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Scientists have developed a way to produce a pure source of muscle cells, a technique that might one day prove useful for treating muscle-related diseases.
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A new technique could detect early signs of some diseases.
A device the size of an iPod could give women with high-risk pregnancies a way to monitor the health of the fetus.
Researchers have built a bacteria-based device that sniffs out the toxic chemical.
Newly discovered variants in a key gene may indicate a modest risk for late-onset Alzheimer’s disease.
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New cell imaging technology could give researchers an insight into complicated diseases