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Distinct Ras requirements

By | August 20, 2002

Ras oncogenesis differs between human and mouse cells.

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Failure for EGFR inhibitor

By | August 20, 2002

AstraZeneca releases disappointing results from trials of Iressa, a promising cancer drug.

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New, tacky oncogenes

By | August 20, 2002

Nr-CAM, a neuronal cell adhesion molecule, plays a role in melanoma and colon cancer.

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Lawyers oppose ban on cloning

By | August 19, 2002

American Bar Association votes to oppose government ban on therapeutic cloning.

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RNA effective against brain cancer

By | August 19, 2002

dependent protein kinase can inhibit glioblastoma growth.

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Small detail makes big difference

By | August 19, 2002

A single amino acid residue largely determines human ABO blood groups.

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Detecting allelic variations in expression

By | August 16, 2002

A new method allows quantitative assessment of allelic variations in gene expression.

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NO and neuronal cell death

By | August 16, 2002

Neuronal apoptosis in stroke is in part mediated by NO-activated matrix metalloproteinases.

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Slow, slow, twitch, twitch, slow

By | August 16, 2002

mediates the change between fast- and slow-twitch muscle fibers.

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Venter in new venture

By | August 16, 2002

A new facility should increase The Institute for Genomic Research's sequencing capacity and lower costs.

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