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A-beta fibrils ensnare yeast cells

LOCKDOWN Strong A-beta fibrils ensnare dangerous yeast cells (black) in a dish, a defensive move that may serve as an important part of the immune system.

woman weightlifting

Women exercise for fun and compete in sports, but when it comes to exercise science, men seem to matter most. 

baby sticking tongue out

BACK AT YA  Babies start sticking their tongues out shortly after birth. Debate about whether newborns copy such behavior from adults continues nearly 40 years after infant imitation research began.

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