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Embryonic stem lines unstable

By | September 6, 2005

Genomic changes could render federally appointed lines unusable therapeutically, says Nature Genetics report

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Linking microRNA to hepatitis C

By | September 2, 2005

Liver-specific microRNA facilitates replication of the virus, study in Science shows

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Chimp papers by the barrel

By | September 1, 2005

Sequence comparisons give most detailed look to date of chimpanzee-human differences

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NIH eases ethics rules

By | August 26, 2005

Stock ownership allowed but ban on consulting for biotech and drug companies remains

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German candidates debate science

By | August 23, 2005

Education and research minister reverses herself on stem cell law and criticizes potential successor

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Insects may have complex immunity

By | August 19, 2005

Thanks to alternate splicing of Dscam, they could possess up to 18,000 immune receptors

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New function for telomerase?

By | August 18, 2005

The enzyme promotes resting stem cells to proliferate, without extending telomeres, study shows

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Canadian MP misrepresents data

By | August 12, 2005

Neuroscientist says his studies of a company's nutraceutical did not show the results claimed

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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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