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Laying down the jaw

By | August 23, 2002

genes in the development of the vertebrate jaw.

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Pleistocene Park?

By | August 23, 2002

Japanese researchers hope to create live woolly mammoths, destined for a theme park.

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Tech giants funding life science

By | August 23, 2002

Gates and Intel money flows into San Francisco area research.

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Enzyme detects and kills anthrax

By | August 22, 2002

Rockefeller University researchers report potential defense and rapid-detection system.

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German biotech disappointed with government

By | August 22, 2002

German biotech industry lobbies government to end discrimination against GM products.

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GM animals could threaten environment

By | August 22, 2002

US NAS report says GM animals pose greater threat to environment than to human health.

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Hear today, gone the day after tomorrow

By | August 22, 2002

Continuous stereocilia remodelling explains the duration of post-concert tinnitus.

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Microsporidial mitochondrial remnants

By | August 22, 2002

Small mitochondria in a human parasite suggest the organelle is needed even when its aerobic respiration function is lost.

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Paternal mitochondrial DNA?

By | August 22, 2002

New evidence suggests that mitochondrial DNA can be paternally inherited.

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Gene therapy monkey business

By | August 21, 2002

New adeno-associated viruses isolated from monkeys may provide safe vectors for gene therapy.

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