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Genesis of genitalia

When it comes to genitalia, nature enjoys variety. Snakes and lizards have two. Birds and people have one. And while the former group's paired structures are located somewhat at the level of the limbs...

Genesis of genitalia: We have one. Lizards have two. Why?

When it comes to genitalia, nature enjoys variety. Snakes and lizards have two. Birds and people have one. And while the former group's paired structures are located somewhat at the level of the limbs...

The Genesis of Genitalia

When it comes to genitalia, nature enjoys variety. Snakes and lizards have two. Birds and people have one.Read more about The Genesis of Genitalia

A relative shift in cloacal location repositions external genitalia in amniote evolution

The move of vertebrates to a terrestrial lifestyle required major adaptations in their locomotory apparatus and reproductive organs. While the fin-to-limb transition has received considerable attentio...

First Pictures of BRCA2 Protein Show How it Repairs DNA

Scientists have taken pictures of the BRCA2 protein for the first time, showing how it works to repair damaged DNA.  Read more

Ebook: Clinical Innovation – The story so far… in pictures

  We’ve recently introduced new formats and new innovative ways to demonstrate the content given at our conferences. One of the latest introductions is the use of graphic reporting. What’s a...

First pictures of BRCA2 protein show how it works to repair DNA

(Imperial College London) Scientists have taken pictures of the BRCA2 protein for the first time, showing how it works to repair damaged DNA.

Medical News Today: Gestures and pictures 'boost foreign language learning'

A new study finds people learn foreign words more easily when using several sensory organs. In tests, foreign words with gestures or pictures outperformed verbal learning.

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Use of Alprazolam to Facilitate Mare-Foal Bonding in an Aggressive Postparturient Mare.

A relative shift in cloacal location repositions external genitalia in amniote evolution.

The move of vertebrates to a terrestrial lifestyle required major adaptations in their locomotory apparatus and reproductive organs. While the fin-to-limb transition has received considerable attentio...

Anaplasma phagocytophilum infection in a horse from Switzerland with severe neurological symptoms.

A 22-year old mare from Switzerland was admitted to an equine clinic in May 2011. She presented with fever, lethargy, icteric mucous membranes, reduced alertness, an unsteady gait and ataxia. An Anapl...

Late Positive Potential (LPP) modulation during affective picture processing in preschoolers: A pilot study.

Research has demonstrated that Late Positive Potential (LPP) is modulated by affective pictures in school-age children, adolescents and adults. However, little is known about such modulation in specif...

Spiders do not evoke greater early posterior negativity in the event-related potential as snakes.

It has been long believed that both snakes and spiders are archetypal fear stimuli for humans. Furthermore, snakes have been assumed as stronger threat cues for nonhuman primates. However, it is still...

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