by Sandra Larson, Germán Comina, Robert H. Gilman, Brian H. Tracey, Marjory Bravard, José W. López
by Karla C. S. Queiroz, Renato Milani, Roberta R. Ruela-de-Sousa, Gwenny M. Fuhler, Giselle Z. Justo, Willian F. Zambuzzi, Nelson Duran, Sander H. Diks, C. Arnold Spek, Carmen V. Ferreira, Maikel P. Peppelenbosch
by Pathik D. Wadhwa, Hyagriv N. Simhan, Sonja Entringer, Claudia Buss, Roger Smith, Calvin J. Hobel, Naveed Farhana, Lawrence Shimmin, James E. Hixson, Charles F. Sing
by Andrew E. Ekpenyong, Graeme Whyte, Kevin Chalut, Stefano Pagliara, Franziska Lautenschläger, Christine Fiddler, Stephan Paschke, Ulrich F. Keyser, Edwin R. Chilvers, Jochen Guck
by Krit Ritthipichai, Yuchen Nan, Ioannis Bossis, Yanjin Zhang
It is commonly believed that visual short-term memory (VSTM) consists of a fixed number of “slots” in which items can be stored. An alternative theory in which memory resource is a continuous quantity distributed over all items seems to be refuted by the appearance of guessing in human responses.
The homeostasis of naive T cells is essential for protective immunity against infection, but the cell-intrinsic molecular mechanisms that control naïve T-cell homeostasis are poorly understood.
Old people have a different body odor from younger people, and young people are good at detecting it, researchers say.
Enrichment of grain products has significantly reduced rates of neural tube defects in infants, and a new study found a lower incidence of two types of childhood cancer.