Wolbachia-infected mosquitoes stymie dengue’s spread

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June 11, 2021

Scientists Discover "Gorditas" and Other Novel Brain Cell Types

By Amanda Heidt

A pool of neural stem cells that ordinarily lies dormant in the brains of adult mice spawns two types of never-before-documented glial cells when artificially reactivated, potentially pointing to a novel mechanism of brain plasticity.

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Wolbachia-Infected Mosquitoes Stymie Dengue's Spread: Study

By Shawna Williams

Randomized, controlled research conducted in an Indonesian city confirms the reduction in cases seen with previous observational work.

ICYMI: Mammals Can Use Their Intestines to Breathe

By Abby Olena

Researchers show that both mice and pigs are capable of oxygenating their blood via the colon—a capacity that, if shared by humans, could be leveraged in the clinic to minimize the need for mechanical ventilation.

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June 2021 Interactive Crossword

By Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon

Can you figure out the seven-letter word for "hybridized"?

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