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A single gene drives endocrine pancreatic development

By | February 15, 2001

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B help surgeons?

By | February 15, 2001

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Inflammatory bowel disease linkage with chromosome 3p

By | February 15, 2001

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GM crops not likely to become 'super-weeds'

By | February 14, 2001

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Why too much sex isn't good in the long run

By | February 14, 2001

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Pneumococcal vaccine protects children from otitis

By | February 13, 2001

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Pressure for cheaper AIDS drugs increases

By | February 13, 2001

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The cause of proteinuria in polycystic kidney disease

By | February 13, 2001

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The Celera paper: sequencing by random shotgun cloning

By | February 13, 2001

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The Human Genome Consortium paper: sequencing by collaborative mapping

By | February 13, 2001

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