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Epigenetics lives on in clones

By | February 2, 2005

Genes active at time of Xenopus nuclei transfer are also overexpressed in cloned embryos

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Fat pathway clarified

By | January 31, 2005

PGC-1beta is a key link between fatty diets and serum triglyceride and cholesterol levels

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How RNA polymerase moves

By | January 28, 2005

The molecule appears to shift along nucleic acid using a ratchet system, researchers report

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Opsin mediates circadian clock

By | January 28, 2005

Research shows that melanopsin acts as a bistable pigment in vertebrate ganglion

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Giardia's sex life revealed

By | January 26, 2005

The protist has homologs of proteins with crucial roles in meiosis, researchers show

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Pokemon's cancer role revealed

By | January 20, 2005

Important new insights into neoplastic development provided by report in Nature

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Enzyme governs nerve polarity

By | January 18, 2005

Teams in China and Japan show how glycogen synthase kinase 3 regulates axon, dendrite growth

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Natural selection in humans

By | January 17, 2005

A chromosomal inversion conveys a reproductive advantage in Iceland, researchers report

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Expanding the periodic table?

By | January 14, 2005

Researchers create compounds from small clusters of atoms acting like single atoms

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Fungus report stirs debate

By | January 14, 2005

A paper suggesting ancient asexual fungi have more than one genome reignites controversy

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