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HIF-1alpha hinders mismatch repair

By | March 21, 2005

The infamous hypoxia-induced factor enhances risk of genetic instability, study shows

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Epithelial pathway revealed

By | March 18, 2005

Two reports show how, in Drosophila, DPP controls epithelial cell shape and organization

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Mammals feed off yeast pathway

By | March 18, 2005

Conserved amino acid-sensing mechanism affects eating behavior in rats

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X sequence published

By | March 16, 2005

Report in Nature details disease density of sex chromosome and surprises about X inactivation

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Furor over Wilmut prize

By | March 15, 2005

Dolly cloner is awarded the prestigious Ehrlich prize amid widespread protest in Germany

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Sperm fusion protein identified

By | March 11, 2005

Japanese research opens the door to better understanding of how egg and sperm fuse

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8000 scientists protest

By | March 10, 2005

French researchers strike over government policies - organizers say more will follow

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Fast track to longevity

By | March 7, 2005

Mouse study shows molecular connections between caloric restriction and lifespan extension

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Evidence for organelle origin

By | March 3, 2005

Genetic clues point to 'missing links' between hydrogenosomes and mitochondria

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Males can grow egg cells, too

By | March 1, 2005

Female cells become eggs despite surrounding signals for male development

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