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Leukemia in Down syndrome X-linked

By | August 12, 2002

A shortened GATA1 can lead to acute megakaryoblastic leukemia in Down syndrome children

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Revised Th1 memory model

By | August 12, 2002

memory cell generation

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Small molecule microarrays

By | August 12, 2002

Microarrays with small molecules can be used for activity-based profiling of protein function

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Bone-marrow cells repair ischaemic legs

By | August 9, 2002

Autologous implantation of bone marrow mononuclear cells could treat chronic limb ischaemia

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Human variation

By | August 9, 2002

A genome-wide study provides evidence for recombination 'hot spots' in the human genome that influence genetic variation

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PTEN guards against breast cancer

By | August 9, 2002

The loss of the phosphatase PTEN in mice leads to precocious neoplasia in the mammary gland

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US stem cell rules clarified

By | August 9, 2002

A year after Bush ruling, scientists quietly work around ban by keeping research dollars strictly separate

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Appetite's third way

By | August 8, 2002

is released from the gut postprandially and reduces the feeling of hunger

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High affinity IL-2 inhibitor

By | August 8, 2002

"Tethering" technology yields small molecule antagonist of difficult target

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Cellular genomics

By | August 7, 2002

Fluorescence probe microscopy allows simultaneous monitoring of several genes in single cells

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