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A new AI tool can predict mosquitoes’ ages with 98% accuracy to speed malaria research
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A new AI tool can predict mosquitoes’ ages with 98% accuracy to speed malaria research

flash- January 26, 2023

A schematic representation of a deep learning models that uses mosquito spectra as input to predict mosquito age classes. A CNN—no dimensionality reduction is applied: ... Read More

Study: Dietary Nitrate Supplementation Increases Muscle Force during Exercise
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Study: Dietary Nitrate Supplementation Increases Muscle Force during Exercise

flash- January 26, 2023

Supplementation of dietary nitrate — commonly found in beetroot juice — increases nitric oxide bioavailability and can enhance exercise performance. In new research, scientists from ... Read More

Research reveals protein plaques associated with Alzheimer’s are stickier than thought
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Research reveals protein plaques associated with Alzheimer’s are stickier than thought

flash- January 26, 2023

A researcher in the lab of Rice's Angel Martí holds a vial of fluorescent dye molecules in solution. Using time-resolved spectroscopy, which tracks the fluorescence ... Read More

Choline: Sources, benefits and deficiency
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Choline: Sources, benefits and deficiency

flash- January 25, 2023

Choline is a water-soluble compound that is essential for human health. It is neither a vitamin nor a mineral. The body uses choline for a ... Read More

Host-cell factors involved in COVID-19 infections may augur improved treatments
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Host-cell factors involved in COVID-19 infections may augur improved treatments

flash- January 24, 2023

Colorized scanning electron micrograph of a cell (green) heavily infected with SARS-COV-2 virus particles (yellow), isolated from a patient sample. Image captured at the NIAID ... Read More

Myocarditis and COVID vaccines, explained
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Myocarditis and COVID vaccines, explained

flash- January 24, 2023

In the two years since the COVID vaccines became available to the public, they have become a popular target for misinformation. Anti-vaccine activists have made ... Read More

Antidepressants may make emotions less intense
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Antidepressants may make emotions less intense

flash- January 23, 2023

Feeling flat or emotionally unavailable can be a common side-effect of serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), a widely used class of anti-depressants. About 40 to 60 ... Read More

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