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Our microbes’ dirty secret, the next X-ray technology wave, our cellular powerhouses and a win for childhood vaccinations. This week in Abstract Science.
Thanks to a mixture of anecdotal evidence and scientific research, cannabis is seen by many as a useful therapeutic agent. So how medical is medical marijuana?
Gut microbes and eye disease, superbug head lice and the disconnect with GMOs. This week in Abstract Science.
Will the use of artificial bait help conserve American horseshoe crabs and stabilize their populations?
The reproducibility problem with commercial antibodies; the plight of the butterflies; octopus and complex intelligence. This week in Abstract Science.
Recent, sudden limitations on the availability of isoenzyme analysis kits have driven companies to seek out other cell line identification methods. Rising to the top—assays based on genomic DNA sequences.
The Ebola outbreak, one year later. Promising data from a vaccine trial, what we’ve learned from the global health response and how to build a better one. This week in Abstract Science.
Two recent perspectives on the scope and progress of the Comprehensive in vitro Proarrhythmia Assay, which is reshaping cardiac toxicity testing.
These arthropods are found all along the Eastern seaboard, but their numbers are less abundant in New England and New York. Why?
Hepatitis B's global footprint, complications from MERS, and a vaccine paradox. This week in Abstract Science.