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Allobates femoralis Männchen rufen lautstark, um den Besitz ihres Territoriums anzuzeigen. Foto © Elena Haeler  10

Territory defence in poison frogs: experience pays off  10

Experience makes the difference. That’s the main finding of a recently published study led by a research team from the Vetmeduni Vienna on the...

(Web-Redaktion on 05/13/2020)

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Novel therapy against aggressive, poor-prognosis blood cancer  11

Acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) is an aggressive blood cancer that affects people of all ages. In cases with a particularly poor prognosis, AML is...

(Web-Redaktion on 05/06/2020)

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Sexual conflicts in ducks – an evolutionary arms race  12

Until now, the going assumption for ducks (Anatidae) was "large penis, forced copulation, large eggs". A current study led by the Konrad Lorenz...

(Web-Redaktion on 04/27/2020)

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Hausmaus (Mus musculus musculus), Foto © Bettina Wernisch/Vetmeduni Vienna  13

Mice sing with long and complex calls when they are genetically unrelated to each other and reproduce faster  13

Mice often vocalize in the ultrasonic range when exposed to a conspecific or their odor, and these vocalizations are often assumed to attract mating...

(Web-Redaktion on 04/20/2020)

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New insights into immune cell biology relevant for treating human disease  14

New findings by researchers from the Technical University of Denmark Department of Health Technology (DTU Health Tech), in collaboration with...

(Web-Redaktion on 04/16/2020)

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