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Genotype and violence

By | August 2, 2002

A functional polymorphism correlates with the development of antisocial behavior in maltreated children.

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Growing up baby oocytes

By | August 2, 2002

Primitive murine fetal oocytes can differentiate into competent oocytes.

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How Golgi grows

By | August 1, 2002

New Golgi is derived from autonomous replication from an existing Golgi structure.

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MPs report on UK's Royal Society

By | August 1, 2002

MPs say Royal Society offers good value but must be more transparent and guard against elitism

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NIH could face reorganization

By | August 1, 2002

National Academy of Sciences committee considers eliminating and regrouping institutes

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Runt repression

By | August 1, 2002

A genetic screen in flies demonstrates a distinction between the establishment and maintenance of transcriptional repression.

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Keeping innate immunity at bay

By | July 31, 2002

The mammalian kinase IRAK-M is a negative regulator of Toll-like receptor signaling and controls potentially harmful inflammatory immune reactions.

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Royal Society's Royal Medal Winners 2002

By | July 31, 2002

Suzanne Cory, Raymond Freeman and Sir Richard Peto are awarded the 2002 Royal Medals.

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Anti-terrorism science agenda examined

By | July 30, 2002

Experts cite funding benefits but worry that open access to research could be compromised.

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Genome to Life grants awarded

By | July 30, 2002

US Department of Energy gives $103 million for study of microbial systems biology and bugs that could help environment.

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