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More efficient genome-mining technique

More efficient genome-mining technique

Zebrafish provides cancer researchers powerful new insights into the development of malignant melanoma

Zebrafish provides cancer researchers powerful new insights into the development of malignant melanoma

Low birth weight - another risk factor for diabetes

Low birth weight - another risk factor for diabetes

Is winter flu worse because of exercise-induced 'window of susceptibility'?

Is winter flu worse because of exercise-induced 'window of susceptibility'?

Gene keeps neural cells on correct developmental path

Gene keeps neural cells on correct developmental path

Gene keeps neural cells on correct developmental path

Gene keeps neural cells on correct developmental path

Research provides new insight into how individual genes control regeneration

Research provides new insight into how individual genes control regeneration

Researchers zero in on sleep gene

Researchers zero in on sleep gene

Propensity for obesity, diabetes may occur in utero

Propensity for obesity, diabetes may occur in utero

Body's 24-hour internal clock linked to obesity and diabetes

Body's 24-hour internal clock linked to obesity and diabetes

Rimonabant appears to reduce risk factors for heart disease in obese people

Rimonabant appears to reduce risk factors for heart disease in obese people

Assessing the function of unknown genes is feasible and can be done with a microarray phenotype

Assessing the function of unknown genes is feasible and can be done with a microarray phenotype

New medical devices can cause new immune problems

New medical devices can cause new immune problems

Schizophrenia may arise from a single genetic defect

Schizophrenia may arise from a single genetic defect

Research leads to new antiangiogenic drugs

Research leads to new antiangiogenic drugs

Human Genome Project may have made traditional race-based measurements of human differences obsolete

Human Genome Project may have made traditional race-based measurements of human differences obsolete

Ubiquitination protects against improper Notch signaling

Ubiquitination protects against improper Notch signaling

Does cancer run in families?

Does cancer run in families?

Certain leukemia oncogenes switch on genetic programs that govern self-renewal, a unique stem cell characteristic

Certain leukemia oncogenes switch on genetic programs that govern self-renewal, a unique stem cell characteristic

New and revealing portrait of Yersinia pestis emerges

New and revealing portrait of Yersinia pestis emerges