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Is timefor a cell a recurringevent or something continuous? Well to find the answer you mustfirst know its temperature

Researchers take a closer look at the subtle ways that cells usefor signaling

Genes have a fair share in determining a person s predisposition to obesity

Invaded and ravaged by germs and pathogens every moment of its existence, the human body has developed its own lines of defence. Among the lesser known barriers are the linings of the gut

The immune system comprises of two categories of white blood cells

Immune responses in our bodies are significantly affected by our intestines

A new theory links the origin of sleep to bacteria present in the gut