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One child, two fathers -- marmoset-style

By | March 27, 2007

Twin marmosets routinely exchange stem cells that end up in a range of tissues, even sometimes passing a sibling's genes onto offspring

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Special Feature: Participate in our stem cell cloning discussion

By | March 27, 2007

The deadline for contributing your comments on how to shape our next feature on stem cell research is fast approaching, we need to hear from you by May 1st

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Calif. stem cell grant raises concerns

By | March 26, 2007

Public interest groups criticize decision to award CHA Regenerative Medicine Institute nearly $3 million

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Stem cell funding in the NY pipeline

By | March 26, 2007

New York state legislators attempt to devise a budget and wrestle with conflicting language

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Designing a disease -- and its drug

By | March 23, 2007

An artist creates a drug called Havidol. Say the drug's name out loud, and you get her point

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Felix Bronner: biologist and painter

By | March 23, 2007

A professor emeritus known for his work with calcium takes time to execute nearly 1,000 paintings

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New clues to why we see red

By | March 22, 2007

Mice engineered to express a human photopigment gene show trichromatic vision, a process that may replicate the evolution of primate sensory systems

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Vitamin B12 synthesis exposed

By | March 21, 2007

Researchers observe an unusual enzyme and mechanism of action in the final steps of making B12

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'Looming crisis' from NIH budget

By | March 20, 2007

Four years of flat funding causing major shifts in US biomedical research, university officials and senior scientists warn Congress

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Anti-malaria genes give mosquitoes an edge

By | March 20, 2007

Transgenic mosquitoes resistant to malaria infection outcompete normal mosquitoes when feeding on infected blood

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