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How oxygen changed metabolism

By | March 24, 2006

Organisms used one of four basic types of metabolic networks after oxygen appeared on Earth

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Regulatory DNAs may be missed

By | March 24, 2006

Nonconserved, noncoding regulatory sequences could be new mutation targets

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Britain doing well in biological sciences

By | March 23, 2006

New report shows UK scientists have higher impact in pre-clinical and biological research

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Readers respond

By | March 23, 2006

Reactions to a recent news story calling for a journal to retract antivivisectionist papers

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Hesitations over Hungary?s H5N1 vaccine

By | March 22, 2006

Scientists say data are too preliminary to determine whether or not the vaccine actually works

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Stem cell density highest in Israel

By | March 21, 2006

Israeli scientists published most stem cell articles per capita since 2000, although US produced most in total

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PCRM denied access to research

By | March 20, 2006

Ohio Supreme Court says university does not have to hand over spinal cord injury training videos to animal rights group

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An X chromosome balancing act

By | March 17, 2006

Trio of papers shed light on the molecular mechanisms underpinning dosage compensation of the X chromosome in male fruit flies

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Fetal proteins protect against rejection

By | March 17, 2006

Findings provide new clues to why mothers don?t attack fetal tissue

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CMAJ loses most of its Editorial Board

By | March 16, 2006

Sixteen board members leave the Canadian journal due to ongoing debate over editorial independence

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