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Human brain development tied to gene

By | August 16, 2006

Altered RNA may help tell the story of how human brains evolved from chimps

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Editors warn of, but don't retract, implant study

By | August 14, 2006

Unusual move receives support from critics of troubled paper suggesting breast implants may increase body levels of platinum

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New misfolding mechanism spotted

By | August 14, 2006

Study reports a generalized means of upsetting RNA translation, causing misfolded proteins -- and, possibly, neurodegeneration

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Capturing humanity on film

By | August 11, 2006

Microencephalics provide clues to what separates humans from apes, according to scientist hosting a new documentary

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UK to review PhD visa vetting

By | August 11, 2006

Decision raises concerns the government will strengthen restrictions on foreign-born students

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Commensal bacteria damage host DNA

By | August 10, 2006

Both pathogenic and good bacteria produce toxins that break eukaryotic DNA

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Tumor cells spread canine cancer

By | August 10, 2006

Oldest known cancer cell line originated in ancestral dogs and spreads via tumor cells

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U.S. shortens list of bio-agro applicants

By | August 10, 2006

Department of Homeland Security cuts 29 proposed sites for new facility to just 18

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Gene evolution reversed

By | August 8, 2006

Primordial vertebrate gene reconstructed by fusing its descendants

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Jonathan Spicehandler dies

By | August 8, 2006

Former chairman of Schering-Plough was one of the first to dive into recombinant DNA technology, helped develop interferon

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