Researchers illuminate the complexity of the human hypothalamus

How often do you think about your hypothalamus? Chances are that you never do. As compared to the rest of our brain, it is tiny—just the size of an almond. Yet it is our body's master control, regulating a myriad of functions ...

Oncology & Cancer

How genome doubling helps cancer develop

A single cell contains 2-3 meters of DNA, meaning that the only way to store it is to package it into tight coils. The solution is chromatin: a complex of DNA wrapped around proteins called histones. In the 3D space, this ...

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