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Latest findings on HIV pathogenesis at AIDS Conference in Bangkok

Latest findings on HIV pathogenesis at AIDS Conference in Bangkok

Dietary niacin may protect against the development of Alzheimer's disease

Dietary niacin may protect against the development of Alzheimer's disease

Human antibodies that thwart the SARS virus in mice can be mass-produced quickly

Human antibodies that thwart the SARS virus in mice can be mass-produced quickly

DNA testing of one millionth sheep for scrapie susceptibility

DNA testing of one millionth sheep for scrapie susceptibility

Myriad Genetics awarded a $14.2 million contract for AIDS and hepatitis research

Myriad Genetics awarded a $14.2 million contract for AIDS and hepatitis research

DNAPrint significantly reduced the DNA donor sample collections required in a major criminal investigation

DNAPrint significantly reduced the DNA donor sample collections required in a major criminal investigation

The structure of AGT shows how one human protein reduces the potency of chemotherapy

The structure of AGT shows how one human protein reduces the potency of chemotherapy

Anal cancer is on the rise in both sexes

Anal cancer is on the rise in both sexes

Geographic variations in colour perception

Geographic variations in colour perception

Sunscreen to protect the skin's genetic material, or DNA

Sunscreen to protect the skin's genetic material, or DNA

Identification of a naturally occurring genetic difference that controls the production of serotonin in the brain

Identification of a naturally occurring genetic difference that controls the production of serotonin in the brain

Chromatin array a new technology for examining DNA

Chromatin array a new technology for examining DNA

Brazilian Government approves DuPont system that detects salmonella

Brazilian Government approves DuPont system that detects salmonella

Chemoradioimmunotherapy for advanced breast cancer

Chemoradioimmunotherapy for advanced breast cancer

Research could help disarm deadly retroviruses such as HIV or SARS

Research could help disarm deadly retroviruses such as HIV or SARS

New information helps lung cancer patients better understand treatment

New information helps lung cancer patients better understand treatment

Type of cellular stress called osmotic stress is critical to cell growth and the body’s immune response against infection

Type of cellular stress called osmotic stress is critical to cell growth and the body’s immune response against infection

Combining targeted immunotherapy with chemotherapy and radiation therapy to successfully kill metastatic tumour cells

Combining targeted immunotherapy with chemotherapy and radiation therapy to successfully kill metastatic tumour cells

Violent crimes down by 3.4 percent and property crime up by 2 percent in California

Violent crimes down by 3.4 percent and property crime up by 2 percent in California

Drinking lots of milk may lower the risk of colorectal cancer

Drinking lots of milk may lower the risk of colorectal cancer

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