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Down syndrome traced to one gene

By | July 6, 2006

Impairments in signaling and transport of neurotrophins, not a lack of the brain chemicals, could underlie neurodegerative diseases

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Retrovirus invading koalas

By | July 6, 2006

Insertion-in-process provides firsthand look at how retroviruses get incorporated into genomes

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Mice show evidence of empathy

By | June 30, 2006

Adults become more sensitive to pain after watching other mice in pain, the first sign of empathy in non-primate mammals

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Prion deadliness tied to division

By | June 29, 2006

Strain virulence in yeast stems from ability to divide, not grow, new study suggests

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UK research to be open access

By | June 28, 2006

In a long-awaited policy, RCUK mandates that all research it funds should be made freely available

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Big renovations at NY biolab

By | June 27, 2006

$30 million expansion and upgrade fuels speculation about how long aging Plum Island facility will stay open

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RNAi ? a new targeted silencer?

By | June 27, 2006

Gene silencing causes marked behavior changes, may help map brain circuitry

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More Europeans back biotech

By | June 26, 2006

Survey shows EU citizens support stem cell research, but are still very negative about GM foods

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Royal Society tries open access

By | June 22, 2006

Britain's national science academy has been one of the most vocal critics of making papers freely available

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USDA bans Florida citrus

By | June 22, 2006

Critics charge the decision -- to prevent the spread of citrus canker -- has no scientific basis

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