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Links 1/26/23

Links for you. Science: Cooperative hydrodynamics accompany multicellular-like colonial organization in the unicellular ciliate Stentor When M.D. is a Machine Doctor Risk of debilitating illness from long Covid could grow – epidemiologist Michael Baker Codetections of Other Respiratory Viruses Among … Continue reading

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Links 1/25/23

Links for you. Science: New insights into deadly fungal invasion in people with compromised immune systems (paper here) Comparative Proteomics of Outer Membrane Vesicles from Polymyxin-Susceptible and Extremely Drug-Resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae The Last Of Us Fungal Outbreak Is Terrifying, But … Continue reading

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Links 1/24/23

Links for you. Science: COVID-19 vaccines and sudden deaths: Separating fact from fiction Antimicrobial Resistance: A Major Threat To The Promise Of Healthy Aging (no mention of surveillance or diagnostics though) Immunological memory to SARS-CoV-2 infection and COVID-19 vaccines Protection … Continue reading

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Links 1/23/23

Links for you. Science: You May Miss These Parasites When They’re Gone At NASA, Dr. Z Was OK With Some Missions Failing Even a Little Alcohol Can Harm Your Health NSF still won’t track sexual orientation among scientific workforce, prompting … Continue reading

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Links 1/22/23

Links for you. Science: Long COVID: major findings, mechanisms and recommendations Long Covid can be debilitating, even for healthy kids Scientists inch closer to learning origins of mysterious ‘fairy circles’ In California, a drought turned to floods. Forecasters didn’t see … Continue reading

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Links 1/21/23

Links for you. Science: One-year cardiovascular outcomes after coronavirus disease 2019: The cardiovascular COVID-19 registry Finally read that “disruption paper” everyone is talking about. Key missed point: “While the share of disruptive papers has fallen, the number of highly-disruptive papers … Continue reading

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Links 1/20/23

Links for you. Science: Study says most long-COVID symptoms resolve by 1 year after mild cases, but experts not so sure (important; the title really downplays the flaws) First real-world data show Omicron booster kept seniors out of hospitals Study … Continue reading

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Links 1/19/23

Links for you. Science: Safety and efficacy of the two doses conjugated protein-based SOBERANA-02 COVID-19 vaccine and of a heterologous three-dose combination with SOBERANA-Plus: a double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled phase 3 clinical trial More than 24K people have reported COVID test … Continue reading

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Links 1/18/23

Links for you. Science: The bivalent vaccine booster outperforms (I’m really glad Topol said what he did about Offit; Offit has gone off the deep end) Genomics and pathotypes of the many faces of Escherichia coli Towards a unification of … Continue reading

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Links 1/17/23

Links for you. Science: Academia’s lost luster prompts exodus of health researchers to industry Climate Change And Sprawl Slow Chesapeake Cleanup Antibody drugs could target infectious diseases — if costs come down Los Angeles is becoming too hot to bear. … Continue reading

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