Livers cannot withstand repeated damage, but finding out how M. leprae regenerates liver cells can change that.
Comparing the virus infection to a burglary, Johnson said that footage shows "the part where the burglar has not broken the window yet."
The findings have great implications for our understanding of the origin of life not only on Earth but also on Mars.
Sonny & Cher's classic "I Got You Babe" is among the favorites of those with the "Secure" attachment style.
Researchers now want to study the woman's immune defenses to see if they could find a solution to help other cancer patients.
"It gives us a strong warning that we must be careful about selecting and using cooking utensils to avoid food contamination," an expert said.
This is the third such study to find that age 35 is the appropriate age to quit smoking, John Pierce, a professor emeritus in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of California, wrote in a commentary of the study
Water found in nature is different from pure water.
The new COVID-19 strain was created by a team of scientists at Boston University's National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories.
This shows the impact that stressful life events can have on a relationship.
Scientists Discover How Air Pollution Causes Lung Cancer: 'Important Step For Science And For Society'
"We've provided a biological mechanism behind what was previously an enigma," Charles Swanton of the U.K.'s Francis Crick Institute said.
"Each new document sheds further light on the literacy and the administration of the First Temple period," said Joe Uziel, Director of Israel Antiquities Authority's Judean Desert scrolls unit.
Both extreme hot and cold temperatures can increase people's aggression online, the researchers found.
Studying watermelon evolution from wild to domesticated variety has implications for the agricultural industry.
A team of researchers is conducting the largest-ever study of simulating dead bodies in suitcases.
That important part of the Nile is now defunct.
Before this, chromosomal-level engineering had been successfully done in yeasts but was a failure when it came to mammals.