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Shelter for a parasite

Today’s Open Access File of the Day depicts the snail Biomphalaria glabrata, important for its role as an intermediate host to the parasite Schistosoma mansoni that causes schistosomiasis.     Cropped and retouched from Fig. 1 of the article The NIH-NIAID Schistosomiasis Resource Center, … Continue reading

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How would you illustrate the difference between humans and chimps?

A paper in PLoS Biology came out in 2005 with the following abstract: Since the divergence of humans and chimpanzees about 5 million years ago, these species have undergone a remarkable evolution with drastic divergence in anatomy and cognitive abilities. … Continue reading

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To retouch or not to retouch, that is the question

Today’s Open Access File of the Day has been retouched and may well be the first in the series to have undergone such treatment – another form of reuse enabled by the use of open licenses when publishing articles. The original image … Continue reading

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