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1 Genetic variation may increase risk of liver damage in patients with chronic hepatitis B
2 New ceria nanoparticles attack Parkinson's disease from three fronts
3 Ability to identify genuine laughter transcends culture, UCLA-led study finds
4 A calmer horse is just a sniff away
5 Researchers discover chemical reaction that uses a surprising molecule
6 NIST chip lights up optical neural network demo
7 ASU study finds animals can use muscle as an internal water source
8 Engineers use Tiki torches in study of soot, diesel filters
9 Molecules from breast milk and seaweed suggest strategies for controlling norovirus
10 Galaxy outskirts likely hunting grounds for dying massive stars and black holes
11 Theorists find mechanism behind nearly pure nanotubes from the unusual catalyst
12 New system can identify drugs to target 'undruggable' enzymes critical in many diseases
13 Researchers develop a new method to detect nucleation
14 Previously overlooked 'coral ticks' weaken degraded reefs
15 Researchers discover thin gap on stellar family portrait
16 Flood detection a surprising capability of microsatellites mission
17 The last wild ocean
18 Glaciers in East Antarctica also 'imperiled' by climate change, UCI researchers find
19 Engineers track neural activity, muscle movement in ageless aquatic creatures
20 Black holes really just ever-growing balls of string, researchers say
21 New two-dimensional material could revolutionize solar fuel generation
22 Previously undiagnosed neurological disorder linked to gene IRF2BPL
23 Naturalistic driving study investigates self-regulation behavior in early Alzheimer's disease
24 Enduring 'radio rebound' powered by jets from gamma-ray burst
25 Tweets prove to be reliable indicator of air quality conditions during wildfires
26 Mind-body therapies can help teens with anxiety--The Nurse Practitioner presents review and update
27 For spinal fusion surgery patients, taking opioids before surgery is major risk factor for long-term opioid use
28 IIASA researchers help EU states assess forestry's role in achieving climate commitments
29 New family photos of Mars and Saturn from Hubble
30 Neurobiology: Finding one's way home
31 Researchers develop model on how brain reward response may impact anorexia nervosa
32 Google unveils new virtual reality experience at ACM SIGGRAPH 2018
33 New technique offers faster, safer way to optimize industrial chemical reactions
34 Einstein's general relativity confirmed near black hole
35 Tropical treetops are warming, putting sensitive species at risk
36 Researchers report unraveling the immune recognition of nucleic acid nanoparticles
37 Traumatic brain injury: Discovery of two molecules could lead to new drug treatments
38 First ever study of serious case reviews of sudden unexpected infant deaths conducted
39 Specialized approach to open heart surgery saves lives
40 Researchers discover system that could reduce neurodegeneration in Huntington's disease
41 New hope for rare disorder
42 Making thread in Bronze Age Britain
43 New possibilities for using ozonized erythrocyte mass explored by UNN scientists
44 Removing malaria-carrying mosquitoes unlikely to affect ecosystems, says report
45 IGC scientists discover a tap that controls the flow of pro-inflammatory molecules
46 A spin trio for strong coupling
47 Researchers design a nano-carrier to release drugs into damaged cells
48 World's marine wilderness is dwindling
49 Riding an e-bike promotes fitness and health--already after four weeks
50 Redefining 'small-scale' fishing may help support English fisheries
51 Lynchings of the past affect health today
52 High-precision on-site analysis of precious metals in metallurgical waste spills
53 Zebrafish interactions offer help in studying social behavior disorders
54 Reducing opioid prescriptions for one operation can also spill over to other procedures
55 New study finds that aging can make it more difficult to swallow
56 Just 10 minutes of social interaction a day improves wellbeing in dementia care
57 Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde: Study reveals healing mesenchymal cells morph and destroy muscles in models of spinal cord injury, ALS and spinal muscular atrophy
58 Size is key in predicting how calcifying organisms will respond to ocean acidification
59 Solution to medical mystery may help some children avoid bone marrow transplantation
60 Breakthrough in industrial CO2 usage
61 Changes to small RNA in sperm may help fertilization
62 Unusual rare earth compound opens doorway to new class of functional materials
63 Surrey develops ground-breaking flexible X-ray detector
64 Night-time lighting changes how species interact
65 Mysteries of Okinawan habu venom decoded
66 Mathematical analysis explains transpiration-driven sap flow in coniferous trees
67 End-of-life conversations with nonclinical worker bring patient satisfaction, lower costs
68 Researchers identify new arthritis severity gene
69 Lectins help social amoeba establish their own microbiome
70 Can scientists leverage mysterious mossy cells for brain disease treatments?
71 Rewriting our understanding of gastric tumors
72 Public views of gene editing for babies depend on how it would be used
73 Soundwave-surfing droplets leave no traces
74 US sexual minorities less likely to be in work or insured than straight peers
75 Extinct vegetarian cave bear diet mystery unravelled
76 Electricity sparks neuronal diversity during brain development
77 Ant study sheds light on the evolution of workers and queens
78 Evolution of efflux pumps could yield important insights in fighting antibiotic resistance
79 Osteoporosis, fracture risk predicted with Stanford-developed genetic screen
80 MicroRNA panel can identify malignancy in indeterminate thyroid nodules
81 Adherence to healthy diets associated with lower cancer risk
82 Software recreates complex movements for medical, rehabilitation, and basic research
83 Aging overweight scuba divers at risk of underwater heart attack
84 5 percent sodium fluoride varnish trial: 18-month results
85 Exploring the microbial dark matter of the human mouth
86 Role of oral microbiota in the severity of chemotherapy-induced oral mucositis
87 DEEP study: Modelling persistent orofacial pain management's costs and benefits
88 Non-invasive, ultrasound-based approach for pocket depth measurements
89 Fertilizer destroys plant microbiome's ability to protect against disease
90 Stent retriever thrombectomy effective for longer window after stroke
91 The big picture: Mouse memory cells are about experience, not place
92 How do jumping genes cause disease, drive evolution?
93 Plant defense mechanisms
94 New screening approach reveals importance of microRNAs in papillomavirus life cycle
95 Changes to sperm's small RNA in the epididymis may help ensure mouse embryos implant
96 Europe may thrive on renewable energy despite unpredictable weather
97 To keep more carbon on the ground, halting farmland expansion is key
98 First mapping of global marine wilderness shows just how little remains
99 Fat production and burning are synchronized in livers of mice with obesity
100 Gut bacteria byproduct protects against Salmonella, Stanford study finds
101 Mosquito screening useful in monitoring lymphatic filariasis re-emergence
102 Bile acids from the gut could help to treat cocaine abuse