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Cancer pilfers cell powerhouse

By | January 20, 2011

An atypical form of contagious canine cancer may steal its host's mitochondria when its own succumb to DNA damage

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Controversy on display

By | January 20, 2011

A Canadian art exhibit takes a different look at the ongoing debate surrounding human stem cell research

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Frisky mice produce fertile sons

By | January 20, 2011

When mice mate with multiple partners, their male offspring evolve higher quality sperm

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Amoeba agriculture

By | January 19, 2011

Some slime molds transport and farm the bacteria they eat

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Opinion: Can viruses kill cancer?

By | January 19, 2011

The future of cancer clinical trials may rest with oncolytic viruses

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Top 7 in genetics and genomics

By | January 18, 2011

A snapshot of the most highly ranked articles in genetics and genomics, from Faculty of 1000

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Friends of a feather

By | January 17, 2011

Do our genes influence who we choose as comrades?

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Variety, the spice of immunology

By | January 13, 2011

Can ecologists help immunologists understand how immune responses vary in the wild?

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Fighting noise with noise

By | January 12, 2011

Pairing tones with electrical stimulation of the brain may reverse the constant ringing caused by exposure to loud sound

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Slow sperm prevent inbreeding

By | January 12, 2011

A new mate choice mechanism found in guppies supports an old evolutionary hypothesis

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