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First dog cloned

By | August 3, 2005

South Korean team overcomes challenges of canine cloning to create Snuppy

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New oocytes from bone marrow?

By | July 28, 2005

US researchers report that in mice, a stem cell reservoir in marrow can replenish ovaries

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Did bitter tasters do better?

By | July 26, 2005

Genetic clues suggest distinguishing bitter natural toxins was advantageous in human evolution

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Novel angiogenesis mechanism

By | July 18, 2005

Tumor stimulation of blood vessel growth may involve the Notch pathway, researchers show

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How mtDNA mutations cause aging

By | July 15, 2005

Apoptosis, not oxidative damage from free radicals, drives process, according to Science study

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Actin moves chromosomes

By | July 14, 2005

Surprise findings from starfish oocytes address key questions about cell division

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How epigenetics affects twins

By | July 7, 2005

In genetically identical siblings, DNA methylation and histone acetylation correlate with age and lifestyle

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Rat olfaction molded early

By | July 7, 2005

Study in newborn rodents shows how first exposure to smells alters synaptic development

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Reverse vaccinology for group B strep

By | July 5, 2005

Strategy results in successful mouse vaccine, and finds that bacterium contains pili structures

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Bacterial proteins on the move

By | July 1, 2005

Cell surface materials passed via direct contact can restart the engines of stalled myxococci

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