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Petit recueil de 25 moisissures argumentatives pour concours de mauvaise foi

Petit recueil de 25 moisissures argumentatives pour concours de mauvaise foi

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Cuatro de cada 10 españoles ya ha completado la pauta de vacunación Nota a los lectores: EL PAÍS ofrece en abierto la información esencial del coronavirus durante la crisis. Si quiere apoyar nuestro periodismo, suscríbase aquí. La incidencia de covid entre los jóvenes de 20 a 29 años se dispara 191 puntos desde el viernes y se sitúa en 640 casos por 100.000 habitantes, mientras que la incidencia acumulada general sube 51 puntos hasta los 204 casos por 100.000 habitantes en los últimos 14 días. Sanidad ha notificado 32.607 nuevos contagios y ha sumado 23 fallecidos al recuento oficial.

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AUTISME : Sur la piste du bêta-bloquant propranolol Rappelons que selon les US Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention, 1 enfant sur 59 (aux États-Unis) est diagnostiqué avec une forme de TSA. Les signes de l'autisme commencent dès la petite enfance et peuvent affecter chaque sujet différemment. Cependant, certains symptômes sont partagés par un grand nombre de personnes autistes, notamment les difficultés de communication sociale. C’est ici, le principal symptôme évalué par cette étude pilote qui a regardé l’effet de ce médicament sur le traitement du langage dans le cerveau. Ces médicaments, ce sont les bêta-bloquants. Proposal for reunification of the genus Raoultella with the genus Klebsiella and reclassification of Raoultella electrica as Klebsiella electrica comb. nov The bacterial family Enterobacteriaceae, which was the sole family within the order “Enterobacteriales”, was one of the most taxonomically diverse families and has undergone major taxonomic changes by analyses with 16S rRNA genes, single-copy housekeeping genes, multi-locus sequences and whole genome sequences (WGSs) [1]. The order “Enterobacteriales” was recently proposed to be the order Enterobacterales and divided into seven families (Enterobacteriaceae, Erwiniaceae, Pectobacteriaceae, Yersiniaceae, Hafniaceae, Morganellaceae, and Budviciaceae) based on phylogenomic analyses and comparative genomic analyses [1]. The newly delimited family Enterobacteriaceae was divided into six main subfamily clades (“Escherichia clade”, “Klebsiella clade”, “Enterobacter clade”, “Kosakonia clade”, “Cronobacter clade”, “Cedecea clade”) and an “Enterobacteriaceae incertae sedis clade” [2]. Notably, unification or split of Klebsiella and Raoultella is under debate.

Native mouse believed to be extinct for 150 years found off Western Australia Scientists have discovered that an extinct native mouse thought to have been wiped out more than 150 years ago is thriving on islands off Western Australia. Researchers compared DNA samples from eight extinct native rodents and 42 of their living relatives to study the decline of native species since the arrival of Europeans in Australia. The results showed the “extinct” Gould’s mouse was indistinguishable from the Shark Bay mouse, which is found on several small islands off the coast of WA. Billions needed to protect Glasgow from climate effects, report says Nearly 2 million people living in the greater Glasgow area face severe disruption from climate heating unless billions of pounds are invested in protecting homes, businesses and transport links, a report says. A study on the impacts of climate change on the Clyde area estimates about 140,000 of its poorest residents will be the worst affected by increased heatwaves, flash floods and droughts, as they are the least equipped to cope. The report from Climate Ready Clyde, a coalition of 15 councils, universities, the NHS and infrastructure bodies, has been published as Glasgow prepares to host the Cop26 global climate talks in November. It estimates there is already a funding shortfall of at least £184m a year to begin retrofitting homes and offices for heatwaves, defending roads and rail links against flooding and storms, and planting 18m trees to absorb higher temperatures and rainfall over coming decades.

Is one vaccine dose enough if you’ve had COVID? What the science says Many people who’ve been infected with the coronavirus might be able to safely skip the second jab of any two-dose vaccine regimen, a growing number of studies suggest. These results could help to stretch scarce vaccine supplies and are already influencing vaccination policies in some countries. But questions remain about whether the findings hold for all individuals and all vaccines — and therefore how policymakers should respond to the findings. Studies show that people with previous exposure to SARS-CoV-2 tend to mount powerful immune responses to single shots, and gain little added benefit from another injection1,2,3. What’s more, for people with immunity gained through infection, one dose typically boosts antibody numbers to levels that are equal to, or often greater than, those found in individuals who have not been infected and have received double doses4. Just one jab

CRISPR injected into the blood treats a genetic disease for first time The gene editor CRISPR excels at fixing disease mutations in lab-grown cells. But using CRISPR to treat most people with genetic disorders requires clearing an enormous hurdle: getting the molecular scissors into the body and having it slice DNA in the tissues where it’s needed. Now, in a medical first, researchers have injected a CRISPR drug into the blood of people born with a disease that causes fatal nerve and heart disease and shown that in three of them it nearly shut off production of toxic protein by their livers. Although it’s too soon to know whether the CRISPR treatment will ease the symptoms of the disease, known as transthyretin amyloidosis, the preliminary data reported today are generating excitement about what could be a one-time, lifelong treatment. “These are stunning results,” says gene editing researcher and cardiologist Kiran Musunuru of the University of Pennsylvania, who was not involved in the trial. “It exceeds all my expectations.”

Petite histoire de Rubella Virus, RuV à l'heure de la Covid-19 - Citizen4Science Par Marie Bayle-Normand, Docteur en chimie, co-fondatrice de Citizen4Science Et si on changeait de sujet ? Aujourd’hui je vais vous parler d’un virus et de la maladie qu’il cause, auxquels personne ne pense et pourtant ils méritent notre attention, surtout en ce moment. Vous êtes prêts ? Coronavirus (COVID-19) latest insights Hospital admissions of COVID-19-confirmed patients in England increased by 29% to 5.88 per 100,000 people in the week ending 18 July 2021. The rates increased across all age groups in the latest week. Hospital admissions increased in all English regions, except for London, where they are at a similar level to the previous week. The largest increase was in the North East. Data on hospital admissions presented here are collected by Public Health England and available on the GOV.UK coronavirus dashboard and national flu and COVID-19 surveillance reports.