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Clues to how B cells establish affinity

By | May 5, 2006

Spread-and-contract mechanism allows B lymphocytes to gather high-affinity antigens

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Sexual selection alternative slammed

By | May 5, 2006

Biologists write to Science to defend the theory of sexual selection

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Enzyme gives fat cells room to grow

By | May 4, 2006

Collagen-clearer is necessary for adipocyte development -- but only in vivo

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Australia debates therapeutic cloning

By | May 3, 2006

Scientists urge the government to act on recommendations to allow somatic cell nuclear transfer

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Oxidation drives SNPs, recombination

By | May 2, 2006

Spontaneous oxidative DNA damage appears to induce genetic changes, fueling human diversity

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BioMedCentral faces angry editors

By | May 1, 2006

Open access publisher says complaints are part of growing pains

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No role for neurogenesis in enrichment?

By | May 1, 2006

Link between new neuron growth and environmental enrichment-facilitated behavioral effects questioned in new mouse study

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MtDNA not marker of population size

By | April 28, 2006

Mitochondrial genetic diversity may be influenced by natural selection, undermining its utility for population genetics research

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Pathogens put squeeze on Florida citrus industry

By | April 27, 2006

Government seeks new solutions after giving up on eradication of bacterial disease

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UK: optimism over new regulator

By | April 27, 2006

British researchers hope the new Human Tissue Authority won't hinder vital research

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