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A programming language for DNA

By | November 15, 2007

Artificial DNA-based circuits could someday program cellular behavior, authors say

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Single parent genes

By | November 15, 2007

An unexpectedly high number of human genes can express just one allele

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Bush vetoes NIH budget increase

By | November 14, 2007

Bill also included provision requiring NIH-funded researchers to submit published papers to an open access database after one year

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Stem cells model disease

By | November 14, 2007

Embryonic stem cell study uncovers mechanism for Fragile X gene mutation

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Vote now for the Best Places to Work as a Postdoc

By | November 12, 2007

Survey closes end of November, so respond today! Your voice could make the difference in your institution's place in the ranking.

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Metabolic theory spat heats up

By | November 8, 2007

Proponents of biological "theory of everything" call for retraction of a critical paper

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Science saves the day!

By | November 8, 2007

An expert in genetics law creates a world in which molecular biology solves crimes

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Surprises in fly genome

By | November 7, 2007

Comparative genome sequencing of 12 Drosophila species reveals new genes, gene structures, and regulators

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Citation Classics: This week in 1977

By | November 5, 2007

A cardiologist recalls his work developing a non-explosive method for protein separation

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NJ to vote on stem cell bond act

By | November 5, 2007

The state decides on $450 million for research

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