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A primitive energy pathway in fungus

By | April 27, 2005

L. maculans

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How birds keep secrets in color

By | April 27, 2005

Songbird plumage reflects UV light, but is less obvious to avian predators

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Same-sex fungi can mate

By | April 26, 2005

C. neoformans' sexual cycle could shed light on the evolution from asexuality to sex

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Human RNA silences viral DNA

By | April 22, 2005

MicroRNA plays an unexpected role in the process, researchers report in Science

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Prion hypothesis proven?

By | April 21, 2005

In vitro infectivity study in Cell stirs tempest in a test tube

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New model of leukocyte arrest

By | April 18, 2005

Paper suggests chemokines stop lymphocytes in a fraction of a second, faster than previously thought

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Mouse, fly wound repair linked

By | April 15, 2005

Reports suggest common control factors for the healing of mammal skin and insect cuticle

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Improving adenovirus vaccines

By | April 4, 2005

Including the target in the viral capsid allows immune boost against Pseudomonas

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Zinc finger nucleases correct genes

By | April 4, 2005

Technique used successfully for IL2R-gamma receptor, mutated in X-linked SCID

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Eda controls stickleback armor

By | March 28, 2005

Finding reinforces idea that small genetic changes control widespread and major evolution

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