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Science retracts highly cited paper

By | June 17, 2005

Study on the causes of childhood illness retracted after author found guilty of falsifying data

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Jumping genes in the brain

By | June 16, 2005

Retrotransposons in neurons could lead to brain differences between individuals

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Circadian regulation of reward

By | June 14, 2005

gene have elevated dopamine transmission in brain's reward pathway

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Toxins harm descendant fertility

By | June 6, 2005

Epigenetic effects of endocrine disruptors pass down four generations in rats

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Alternate cell-death program identified

By | May 31, 2005

Researchers find chemical inhibitor of nonapoptotic programmed cell-death process called 'necroptosis'

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Transcription factor moonlights

By | May 26, 2005

ATF2, which functions in gene regulation, has another job working in DNA damage response

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HIV-1 induces RNA silencing

By | May 17, 2005

Report in Immunity is first of natural siRNAs triggered by the virus

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Plant pest resistance boosted

By | May 17, 2005

New technique increases activity of Bt toxin, but scientists caution it needs safety testing

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Concern over BRCA2 patent

By | May 16, 2005

European geneticists say changes would force them to ask whether women are Ashkenazi Jews

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Catalase extends mouse lifespan

By | May 6, 2005

Targeting the antioxidant enzyme to mitochondria supports the free-radical theory of aging

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