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Long-term cocaine use modifies neural circuits in the brain’s reward pathway, making a steady intake of the drug necessary for the circuits to operate normally.
Last week, you were playing a modified version of “The Price is Right.”
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Though Android is “open source,” meaning it can be freely used and modified, the DOJ argues that Google nonetheless effectively forces device makers to use its own version of Android, which gives prominent placement to Google’s search services.
The California-based firm’s burgers debuted in mainland China at the International Import Expo in Shanghai last November, but the company hasn’t yet received regulatory approval to sell its products, which contain genetically modified yeast.
If you do not need the extreme capability a heavily modified SUV like ours offers, then drive something more suitable to your life.
Democrats and Republicans said they would seek bipartisan support to modify the state’s defense system.
These images of a Venus flytrap genetically modified to glow show that calcium levels in the plant’s trap surge and then start to fade after one of its sensory hairs is tapped.
The team used fish that had been genetically modified to have lymphatic vessels that fluoresce orange under certain conditions, with skeletons and scales that glow blue.
The two teams are locked in a legal dispute over a patent for the gene-modifying technique.
Eventually, says Bean, a better knowledge of the virus and its infectious dose will allow HVAC experts and environmental engineers to modify spaces.

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