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I made a thing this morning. It's a Markov text generator of PubMed papers. Messing with PubMed for to make best science.

Here's the tumblr for it, and its twitter.

For the first one I used the seed term "elegans:

Functional genomics, to gain insights into the maternal pool

The recombinant protein could recognize excretory-secretary antigens from Angiostrongylus cantonensis third-stage larvae (L3). Also, the antiserum can recognize larval soluble antigens of L4 coming from mice (nonpermissive host) infected with virulent Legionella strains were exposed to chlorpyrifos. Hence, the loss of ifg-1 p170 mRNA was caspase (ced-3) and apoptosome (ced-4/Apaf-1) dependent. These findings demonstrate that overexpression of mir-84. Mutations in the egg laying-deficient (Egl-d) and hyperactive egg laying (Egl-c). The defect in the nematode C. elegans offers the prospect of being adopted in the CNS of HFD animals possibly contributing to the head and tail.

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