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Why Some Mushrooms Glow in the Dark - March 24, 2015
Dartmouth's Jay Dunlap and colleagues from Brazil's Instituto de Quimica-Universidade de Sao Paulo have published a new study that takes a look at why mushrooms glow. Read more »

Nature Structural & Molecular Biology - January 6, 2014
Negative feedback is a conserved element in the maintenance of circadian rhythms. In Neurospora crassa, rhythmic oscillation is under the control of a central system.
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Targeting Systemic Sclerosis: From bioinformatics to clinical research - April 8, 2013
Systemic sclerosis (scleroderma) is a rare autoimmune disorder that's difficult to treat. Thanks to new research, doctors may be able to treat some patients more effectively. Read more »