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How cancer cells re-space up the 3D structure of their DNA?

In cancer cells, enhancer hijacking mediated by chromosomal alterations and increased deposition of acetylated histone H3 lysine 27 (H3K27ac) can support oncogene expression. However, how the chromatin conformation of enhancer-promoter interactions is affected by these events is unclear. In a new study, scientists at the EPFL and UNIL used a new algorithmic approach to examine…

Voyager I spacecraft detects plasma hum in interstellar residence

Launched by NASA on September 5, 1977, Voyager 1 spacecraft is the most distant human-made object in space. Having operated for 43 years, the spacecraft still communicates with the Deep Space Network to receive routine commands and transmit data to Earth. In 2012, the spacecraft crossed the heliopause, the solar system’s border with interstellar space,…

Why So Many Condominium Members Are Heading for the Exits

This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. Credit for honesty where it’s due: four months into this current Congress’ two-year term, a dozen members of the House are already dropping all pretense and saying they won’t…

The World Isn’t Getting Vaccinated Fleet Enough. Here Are 4 Systems to Fix That

When this pandemic first began, it quickly became clear that we didn’t just need vaccines, we’d also needed vaccinations, and lots of them. Until people in all corners of the world—not just those that could afford it—were protected, the virus would continue to rage. In an unprecedented show of global solidarity, the world came together…

A Unique Sight Aspects to MDMA as a Considerable Medication for PTSD

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), will affect some 26 million Americans at some point in their lives, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. The condition, characterized by depression, hopelessness, memory problems, difficulty maintaining relationships, and recurrent visions of the trauma-causing event is notoriously hard to treat. Up to a third of people with the condition…

Are Childcare and Paid Leave ‘Infrastructure’? In terms of $2 Trillion for Households Can also Hinge on Congress’ Acknowledge

Three weeks after Bethany Fauteux gave birth to her second child in 2013, she was spending her days surrounded by young children—except they weren’t her own. A single mother whose cash reserves were quickly depleting, she felt she had to return to her job as a preschool teacher in Massachusetts while her Caesarean-section scar was…

Suicide Among Shaded Girls Is a Mental Smartly being Crisis Hiding in Easy Look

When Dionne Monsanto was pregnant, she decided that she wanted to find a name that means “blessing” for her daughter. Though Monsanto—a Black American—has no specific ties to South Africa, she chose the name Siwe, an adaptation of the Zulu name Busisiwe. Siwe grew to be a talented artist. “She was brilliant. She was beautiful.…

Unhealthy daily life habits linked to high possibility of cardiovascular disease in autistic americans

Studies of autistic children suggest that restricted eating, reduced physical activity, and sleep disorders are common. However, there are no studies to describe the diet, exercise, and sleep patterns of autistic adults or consider relationships between lifestyle behaviors and the widely reported increased risks of obesity and chronic conditions. In Cambridge, scientists at the Autism…

A brand sleek mannequin system for finding out early embryonic building

Human somatic cells commonly have 46 chromosomes, which together convey the genetic information. These chromosomes are first united at fertilization, 23 from the dad’s sperm and 23 from the mother’s egg.  After fertilization, the parental chromosomes at first exist in two separate compartments, known as pronuclei. These pronuclei gradually move towards one another until they…

Microbial seasonality within the soil results in more carbon emissions

Occasional changes in soil temperature and moisture sway microbial activities, thus sway soil carbon emissions and nutrient cycles. Carbon is the power source for microbes. An increase in microbes leads to more consumption of carbons, prompting more carbon emissions and vice versa. In a new study, scientists from San Diego State University found that microbial…

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