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Fruit bats may be Ebola reservoir

By | December 1, 2005

Researchers find antibody and RNA evidence that three fruit bat species harbor Ebola virus

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Cloned, fertilized embryos look alike

By | November 29, 2005

New report suggests faulty nuclear reprogramming not to blame for trouble with cloning

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Adult stem cell regulator?

By | November 28, 2005

A protein related to RNAi machinery helps control dividing neoblasts

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Helping bacteria use magnets

By | November 21, 2005

Researchers find structures and gene that enable magnetobacteria to navigate Earth's magnetic field

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Scandal forces out Irish science head

By | November 21, 2005

Chief science advisor pushed from the post over questions about where he got his doctorate

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For RNA polymerase, it's one base at a time

By | November 14, 2005

Researchers track functioning enzyme with atomic resolution

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Sibling hormone rivalry

By | November 11, 2005

New appetite-suppressing hormone derives from the same gene as 'hunger hormone' ghrelin

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Cell-death sex differences

By | November 10, 2005

Drosophila gene uses cell death to produce sexually dimorphic neural circuitry

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Worms sniff out harm

By | November 10, 2005

Serotonin signal warns Caenorhabditis elegans of toxic meal

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Beginnings of malaria vaccine?

By | November 8, 2005

Functional assays demonstrate promise of MSP3 target, a potential first step in a long process, according to scientists

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