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Brain cell origin solved

By | October 21, 2010

Brain macrophages are derived from cells in the embryonic yolk sac, finally solving an ongoing controversy in neuroscience

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Maggot Monets

By | October 21, 2010

A Southeastern Louisiana University researcher uses paintings made by maggots to turn students on to forensic entomology

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New clue in dengue infection

By | October 21, 2010

Researchers uncover an unusual requirement for dengue entry into cells

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Clock affects RNA splicing

By | October 20, 2010

Circadian rhythms regulate the processing of gene transcripts, helping explain the light-dark cycle's effect on physiology

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Rat dad's diet affects pups

By | October 20, 2010

A father's high-fat diet may increase his offspring's risk of diabetes.

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UK scientists dodge bullet

By | October 20, 2010

The government spares research from deep spending cuts, but science could still face consequences

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An electrical switch for cancer?

By | October 19, 2010

A new type of electrically active cell can turn stem cells cancerous from a distance

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Top 7 papers in biochemistry

By | October 19, 2010

Check out the highest F1000-ranked articles in biochemistry and related areas

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Jawless evolution explained

By | October 18, 2010

A new genetic analysis tips the scales to one side of a long-term debate on the evolution of jawless vertebrates

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News in a nutshell

By | October 18, 2010

Hungary spill may be worse than expected; Good citations make good papers; More negative findings for XMRV/chronic fatigue link; National Medals of Science awarded

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