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Preparing for infection

By | February 2, 2011

Plants can predict when common pathogens are most likely to invade and arm themselves for the fight

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The iPSC-ESC gap

By | February 2, 2011

Human cells reprogrammed into multipotent stem cells display fundamental differences from true embryonic stem cells

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New metastasis marker found

By | February 1, 2011

A new molecular predictor of cancer-spread adds to a growing list of biomarkers that could improve treatment

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Gut microbes influence behavior

By | January 31, 2011

Mice lacking normal gut bacteria show differences in brain development and behavior

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Top 7 in medicine

By | January 31, 2011

A snapshot of the most highly ranked articles in medicine and related areas, from Faculty of 1000

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Behavior brief

By | January 28, 2011

A round up of recent discoveries in behavior research

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Research at recess

By | January 28, 2011

A gaggle of British primary school children has published important findings on bee behavior

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Gene swap key to evolution

By | January 27, 2011

Horizontal gene transfer accounts for the majority of prokaryotic protein evolution

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Dad's genes affect dominance

By | January 26, 2011

Researchers find that the paternal alleles of an unusual imprinted gene regulate social behavior, while the maternal alleles affect fetal growth

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New circadian timer?

By | January 26, 2011

Researchers identify a metabolic pathway that appears to maintain its own 24-hour cycle, challenging the traditional view of a purely transcription-driven biological clock

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