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What makes fruit pear-shaped?

By | September 18, 2002

A novel gene regulates the development of pear-shaped tomatoes.

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Data access concerns

By | September 17, 2002

Experts convene at the National Academy of Sciences to discuss restrictions on data access.

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MIAME begets MAGE

By | September 17, 2002

Improved data format debuts but universal microarray repositories still on the horizon.

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"Stemness"

By | September 16, 2002

Transcriptional analysis has identified sets of genes specifically expressed in stem cells.

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Co-discoverer of carbon-14 dies

By | September 16, 2002

Martin Kamen dies aged 89.

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Macaque advocates seek higher status

By | September 16, 2002

NIH genome priorities misplaced, say miffed monkey researchers.

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New body for Swedish biotech

By | September 16, 2002

Until last week, Swedish biotech did not have an industrial body. Now SwedenBIO is its voice.

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Characterizing a stem cell niche

By | September 13, 2002

A functional genomic approach has been used to investigate a stem-cell-supportive stromal cell line.

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High-priority genomes announced

By | September 13, 2002

Politically popular dog and cow make the A-list for US sequencers.

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Methylation and imprinting

By | September 13, 2002

Deletion of a differentially methylated locus affects the imprinting of nearby genes in mice.

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