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New research on myelination by UB scientists reveals a pathway
and a possible therapeutic option.
Many contributors to patient satisfaction are beyond the
physician’s control, a UB study found.
Analyzing 80 genomes of the iconic tree uncovered genetic
secrets that are of value to the wood and paper industries.
Job seekers who stay in the search longer or see their peers
getting hired are more likely to falsify their
résumés, a UB study has found.
The UB study of “long-term nonprogressors” —
those who survive without therapy — could lead to new meds
for people with the virus.
A study by UB researcher Matthew Grizzard helps explain why we
feel good about fictional characters who do bad things.
The breakthrough by UB physicists involves controlling energy
levels between electron valleys in 2-D semiconductors.
UB researchers have reproduced brain oscillations that
characterize the disease, a breakthrough that could speed
development of new treatments.
People who link their self-worth to financial success are more
vulnerable to negative psychological consequences, a UB study has
Selective exposure to political ideas increases political
polarization, UB communication prof Ivan Dylko says.
Experiencing worst-case scenarios before hospital discharge
helps reduce anxiety in parents of premature babies, a UB study has
A UB-led study of postmenopausal women finds that those at
highest genetic risk of broken bones benefit most from hormone
An editorial by UB professor Andrew Talal describes innovations
in HCV treatment among people with substance abuse disorders.
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