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Retinoic acid may control germ cells

By Charles Choi | March 31, 2006

Studies in Science and PNAS may overturn dogma of genetically programmed fates for gonadal cells

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Readers respond

By Ray Greek, Andrew N. Rowan, Chuck Kristensen, Rodger D. Curren, Alan M. Goldberg, Vicky Robinson, Baroness Perry, Stuart Derbyshire | March 29, 2006

More feedback from our readers about a columnist?s cry to abandon the ?three Rs? in animal research

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UK knowledge transfer found lacking

By Stephen Pincock | March 29, 2006

Upcoming report says Research Councils don?t do a good job of sharing fruits of research with the larger community

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EU stem cell funding in jeopardy?

By Ned Stafford | March 28, 2006

A handful of nations seek a ban even in countries where the research is legal

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UK university chemistry plan criticized

By Stephen Pincock | March 28, 2006

Committee of politicians says something must be done to strengthen oversight of university science

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Getting omega-3s from pigs

By Melissa Lee Phillips | March 27, 2006

Researchers clone transgenic pigs that produce high levels of fatty acids found in oily fish

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RNAi works in monkeys

By Charles Choi | March 27, 2006

Apparent absence of toxicity and persistence of silencing may bode well for humans

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How oxygen changed metabolism

By Melissa Lee Phillips | March 24, 2006

Organisms used one of four basic types of metabolic networks after oxygen appeared on Earth

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Regulatory DNAs may be missed

By Charles Choi | March 24, 2006

Nonconserved, noncoding regulatory sequences could be new mutation targets

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Britain doing well in biological sciences

By Stephen Pincock | March 23, 2006

New report shows UK scientists have higher impact in pre-clinical and biological research

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