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High-powered microscopic techniques give scientists detailed view of a critical component of cellular infrastructure

The cellular interior is criss-crossed by protein-based cables known as microtubules, each formed from 13 'protofilaments' composed of the protein tubulin. Microtubules are also associated with a host of other specialized proteins that help coordinate the transport of molecular cargoes and link ... Read More

Genital Wart Rate in Young Women Plummets Thanks to HPV Vaccine, Claim Researchers

The proportion of young women diagnosed with genital warts in Australia has seen a significant decline thanks to the HPV vaccine, suggests a new paper. In 2007, Australia became one of the first countries to implement a nationally funded quadrivalent human papillomarivus (HPV) vaccination progra... Read More

Despite Superbug Crisis, Progress in Antibiotic Development 'Alarmingly Elusive'

Despite the desperate need for new antibiotics to combat increasingly deadly resistant bacteria, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved only one new systemic antibiotic since the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) launched its 10 x ’20 Initiative in 2010 — and that d... Read More

Recreational use of HIV antiretroviral drug linked to its psychoactivity

Efavirenz (tradenames: Sustiva, Stocrin) is an antiretroviral (ARV) drug commonly used to treat HIV. Its popularity as a medication, alone or more commonly in combination with other HIV medications (tradename: Atripla), is due to its superior effectiveness in suppressing replication of the virus... Read More

Hilary Koprowski, Who Developed First Live-Virus Polio Vaccine, Dies at 96

It was a brew to rival any in “Macbeth.” The main ingredients were rat brain and a fearsome, carefully cultivated virus.

In his laboratory in Pearl River, N.Y., 20 miles north of Manhattan, Dr. Hilary Koprowski macerated the ingredients in an ordinary kitchen blender one January day in 1948. ... Read More

Beer Pong Balls Carry Bacteria, Proving Game Disgusting

Clemson University researchers found that beer pong balls may carry dangerous bacteria, The Associated Press reported.

The balls collected by student researchers from parties over one weekend found salmonella, listeria, E. coli and staph, according to the AP. The study found a high level of b... Read More

TWiV 229: Partly cloudy with a high of H7N9



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