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New U.S. congress, new stem cell bills

By | January 4, 2007

Details emerge about lawmakers' attempts to expand Federal funding for human embryonic stem cell research

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Retractions unsettle structural bio

By | January 4, 2007

Recent findings upend conclusions from five highly-cited papers

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Chromium paper retracted unfairly, author says

By | December 22, 2006

Co-author of controversial paper denies ghostwriting, demands paper be republished

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Mammography article withdrawal sparks dispute

By | December 22, 2006

Authors of an article critical of mammography believe a scientific opponent forced the retraction

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Smithsonian "discriminated" against scientist

By | December 22, 2006

Officials retaliated after publication of a paper supporting intelligent design, a Congressional report claims

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"Silent" mutations are not always silent

By | December 21, 2006

Mutations leading to identical amino acid sequences can change protein folding and function

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US cancels anthrax vaccine contract

By | December 21, 2006

Government won't have its desired stockpile of recombinant-based vaccine for at least another three years

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DNA damage repair defect unifies theories of aging

By | December 20, 2006

A novel form of progeria shows aging has both DNA damage and genetic components

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Bacterial census of Texas air reveals microbial diversity

By | December 19, 2006

Novel microarray detects 1,800 microbial species in the air above Austin and San Antonio

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New strategy could make cells better transplant candidates

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