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The mouse is not enough

By Hannah Waters | February 14, 2011

Early embryonic development differs between mice and cows, suggesting mice may not reflect mammalian development as well as scientists had believed

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Cell division with a twist

By Megan Scudellari | February 10, 2011

Scientists discover a key mechanism in the final stages of human cell division

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Cellular chaos fights infection

By Hannah Waters | February 10, 2011

Blocking RNA degradation in bacteria could help treat Staph infections by overcrowding the microbe with a surplus of transcripts

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Researchers are punks

By Alison McCook | February 10, 2011

The fields of science and punk rock share some surprising similarities, according to the people who love both

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Top 7 worm papers

By Bob Grant | February 10, 2011

In light of this month's feature on parasitic worms used to treat disease, we present a snapshot of the most highly ranked articles in related fields from Faculty of 1000

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Q&A: The protein bias

By Jef Akst | February 9, 2011

New data show that protein research is stuck on a small set of molecules that was hot in the 1990s

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Opinion: On artificial proteins

By Andrew Ellington | February 8, 2011

The surprising functionality of artificial proteins indicates that complex systems may have cryptic phenotypes

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Top 7 in immunology

By Edyta Zielinska | February 8, 2011

A snapshot of the highest-F1000-ranked articles in immunology and related areas

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One species, two hemispheres

By Megan Scudellari | February 7, 2011

Protozoan populations isolated in the North and South poles belong to the same species

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Above a troubled planet

By Bob Grant | February 4, 2011

A film that takes a bird's eye view on the effects of climate change debuts in the United States

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