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Cell is an information source for the life sciences. Cell provides the latest research highlights on cells including but not limited to RNA, the cellular process and a futuristic look at disease and cellular process. Cell Press is associated with Elservier and publishes numerous journals, Cell Metabolism, Neuron, Immunity, AJHG and other noteworthy peer review journals. Cell offers abstract information and invites press requests for articles and images. A useful tool offered by Cell is SnapShot which features a glossary of terms, plainly written information about cell processes and other information.

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Can exercise be replaced with a pill?

Everyone knows that exercise improves health, and ongoing research continues to uncover increasingly detailed information on its benefits for metabolism, circulation, and improved functioning of organs such as the heart, ...

Oct 02, 2015
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Not all organs age alike

Aging is typically thought of as the gradual decline of the whole body, but new research shows that age affects organs in strikingly different ways. A study published September 17 in Cell Systems provides the first comprehensive ...

Sep 17, 2015
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Researchers build a digital piece of brain

If you want to learn how something works, one strategy is to take it apart and put it back together again. For 10 years, a global initiative called the Blue Brain Project—hosted at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne ...

Oct 08, 2015
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When it comes to touch, to give is to receive

Have you ever touched someone else and wondered why his or her skin felt so incredibly soft? Well, now researchers reporting in the journal Current Biology on September 10 present evidence that this experience may often be ...

Sep 10, 2015
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We've all got a blind spot, but it can be shrunk

You've probably never noticed, but the human eye includes an unavoidable blind spot. That's because the optic nerve that sends visual signals to the brain must pass through the retina, which creates a hole in that light-sensitive ...

Aug 31, 2015
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