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Gene expression mapped across mouse brain

By | December 6, 2006

Open-access database covers in situ expression of entire mouse genome in the brain

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Influenza nucleoprotein structure deciphered

By | December 6, 2006

RNA binding site differs significantly from other viruses

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Caloric restriction slows immune aging

By | December 5, 2006

Study finds that calorie-restricted rhesus monkeys have a higher percentage of naïve T cells

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David Kritchevsky dies

By | December 5, 2006

Expert in cholesterol and dietary fats was 86

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Novel viral strategy for evading RNA silencing

By | December 1, 2006

Viral protein blocks RNA silencing in Arabidopsis by inhibiting Argonaute1

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Dispute highlights pitfalls in drug review process

By | November 30, 2006

Aprotinin's safety profile remains in question in absence of full data disclosure

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The Fountain's pen

By | November 30, 2006

Ari Handel trained as a neuroscientist so he could write better films

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Two sides or more

By | November 30, 2006

Gerd Maul's artwork changes from one thing to another in the blink of an eye -- and so does its creator

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Panel recommends changes at Science

By | November 29, 2006

In wake of Hwang scandal, report suggests journal should apply extra scrutiny to papers likely to garner lots of public attention

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Structural variations common in human genome

By | November 22, 2006

At least 12 percent of the genome is made of regions that vary in number across individuals, according to four new papers

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