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Responding to loss

By | June 26, 2002

Microarray analysis defines the 'telomerase deletion response' in the absence of telomere maintenance.

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Avalanche of inflations

By | June 25, 2002

Collapsed lungs reinflate by gas avalanches involving large numbers of airways, causing a paradoxical fluctuation in elastance.

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Mosquito microarrays

By | June 25, 2002

Microarrays experiments reveal changes in the mosquito transcriptome in response to infection and stress.

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The heart's ace

By | June 25, 2002

Angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 is an essential cardiovascular gene that regulates heart function and morphogenesis.

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Dealing with damage

By | June 24, 2002

Genes induced by DNA-damaging agents appear not to be those required for survival.

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Fighting cancer from first principles

By | June 24, 2002

Tiam1 and Efp are involved in the cell cycle and the development of skin and breast tumors.

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Stem cells live long and prosper

By | June 24, 2002

Overexpression of hTERT in human bone marrow stem cells increases their life span and osteogenic potential.

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US bioethics council meets

By | June 24, 2002

Presidential advisory group likely to release final report by summer's end.

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A Nobel cause

By | June 21, 2002

Six Nobel laureates demand EU action to stem the brain drain to the US.

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Masters of the mitochondria

By | June 21, 2002

Two mitochondrial proteins have been found to control transcription of mitochondrial DNA.

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