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QIAGEN Announces Partnership With Penn State University to Advance Microbiome Sciences

QIAGEN Announces Partnership With Penn State University to Advance Microbiome Sciences

Static Electricity Causes Ticks to be Attracted to Hosts

Static Electricity Causes Ticks to be Attracted to Hosts

Unraveling Brood Parasitism in Predatory Mites

Unraveling Brood Parasitism in Predatory Mites

Plant roots drive soil animal communities in the tropics, study shows

Plant roots drive soil animal communities in the tropics, study shows

Researchers evaluate a new virus variant that hovers bees worldwide

Researchers evaluate a new virus variant that hovers bees worldwide

Research may help to predict honeybee adaptation to environmental factors

Research may help to predict honeybee adaptation to environmental factors

Researchers introduce CRISPR to enable gene editing in cockroaches

Researchers introduce CRISPR to enable gene editing in cockroaches

Discovery of biological response platform may hold the keys to helping people manage allergies

Discovery of biological response platform may hold the keys to helping people manage allergies

Study identifies a new mechanism that causes airway hyperresponsiveness in asthma

Study identifies a new mechanism that causes airway hyperresponsiveness in asthma

Scientists discover why food-ingredient-based pesticide is effective against spider mites

Scientists discover why food-ingredient-based pesticide is effective against spider mites

Novel technique enables the study of non-bacterial microbiomes of plant species

Novel technique enables the study of non-bacterial microbiomes of plant species

Study discusses the role of insects as a potential new food allergen

Study discusses the role of insects as a potential new food allergen

Study may pave the way to fight asthma and other allergic diseases

Study may pave the way to fight asthma and other allergic diseases

A commonly expressed protein in skin can 'turn on' allergic itch

A commonly expressed protein in skin can 'turn on' allergic itch

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