Monthly Archives: February 2016

Gum disease bacteria linked to esophageal cancer

A new study uncovers the first direct evidence that a bacterium responsible for gum disease may be a new risk factor for esophageal squamous cell carcinoma. …read more

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Structure of a hantavirus protein as a promising model for drug design

Bank voles are small rodents that are not dangerous by themselves, but their excreta can contain one of the dangerous hantaviruses. …read more

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    Hamlet Behind Bars: Appreciated for Our Talents, Not Judged for Past Actions

Hamlet Behind Bars: Appreciated for Our Talents, Not Judged for Past Actions

Let me tell you about the last three Hamlet plays I’ve been in. We opened on Saturday, Sept. 12 for people who drive for hours just to see us perform. Not only do these people have to travel from miles away, but the process to get in here is pretty extensive as well. They […]

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Researchers develop realistic system to study impact of residential mold on health

Residential mold has increased in recent years, due to water damage from a rising frequency of flooding. But there is scant information on the impact of residential mold on human health. …read more

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Lab Matters Winter Issue: AMP Up Your Biosafety System

Your staff can cite the BMBL verbatim, they wear PPE as directed, they follow internal protocols and procedures precisely. But does this mean that your facility controls biosafety and biosecurity risks effectively? Not necessarily. According to leading experts, labs should follow a risk management process – AMP (assessment, mitigation, performance) – to improve laboratory […]

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