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UCI-led team releases high-precision map of Antarctic ice sheet bed topography

University of California, Irvine

Irvine, Calif., Dec. 12, 2019 – A University of California, Irvine-led team of glaciologists has unveiled the most accurate portrait yet of the contours of the land beneath Antarctica’s ice sheet – and, by doing so, has helped identify which regions of the continent are going to be more, or less, vulnerable to future climate warming.

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Newswise: Researchers discover brain circuit linked to food impulsivity

Researchers discover brain circuit linked to food impulsivity

University of Georgia

A team of researchers that includes a faculty member at the University of Georgia has now identified a specific circuit in the brain that alters food impulsivity, creating the possibility scientists can someday develop therapeutics to address overeating.

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Skipping one night of sleep may leave insomniacs twice as impaired, study says

Washington State University

A new study conducted by researchers at Washington State University shows that individuals with chronic sleep-onset insomnia who pulled an all-nighter performed up to twice as bad on a reaction time task as healthy normal sleepers. Their findings were published today in the online journal Nature and Science of Sleep.

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Newswise: Genetic Syndrome of Intellectual Disability Fixed in Mice Using Precision Epigenome Editing

Genetic Syndrome of Intellectual Disability Fixed in Mice Using Precision Epigenome Editing

Johns Hopkins Medicine

Using a targeted gene epigenome editing approach in the developing mouse brain, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers reversed one gene mutation that leads to the genetic disorder WAGR syndrome, which causes intellectual disability and obesity in people. This specific editing was unique in that it changed the epigenome — how the genes are regulated — without changing the actual genetic code of the gene being regulated.

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Newswise: The secret to a long life? For worms, a cellular recycling protein is key
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The secret to a long life? For worms, a cellular recycling protein is key

Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute

Scientists at Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute have shown that worms live longer lives if they produce excess levels of a protein, p62, which recognizes toxic cell proteins that are tagged for destruction. The discovery, published in Nature Communications, could help uncover treatments for age-related conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease, which are often caused by accumulation of misfolded proteins.

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Newswise: Sorghum study illuminates relationship between humans, crops and the environment in domestication

Sorghum study illuminates relationship between humans, crops and the environment in domestication

Iowa State University

A new study illustrates the concept of a domestication triangle, in which human genetics interact with sorghum genetics and the environment to influence the traits farmers select in their crops. The concept gives a more complete systemic picture of domestication.

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