Purple sunlight eaters: Microorganisms found in salt flats could offer new path to green hydrogen fuel www.sciencedaily.com 103 TWEETS

A protein found in the membranes of ancient microorganisms that live in desert salt flats could offer a new way of using sunlight to generate environmentally friendly hydrogen fuel according to a new study." id="metasummary

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Stem cell discovery furthers research on cell-based therapy and cancer

Stem cell discovery furthers research on cell-based therapy and cancer www.sciencedaily.com 54 TWEETS

Stem-cell researchers have found a key role for a protein called BMI1 that may help scientists direct the development of tissues to replace damaged organs in the human body." id="metasummary

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