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Are vsRNA regulating replication beyond DENV 2? [Biological Sc...

Are viral small RNA regulating Dengue virus replication beyond serotype 2? An article in PNAS by Hussain and Asgari (1) suggests that a viral small RNA (vsRNA) from the 3′ UTR of the Dengue virus (DENV) genome is important for the autoregulation ... PNAS, 5 days ago

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National Geographic

Feathery Fossil Sets Record

Early last week, in the pages of PNAS , paleontologist Dan Ksepka unveiled one of the largest dinosaurs ever to fly. With a 21 foot wingspan, the 25 million year old Pelagornis sandersi was a pseudotoothed , albatross-like bird that would dwarf any ...
 National Geographic1 week ago
Eco-Business

Take action to avoid an ocean of plastic

On Monday June 30 the prestigious journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) published a scientific paper , led by Andrés Cozar from the University of Cádiz (Spain) and co-authored by one of us, C.D., which resulted from the ...
 Eco-Business1 week ago Everything you know about Facebooks mood experiment is just the beginning  Big News Network2 weeks ago PNAS now expressing concern over Facebook emotional study  Atomic3 weeks ago Could you free yourself of Facebook?  Salon2 weeks ago
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Chemist+Druggist

A fresh approach to PNAs is essential

Please note: The comment facility allows users to post directly to the site - comments are not moderated and do not necessarily reflect the views of C+D or any of its employees or authors. We accept no responsibility, legal or otherwise, for ...
 Chemist+Druggist3 weeks ago
MedIndia

Time of day crucial to accurately test for diseases, new research finds

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 7-Jul-2014 A new study published today in the journal PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences), has found that time of day and sleep deprivation have a significant effect on our metabolism. The finding could be ...
 EurekAlert!2 weeks ago How Time Of Day Influences Cancer Test Results  Medical Daily2 weeks ago
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Science Daily

Removing disordered regions of shape-shifting protein explains how blood clots

In results recently published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) , Saint Louis University scientists have discovered that removal of disordered sections of a protein's structure reveals the molecular mechanism of a key ...
 Science Daily1 week ago SLU scientists hit 'delete': Removing regions of shape-shifting protein explains how blood clots  Bio-Medicine1 week ago
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Wireless Design & Development

Negar Sani solved the mystery of the printed diode

With an article published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in the United States of America (PNAS), a thirteen-year-long mystery that has involved a long series of researchers at both Linkoping University and Acreo Swedish ICT ...
 Space Daily1 week ago Mystery of the Printed Diode Solved  Wireless Design & Development2 weeks ago Mystery solved how printed diode works  Nanowerk2 weeks ago
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PhysOrg.com

Researchers measure accuracy of forecasts in strategic intelligence

Model-based calibration curves. Dotted lines show 95% confidence intervals. Credit: PNAS, 2014. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1406138111 (Phys.org) —Two researchers have measured the accuracy of forecasts given by two teams within Canada's Intelligence ...
 PhysOrg.com1 week ago Accuracy of forecasts in strategic intelligence [Psychological and Cognitive Sciences]  PNAS1 week ago
Popsci.com.au

An Electronic Tag You Activate With A Phone Call

A Printable Electronic Tag From "All-printed diode operating at 1.6 GHz" by Negar Sani et al., PNAS, 2014 Bzzz bzzz! Who are researchers calling in this video? It's not a person. It's a thin little electronic tag. The call activates the ...
 Popsci.com.au2 weeks ago Printed diode can slurp power from phone signals  The Register2 weeks ago Negar Sani Solved The Printed Diode Riddle  RF Globalnet2 weeks ago Bridging gap between 'internet of things' and mobile networks: Mystery of the printed diode solved  PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago

UW Researcher's Work to Engineer Light-Controlled Proteins Published in PNAS

LARAMIE, Wyo. , July 2 -- The University of Wyoming issued the following news release: A University of Wyoming professor has engineered proteins that can be activated by near-infrared light as a way to control biological activities in deep tissues ...
 HispanicBusiness.com3 weeks ago
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