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Researchers Discover Why Sepsis From a Staph Infection Causes Organ Failure - Infection Control Today


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"Once you understand exactly how an infection is impacting the body, you can target treatments to mitigate the infection so that the body can begin to heal," says Paul Kubes, PhD, a professor in the Department of Physiology & Pharmacology and director ...

A thought for ecology - The Tribune


The Tribune
A huge fan of Paul Nicklen, an acclaimed Canadian photographer who is using his camera to bring to the fore global warming and its effect on polar regions, Pranjal Marwah aims to follow the similar road. With The Utopian Click he has taken one sure ...

New retinal ganglion cell subtypes emerge from single-cell RNA sequencing - Science Daily


Science Daily
Ephraim F. Trakhtenberg, Ph.D., of UConn Health's Department of Neuroscience led the research team, which includes Paul Robson, Ph.D., JAX director of single-cell biology. Their study, published in Nature Communications, provides new precision to a big ...

From the Bedroom to the Bomb: An Interview With Paul Ehrlich

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