Chromosomal shattering cures genetic disease, brain’s ode to Turing, and other stories

A catastrophic chromosomal event cures a patient of her rare immunodeficiency disease; a new theory on what drives self-control; a surprising link between weaning and beta cell division; and evidence that our brain’s approach to reaching decisions is similar to Alan Turing’s approach to code breaking. Enjoy highlights from new research appearing in Cell Press’s 32 journals. —> Read More Here


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