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Kyoto Prize 2002

By | June 27, 2002

Leroy Hood recognized for his contribution to the development of the technology that enabled rapid genome sequencing.

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Mining myelination

By | June 27, 2002

Expression-profile analysis in Schwann cells identifies genes involved in myelination.

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Short, but sweet

By | June 27, 2002

Short interfering RNAs can inhibit HIV-1 replication and confer intracellular antiviral immunity against poliovirus.

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Adherence to anti-inflammation

By | June 26, 2002

extracellular adherence protein (Eap) is an anti-inflammatory factor that inhibits the recruitment of host leukocytes.

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Aventis Science Book Prizes 2002

By | June 26, 2002

Stephen Hawking announces his return to the literary sphere by winning the 'Science Booker'.

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Cry freedom

By | June 26, 2002

Scientists' ability to publish research and share findings remains under threat from planned UK legislation.

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Human signal peptide peptidase

By | June 26, 2002

Human signal peptide peptidase may represent another family of aspartic proteases that promote intramembrane.

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Responding to loss

By | June 26, 2002

Microarray analysis defines the 'telomerase deletion response' in the absence of telomere maintenance.

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Avalanche of inflations

By | June 25, 2002

Collapsed lungs reinflate by gas avalanches involving large numbers of airways, causing a paradoxical fluctuation in elastance.

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Mosquito microarrays

By | June 25, 2002

Microarrays experiments reveal changes in the mosquito transcriptome in response to infection and stress.

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