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Pollen Explains Flu-Like and COVID-19 Seasonality
  • The results found a highly significant inverse association between pollen and changes in flu-like incidence corrected for incubation period.
  • Within this study, the authors combined changes in flu-like incidence per 100K/Dutch citizens with weekly pollen counts and meteorological data for the same period
Submitted by Patrick Joyce
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Inactivating one protein induces ADHD-like behaviors in mice by changing gene expression programs
From Paper: ADHD-like behaviors caused by inactivation of a transcription factor controlling the balance of inhibitory and excitatory neuron development in the mouse anterior brainstem
Published: Oct 2020
  • A defect in a single transcription factor that regulates the balanced differentiation of GABAergic and glutamatergic neurons in the developing anterior brainstem, leads to several endophenotypes of ADHD
  • Amphetamine-induced dopamine release and amphetamine-induced place preference were normal in Tal1cko mice. Increased dopamine signaling failed to stimulate the locomotor activity of the Tal1cko mice, but instead alleviated their hyperactivity
Submitted by Patrick Joyce
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Sensor-measured sedentariness and physical activity are differentially related to fluid and crystallized abilities in aging.
From Paper: APA PsycNet
Published: Oct 2020
  • Those spending more time sedentary performed better on vocabulary knowledge and reasoning tasks.
  • Time spent daily in moderate to vigorous PA is positively related with fluid abilities (perceptual speed and reasoning).
Submitted by Anton Lebed
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A new technique allows researchers to observe real-time transcriptomics in a single cell
From Paper: CellRank for directed single-cell fate mapping
Published: Oct 2020
  • CellRank is able to predict a novel dedifferentiation trajectory during regeneration after lung injury, which we follow up experimentally by confirming the existence of previously unknown intermediate cell states.
  • The results show that CellRank automatically detects initial, intermediate and terminal populations, predicts fate potentials, and visualizes continuous gene expression trends along individual lineages in Pancreas cell development
Submitted by Patrick Joyce
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Emergent electromagnetic induction in a helical spin magnet
Published: Oct 2020
  • This tiny inductor may pave the way for microscale, simple shaped inductors - allowing for far smaller devices in the future
  • Using this quantum mechanical originating inductance, the authors have built an inductor that has a volume 1 million times smaller than a conventional inductor.
Submitted by Arye Lipman
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A review of the factors driving and preventing scientists from openly sharing research data
From Paper: What drives and inhibits researchers to share and use open research data? A systematic literature review to analyze factors influencing open research data adoption
Authors:
Anneke Zuiderwijk, Rhythima Shinde, Wei Jeng
Published: Sep 2020
  • The identified inhibitors for open data sharing mostly relate to legislation and regulation, facilitating conditions, and expected performance, in the sense that openly sharing research data can lead to worse performance
  • Most drivers for openly sharing research data are related to personal and intrinsic motivations
Submitted by Patrick Joyce
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The network structure of scientific revolutions
Authors:
Ju, Harang, et al
Published: Oct 2020
  • The authors used Wikipedia to formulate knowledge on growing networks of articles and their hyperlinked inter-relations
  • This paper demonstrates that scientific concept networks grow not by expanding from their core but rather by creating and filling knowledge gaps, a process which produces discoveries that are more frequently awarded Nobel prizes than others
Submitted by Age Old
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A new technique allows scientists to determine the age of an RNA transcript
From Paper: RNA timestamps identify the age of single molecules in RNA sequencing
Published: Oct 2020
  • The results demonstrate that the system can infer the presence and timing of multiple past transcriptional events
  • This paper present RNA timestamps, a method for inferring the age of individual RNAs in RNA-seq data by exploiting RNA editing
Submitted by Garrett Young
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The Case for an Early Solar Binary Companion
Published: Jul 2020
  • The hypothesized existence of planet 9 is explained well if the early solar system was a binary star system.
  • If the solar system initially contained a binary star system, it would help explain the number of objects we observe in the Ort Cloud today.
Submitted by Erik Biederstadt
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A placebo decreases objective biomarkers of emotional distress, even when the subjects know the placebo is not a real treatment
From Paper: Placebos without deception reduce self-report and neural measures of emotional distress
Published: Jul 2020
  • The results demonstrate an objective non-deceptive placebo effect on a neural biomarker that is relevant for emotion regulation and conditions characterized by emotional distress
  • This study examines whether non-deceptive placebos can reduce self-reported measures and objective biological markers in a context that is responsive to deceptive placebo effects: emotional distress
Submitted by Patrick Joyce
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