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July 18, 2014------News ArchiveLatest research covered daily, archived weekly

Gene essential to embryos, toxic in adult cell division
A gene factor called NANOG is essential to pluripotency in the embryo as it implants in the womb. It also regulates cell proliferation in skin, epithelia cells, and the esophagus of adult organisms. In fact, blocking NANOG reduces the division of tumor cells.

July 17, 2014------News ArchiveLatest research covered daily, archived weeklys

Timing is not only ticking
Many animals exhibit segmentation in development. A classic example being the sequence formation of the backbone, linked to the ticking of a “segmentation clock” in the embryo. Max Planck researchers now discover the sound pattern known as the Doppler effect influences all segmentation in the embryo.

July 16, 2014------News ArchiveLatest research covered daily, archived weekly

An amazing'switch' in our brains
An amazing "switch" may be available to shut off (and turn on?) signals that promote the generation of new nerve cells and survival of old ones.

July 15, 2014------News ArchiveLatest research covered daily, archived weekly

Reverse engineering brain circuits
In a new study, Brown University neuroscientists looked cell-by-cell at the brain circuitry that tadpoles, and possibly other animals like ourselves, use to avoid collisions.

July 14, 2014------News ArchiveLatest research covered daily, archived weekly

Babies of healthy moms worldwide are similar
Babies' growth in the womb and their size at birth, especially their length, are strikingly similar the world over when born to healthy, well-educated and well-nourished mothers.


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