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Like remdesivir, favipiravir works by mimicking a building block of the virus’s genetic material, RNA.
It also focuses more on content about staycations, or recipes one can cook to mimic being someplace new.
That observing setup mimicked the way astronomers plan to probe the atmospheres of Earthlike exoplanets as they pass in front of their stars, filtering out some starlight.
Next, clinicians should look for other explanations, conditions that could mimic brain death but are actually reversible.
The multimedia brand mimics the experience of Wolfe Pereira and his co-founders, all of whom grew up in multicultural households.
By mimicking these properties, scientists reasoned, we could potentially turbo-charge computing.
They are therefore doing something more than just mimicking the sounds and actions of the humans around them.
The latest such chip is smaller than a piece of confetti and has tens of thousands of artificial synapses made out of memristors—chip components that can mimic their natural counterparts in the brain.
They tested the technology with various ions and were successfully able to mimic the ion transport done by the kidneys.
Now researchers have found a way to mimic its structure and create an artificial eye that reproduces many of its capabilities.

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