Neuron︱“Eros and Anger”: The Neural Matrix of Female Social Behavior Accompanied by Changes in Physiological Status
Time of Update: 2022-01-25
Figure 2 Activation of alpha neurons increases female sexual receptivity and inhibits aggressive behavior (Source: Liu M.
Aggression-related beta neurons show a lactation-dependent response to social object information The authors further explored female Social behavior in different lactation states depends on which neuronal activity changes .
Chinese scientists crack the drug-resistant genome of grass-greedy nightings
Time of Update: 2021-03-13
Sheng Jun, president of Yunnan Agricultural University, told science and technology daily that they had carried out genetic sequencing and analysis of grass-green nightingads and their drug resistance in cooperation with Huada Gene, Animal Institute and relevant institutions in the United States, South Africa, Ethiopia and Kenya.
Use the addictive nature of pancreatic cancer to develop new anti-cancer therapies
Time of Update: 2021-02-14
Cancer cells are often described as "bad" or "metastatic" cells, and recent research by scientists at cold spring harbor laboratories in the United States has found that in some of the deadliest cases
Cell: Tsinghua University and Zhejiang University have teamed up to reveal the molecular structure of the new coronavirus
Time of Update: 2020-10-06
study was published online in the recent cell journal under the title "Molecular architecture of SARS-CoV-2 virus." the researchers identified the natural structure of the SARS-CoV-2 hedgehog protein before and after fusion, with an average resolution of 8.7 to 11 E.
Clinical data for Cell Therapy 2.0 is coming soon, with a further $75 million in financing
Time of Update: 2020-06-07
The company said the funds will be used to support ongoing and planned research, clinical development of products, and the establishment of a production platform for the company's proprietary, vertica
Cell reports: finding the neurons encoding sweetness in mice
Time of Update: 2019-05-14
May 14, 2019 / BIOON / - researchers from the National Institute of physiological sciences of Japan found neurons responsible for sending sweet signals to the taste thalamus and cortex in mice Althoug