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Female Ducks Develop Complicated Genitals to Outwit Aggressive Males

Rape is a monstrous violation of a woman's freedom. But in a patriarchal society with lopsided values, there seems to be no escape from it . But ducks seem to show a way out. Females in certain species have developed complicated genitals that frustrate aggressive male ducks, scientists have fo...

Female Ducks Develop Complicated Genitals to Outwit Aggressive Males

Rape is a monstrous violation of a woman's freedom. But in a patriarchal society with lopsided values, there seems to be no escape from it//. But ducks seem to show a way out. Females in certain species have developed complicated genitals that frustrate aggressive male ducks, scientists have fo...

Science Makes Inroads Against Prostate, Other Cancers

... In studies, an immune boost fights prostate tumors, and better drugs outwit brain, pancreatic malignancies SUNDAY, April 19 (HealthDay News) -- Harnessing cutting-edge techniques, a variety of human, animal and la...

NIAID to advance B-cell approach to HIV vaccines

...arts, so antibodies can rarely rid the body of the virus. The new NIAID research program aims to uncover mechanisms that will enable scientists to outwit HIV and stimulate the B-cell production of long-lasting antibodies that can neutralize many strains of the virus; such antibodies are known as broadly...

Huge virulence gene superfamily responsible for devastating plant diseases

... of the project, remarked: The extraordinary speed with which the Avh genes are evolving suggests that these genes are key to the pathogens ability to outwit the defense systems of the plants. ...

'Red'y to Fight HIV – 'AbstinenceBehaviorCondom', Sacrosanct to AIDS Preventio

...s also on the anvil. Aiding a HIV-free Tomorrow In finality, there is nothing to beat the strength of collective will and strategies to outwit the virus, which has laid siege for more than two decades. It is important to recall the main tenets of the AIDS campaign at every juncture, the funda...

A Synthetic Molecule Instigates Cancer Cells To Self-Harm

... Scientists have devised a method to outwit cancer cells and instigate them to self-harm, ultimately causing death of cancer cells. This novel discovery could unlock reliable// treatments for ca...

Protective Protein Could Hold The Key In Fight Against Tuberculosis

...ctly adhere to the complete course of treatment, without interruption. When the patients do not stick to their drug regime, the TB bacterium learns to outwit the TB antibiotics, making the drugs ineffective, eventually leading to resistant TB infection. When the bacterium becomes resistant to two or more dr...
Outwit in Biological News

Siberian jays use complex communication to mob predators

... role for the evolution of complex animal communication," says Michael Griesser. Not only our ancestors but also other family group living animals outwit their predators with the help of their cognitive abilities. Lowering the risk of relative of being killed benefits the propagation of the own genes th...

New insights into a leading poultry disease and its risks to human health

...evolutionary game of high-stakes poker, are swapped freely among bacteria in order to gain the upper hand---or in the case of pathogenic E. coli , to outwit its competitors by colonizing animals and causing disease. Over time, each plasmid becomes a patchwork quilt of DNA information, containing DNA parts ...

The medium is the message: Manipulating salmonella in spaceflight curtails infectiousness

... Infectious pathogens like Salmonella typhimurium employ a startling array of techniques to skillfully outwit the body's defense mechanisms and produce illness. Through their expression of genesthe fundamental building blocks of cellular physiologysuch microb...

New antibiotic beats superbugs at their own game

...ng the gene that confers such resistance, a new drug may be able to finally outwit them. Rockefeller University scientists tested the new drug, called Ceftobi...rug is effective because the chemists who developed Ceftobiprole managed to outwit the bacteria at their own game, Tomasz says. The broad-spectrum antibiotic ...

Study uncovers a lethal secret of 1918 influenza virus

...ous mouse-based study. "Our analysis revealed potential mechanisms of virulence, which we hope will help us develop novel antiviral strategies to both outwit the virus and moderate the host immune response." The same excessive immune reaction is characteristic of the deadly complications of H5N1 avian ...

Antibiotic might fight HIV-induced neurological problems

... against HIV-associated cognitive impairment." SIV and HIV both affect the same tissues in the same way and use the same tricks to infect cells and outwit treatments, but SIV infects only non-human primates, and HIV only infects people. Antiretroviral drugs target and interfere with the viral proteins ne...
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