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A new report in Nature investigates “the nuclear magnetic resonance visualization of RNA transitions towards ‘invisible’ excited states (ESs), which exist in too little abundance (2–13%) and for too short a duration (45–250 μs) to allow structural characterization by conventional techniques....
Research has found that people with HIV have a greater risk of Salmonella typhimurium infection that can cause invasive, non-typhoidal salmonella (iNTS) and a death risk of up to 45 percent. A new study in Nature Genetics sequenced the DNA of Salmonella typhimurium  and traced the bacteria’s...
Effective AIDS treatment has now been used for over a decade, yet a new article in the San Francisco Chronicle reports that patients “are coming down with diseases and conditions most associated with aging even when their HIV is well controlled – even when… by nearly all accounts a...