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DNA repair mapped, systems-wide

By | May 19, 2006

Scientists use sweeping approach to generate map of interconnected cellular responses to DNA damage

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NIH sued by Boston biolab foes

By | May 19, 2006

Group claims agency violated federal law in choosing densely populated site for new biocontainment facility

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The Hobbit: Human after all?

By | May 19, 2006

Scientists wage ongoing debate over tiny hominid's origins in Science

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Ancient human and chimps mixed

By | May 18, 2006

Findings of interbreeding could help broaden conventional thinking regarding origins of species

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More applicants for US bio-agro lab

By | May 17, 2006

List grows to 29; some nearby communities voice mixed reactions

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Supreme Court won't hear Butler case

By | May 17, 2006

Plague researcher looking for scientific job in US or Europe

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Open access brings more citations

By | May 16, 2006

Analysis of PNAS articles suggests that open access papers are cited more heavily than subscription-based articles

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Statins stop tumor cells

By | May 16, 2006

Cholesterol or other sterols are critical for sonic hedgehog signaling, medullablastoma

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Support for Golgi maturation theory

By | May 15, 2006

Two studies demonstrate that individual Golgi cisternae mature from early to late, potentially resolving long debate

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Feeding regulated by mTOR signaling

By | May 12, 2006

Amino acids and leptin use mammalian target of rapomycin (mTOR) pathway to control feeding circuits in the brain

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