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Cloning like rabbits

By | April 9, 2002

French scientists have succeeded in generating cloned rabbits by nuclear transfer.

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The danger of misfolded proteins

By | April 9, 2002

Protein folding intermediates are cytotoxic, independent of cell damage caused by mature folded proteins.

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Thick skinned

By | April 9, 2002

Lipoid proteinosis is caused by mutations in the extracellular matrix protein 1 gene on chromosome 1q21.

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BAC to BAC

By | April 8, 2002

Spotting modified DNA directly onto untreated glass surfaces offers an efficient system for identifying genomic abnormalities in tumor samples.

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Bop controls ventricle formation

By | April 8, 2002

encodes a muscle-restricted protein essential for cardiac differentiation and right ventricle morphogenesis.

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primase inhibitors may treat herpes

By | April 8, 2002

primase inhibitors are orally available drugs active against herpes simplex virus.

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Send in the clones

By | April 8, 2002

The US patent office has waded in to the dispute over who was first to develop cloning technology.

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Gene therapy rebuilds immunity and its image

By | April 5, 2002

Researchers at Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital strengthen the case for gene therapy as a treatment for immunodeficiencies.

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New vaccine hopes for cancer

By | April 5, 2002

Tumor cells covered with a T cell ligand-mimicking antibody fragment can initiate their own destruction.

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The genome that feeds the world

By | April 5, 2002

Two independent groups report draft sequences of the rice genome.

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