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Triterpenoid acids isolated from Schinus terebinthifolia fruits reduce Staphylococcus aureus virulence and abate dermonecrosis

We report the isolation and identification of three compounds from 430D-F5 that reduce virulence and abate dermonecrosis: 3-oxo-olean-12-en-28-oic acid, 3-oxotirucalla-7,24Z-dien-26-oic acid and 3α-hydroxytirucalla-7,24 Z-dien-27-oic acid. Compound 3 showed the most potent anti-virulence activity against S. aureus in vitro, while compound 2 exhibited the greatest level of protection from dermonecrosis in vivo. Read More: nature.com

‘The Tesla grand vision is coming into light!’

TESLA HAS A NEW PRODUCT: AUTOBIDDER, A STEP TOWARD BECOMING AN ELECTRIC UTILITY: Tesla aims to eventually become a massive distributed electric utility, and we’ve now learned of a new product, Autobidder, which appears to be the next step in that direction. Tesla has developed software to control those energy assets, and now we’ve learned of a new one: Autobidder. Read More: electrek.co

Abundant element to power small devices

Researchers have found a way to convert heat energy into electricity with a nontoxic material. A generator based on this material could power small devices such as remote sensors or wearable devices. Read More: u-tokyo.ac.jp

‘Personal favorite now for families: Free all home malware, adult content filtering’

INTRODUCING 1.1.1.1 FOR FAMILIES: Introducing 1.1.1.1 for Families – the easiest way to add a layer of protection to your home network and protect it from malware and adult content. 1.1.1.1 for Families is easy to set up and install, requiring just changing two numbers in the settings of your home devices or network router: your primary DNS and your secondary DNS. Setting up 1.1.1.1 for Families usually takes less than a minute and we’ve provided instructions for common devices and routers through the installation guide. Read More: blog.cloudflare.com

Blood test ‘can check for more than 50 types of cancer’

A simple blood test can check for more than 50 types of cancer, often before any signs or symptoms, scientists say. The researchers, from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School, working with UK colleagues from The Francis Crick Institute and University College London, tested more than 4,000 samples from patients – some with and some without cancer. Read More: bbc.com

All-purpose enzymes boost CRISPR’s powers

Because vaccine-derived polio outbreaks are becoming more probable over time, a new oral vaccine that doesn’t mutate easily is needed, the researchers say. The researchers found that the debris interacted with the atmosphere to form a dense dust cloud that raced over Earth at several kilometres per second. Read More: nature.com