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Why Unprecedented Bird Flu Outbreaks Sweeping the World Are concerning Scientists

[Nature News] A highly infectious and deadly strain of avian influenza virus has infected tens of millions of poultry birds across Europe, Asia, Africa and North America. But scientists are particularly concerned about the unprecedented spread in wild birds.

Screening of Organoids Derived from Patients with Breast Cancer Implicates the Repressor NCOR2 in Cytotoxic Stress Response and Antitumor Immunity

[Nature Cancer] High nuclear receptor corepressor 2 (NCOR2) in the tumors of patients with breast cancer predicted chemotherapy refractoriness, tumor recurrence and poor prognosis.

Distinct Accumulation of Nanoplastics in Human Intestinal Organoids

[Science of the Total Environment] By exposing human intestinal organoids to polystyrene nanoplastics with concentrations of 10 and 100 μg/mL, scientists presented evidence of their distinct accumulation in various type cells in intestinal organoids, then causing the cell apoptosis and inflammatory response.