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A microbiota bacterium protects the large intestine from inflammation
The microbiota, which is the term used to describe all micro-organisms living in the mucous membranes, is vital for our health and affects our development, metabolism, immune system etc. However, most of the mechanisms which allow it to play this important role ...
How do our cells grow?
Identification of the neuronal network that controls our actions and errors
The satiety mechanism described and restored in mice
Europe supports stem cell research for the treatment of diabetes
Escaping the adverse effects of morphine
A disrupted biological clock: a risk factor for anxiety disorders