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Viruses and other parasites may sync with their host’s biological clock — or reset it — to gain an advantage.
To better understand the molecules described by the latest prize in medicine, we will need the technique recognized by the latest prize in chemistry.
Three U.S. biologists share the Nobel Prize in Medicine for their research into the molecular mechanism that drives circadian rhythm.
Tiny lines laid down by tooth enamel appear to reveal a previously unknown biological rhythm. If confirmed, the finding could help researchers understand why big animals grow slower — and live longer — than small ones.
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