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Natural killers have memory, too

By | April 17, 2006

New findings overturn longstanding dogma, could shed light on mysteries in immunity

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Yeast brew up anti-malarials

By | April 13, 2006

Bioengineers program the microbe to produce artemisinin precursor -- and at potentially lower cost, they argue

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Estrogen alone not to blame in HRT

By | April 12, 2006

Hormone may work with progestin, genetics to raise disease risk

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Nicholas R. Cozzarelli dies

By | April 11, 2006

PNAS editor, pioneer in studying ?protein machines,? was 67

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How receptors insert into cells

By | April 10, 2006

Researchers observe a new mechanism by which receptors enter hippocampal neurons

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Support for mtDNA aging theory

By | April 10, 2006

High levels of mitochondrial DNA deletions likely cause respiratory deficiency in aging substantia nigra, two papers say

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Affirming evolution of complex systems

By | April 7, 2006

Resurrection of 450 million year old protein illustrates how an integrated system evolved in a stepwise fashion

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Asymmetry gene identified

By | April 6, 2006

Unconventional class I myosin motors implicated in establishment of situs inversus

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UK drug trial effects were 'unpredicted'

By | April 6, 2006

Preliminary report suggests neither manufacturing nor dosing issues were to blame for reactions to monoclonal antibody TGN1412

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Readers respond

By | April 5, 2006

Critiques of a recent article arguing that animal researchers face overbearing regulations

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