Here, we present Machine learning Assisted, Interferometric Structured Illumination Microscopy, MAI-SIM, as an easy-to-implement method for fast live cell super-resolution imaging in multiple colours.
Complex networks have been introduced as the best theoretical framework to model a large variety of physical, biological, and social systems where an intertwined pattern of interactions couples many elements.
Hungarian, lazy, and biased: the role of analytic thinking and partisanship in fake news discernment on a Hungarian representative sample
A Mendelian randomization (MR) study concluded that vitamin C was not effective for pneumonia. We showed that the MR study corresponds to the comparison of two groups with similar vitamin C levels of 47.3 vs. 52.7 μM, whereas the plasma vitamin C level range in the population is from 10 to 100 μM.
Following the draconian measures already put in place throughout the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, a very relaxed approach has been recently adopted by Chinese health authorities in order to stop the people's angry protests against the "zero Covid" strategy.
Alan Turing proposed one of the most influential theories of morphogenesis, in which a system of diffusive and reactive chemicals can produce stationary (and other types) spatial patterns. We explored the effect of periodic feeding of the reactive chemicals on pattern development and stabilty.
Amphibians have undergone important evolutionary transitions in reproductive modes and life-cycles. In our recent study, we compare large-scale macroevolutionary patterns in these transitions across the three major amphibian groups; frogs, salamanders and caecilians.