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Largest "gene deserts" yet discovered in the human genome sequence

Largest "gene deserts" yet discovered in the human genome sequence

How heart is formed in the embryo helps explain congenital heart disease

How heart is formed in the embryo helps explain congenital heart disease

EvoGenix expands capabilities through US acquisition

EvoGenix expands capabilities through US acquisition

New ion channel drug targets to emerge in pharmaceutical discovery

New ion channel drug targets to emerge in pharmaceutical discovery

New miniature sensors for analysing DNA

New miniature sensors for analysing DNA

Sea floor may yield disease cures

Sea floor may yield disease cures

Vaccine prevents deadly pneumonia in African children

Vaccine prevents deadly pneumonia in African children

Three different leukemias are all caused by mutations that alter a specific enzyme controlling blood cell proliferation

Three different leukemias are all caused by mutations that alter a specific enzyme controlling blood cell proliferation

New guidelines mean tailor-made drugs are on the way

New guidelines mean tailor-made drugs are on the way

Antibodies from tobacco plants protect against anthrax

Antibodies from tobacco plants protect against anthrax

Genetically modified plants are to be used to fight against HIV, tuberculosis, diabetes and rabies

Genetically modified plants are to be used to fight against HIV, tuberculosis, diabetes and rabies

Anthrax scare due to lab mix up

Anthrax scare due to lab mix up

Wyeth responds to patent lawsuit ruling

Wyeth responds to patent lawsuit ruling

Time for ethical reflection is before experimentation begins

Time for ethical reflection is before experimentation begins

Starpharma launches new start-up biotechnology company

Starpharma launches new start-up biotechnology company

Novel Australian anti-cancer therapy has begun safety testing in human subjects

Novel Australian anti-cancer therapy has begun safety testing in human subjects

New biocentre which will revolutionise the way future medicines are produced

New biocentre which will revolutionise the way future medicines are produced

Taiwanese biotechnology industry expected to reach US$1.9 billion in 2010

Taiwanese biotechnology industry expected to reach US$1.9 billion in 2010

Biomedical engineers, chemists collaborate on novel method to design better medicines

Biomedical engineers, chemists collaborate on novel method to design better medicines

System for producing embryonic stem cells which markedly reduces the risk of contamination with pathogens

System for producing embryonic stem cells which markedly reduces the risk of contamination with pathogens