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Lab explores implications of fungal sex

In a laboratory on the fifth floor of the Biomedical Center, a group of University researchers carefully observes sexual acts that have never before been witnessed by humans. Associate Professor of Biology Richard Bennett investigates the sexual cycle of Candida yeasts, a group of unicellular fungi ...

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Cancer drug could help treat heart problems

A class of drugs originally developed to treat cancer may also help reduce the risk of death after a heart attack, a new study by University researchers suggests. Cardiologists at the Alpert Medical School administered different types of the cancer drugs — c-SRC inhibitors — to mice that had developed ...

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New computer model could help stem HIV spread

American policymakers have a potent new tool to combat the spread of HIV. It’s not a vaccine or a miracle cure, but instead a newfound way to implement the strategies already known to work. A team of epidemiologists, including University researchers, published a paper this month in the journal Health ...

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