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Flu-drug flap

By | November 10, 2009

Disagreement over how older influenza drugs stop the virus is stymieing efforts to find new compounds

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Designed proteins debunked?

By | October 12, 2009

New study calls into question further research from Duke biochemist Homme Hellinga

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iPhone apps every biologist needs

By | October 9, 2009

Peruse a PhD student's top 10 smart phone applications that boost his efficiency and speed his research

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Beware distant dust

By | September 30, 2009

Dust and other disturbers of air quality are traveling vast distances to affect the health of people worldwide, says a new report

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Top innovations of 2009?

By | September 15, 2009

Last chance to submit entries to our annual contest for innovative life science technologies -- contest closes today, September 15

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Cannabinoid controversy

By | September 10, 2009

Receptors that bind the active ingredient in marijuana may be novel therapeutic targets in autoimmune disease, but contested evidence for their presence on neurons could hamper drug development

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Viral cause for prostate cancer?

By | September 7, 2009

Prostate cancer is increasingly looking like an infectious disease, a new study shows, and may be sexually transmitted

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Viral cause for prostate cancer?

By | September 7, 2009

Prostate cancer is increasingly looking like an infectious disease, a new study shows, and may be sexually transmitted

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Rising Plague

By | August 27, 2009

The author of a new book on the antibiotic resistance crisis entreats scientific and lay communities for help in the quest for new weapons

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First fix for mitochondrial diseases

By | August 26, 2009

Researchers replace defective mitochondrial genomes with healthy ones in monkey embryos—a technique that could be used to prevent children from inheriting a variety of incurable genetic diseases caused by defective mitochondrial genes.

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