How We Sense the Heat of Chili Peppers and the Cool of Menthol [Excerpt] – Scientific American

Scientific AmericanHow We Sense the Heat of Chili Peppers and the Cool of Menthol [Excerpt]Scientific AmericanThis is why eucalyptus extract is often used in soothing skin creams, mouthwash, and throat lozenges. TRP function ….. These temperature response curves were generated through artificial expression of TRPM8 from a frog, a rat, and a chicken. Adapted …

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Caribbean blues: Mosquito virus is sickening more travelers

Thousands of travelers to the Caribbean and nearby regions are coming home with an unwanted souvenir: a mosquito-borne virus that recently settled there. "Thinks she has chicken virus??" the mystified staff wrote on the medical chart after interviewing the patient. Since it spread from Asia and Africa in late 2013, chikungunya has infected a million people in the Caribbean, Latin America and …

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