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UK science budget to rise

By | July 15, 2002

There's good news for UK scientists in the Comprehensive Spending Review announced on Monday by the government.

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Genome SCORE

By | July 12, 2002

A computer algorithm can find transcriptional enhancers by searching for clusters of binding sites in the genome.

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Improving anti-tumor immunity

By | July 12, 2002

Targeting of tumor antigen to Fc receptors on dendritic cells can induce delayed type hypersensitivity and efficient tumor immunity.

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The diversity game

By | July 12, 2002

Localized interactions that mimic the game 'rock-paper-scissors' promote real-life biodiversity.

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US council: no cloning

By | July 12, 2002

President's Council on Bioethics recommends moratorium on therapeutic cloning, ban on reproductive cloning.

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ADAM gene linked to asthma

By | July 11, 2002

gene are associated with asthma and bronchial hyperresponsiveness.

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Most spermatozoa are altruistic

By | July 11, 2002

Sperm from a single individual cooperate and help each other to advance faster to the ova.

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Tethering elements

By | July 10, 2002

provide evidence for promoter-proximal tethering elements that regulate interaction with distant enhancers.

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Efficient monoclonal death

By | July 9, 2002

Monoclonal antibodies can efficiently induce programmed death of malignant lymphoid cells.

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RNAi in adult mice

By | July 9, 2002

RNA interference has been used to silence gene expression in living mice.

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