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High-priority genomes announced

By | September 13, 2002

Politically popular dog and cow make the A-list for US sequencers.

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Methylation and imprinting

By | September 13, 2002

Deletion of a differentially methylated locus affects the imprinting of nearby genes in mice.

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Mighty splicing machine

By | September 13, 2002

Proteomic analysis has identified around 145 proteins that are part of the spliceosome machinery.

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New NASA astrobiology chief

By | September 13, 2002

Bruce Runnegar will lead study of life on Earth and beyond.

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Rice knockouts

By | September 13, 2002

Rice genes can be manipulated by homologous recombination.

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Widespread dysregulation in clones

By | September 13, 2002

Nuclear transfer technique is a culprit in causing abnormalities.

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a new tumor suppressor

By | September 12, 2002

A context-dependent tumor suppressor gene rendering cells resistant to malignant transformation.

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GM pacemakers

By | September 12, 2002

Suppression of Kir2 ion channels transforms adult myocytes into a biological pacemaker.

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Immune tolerance prevents stroke

By | September 12, 2002

Induction of mucosal tolerance to E-selectin prevents ischaemic and hemorrhagic stroke.

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New agency could be bad for health

By | September 12, 2002

Serious concerns raised over UK government's haste in setting up new Health Protection Agency.

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