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Bacteria genome switch-a-roo

By | June 28, 2007

New genome transplantation technique works in bacteria, and could ultimately enable synthetic biology

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Few genes underlie most microRNAs

By | June 28, 2007

Most microRNAs are not tissue-specific and many are expressed at trace levels, says new mammalian atlas

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Gender-specific fitness?

By | June 27, 2007

Study finds that reproductively successful males have unsuccessful daughters

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Darwin hits dating

By | June 22, 2007

Web sites attract beautiful people who use "natural selection" to eliminate the imperfect

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What is visfatin?

By | June 22, 2007

The cytokine is at the center of a retraction dispute

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Who is Robert Cooksey?

By | June 21, 2007

Father-in-law of now-infamous extensively drug-resistant TB patient studies tuberculosis at the CDC, and is now under review by the agency

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deCODE lawsuit settled

By | June 19, 2007

The Icelandic research firm reaches a compromise in suit alleging former employees stole trade secrets when they left for academia

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New site pits 'published' vs. 'posted'

By | June 19, 2007

Nature Precedings raises questions over the value of sharing findings before submitting to peer review

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Plants, animals share signaling system

By | June 19, 2007

Endosome-mediating signaling occurs not just in animals, a finding that may ultimately turn back the clock on estimates of when this system evolved

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PLoS journal retracts phylogenetics paper

By | June 18, 2007

Computational Biology journal pulls paper about estimating the accuracy of phylogenetic trees, in what colleagues deem an exemplary process

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