Sunday, May 17, 2009

More on Human Genome and More for Sunday, May 17, 2009

Our Genome: Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

Human Genome

Children's Brains Organized Differently

Progress Toward Artificial Tissue?

Study Demonstrates Link Between Appetite And Elderly Mortality

Transplant Patients Have Worse Cancer Outcomes, Analysis Shows

Drug That Targets Vasculature Growth Attacks Aggressive Thyroid Cancer


*Derivative Of Red Sea Coral May Fight Skin Cancer

Mathematical Model Developed To Predict Immune Response To Influenza

Expression Of Infrared Fluorescence Engineered In Mammals


Galapagos scientists mount cameras on tortoises

Plants' Sex Life: Conflicts Between Sexes

Space tomato packs nutritional super-punch

NASA grows algae for biofuel, treats waste

Secret to sea urchin's sharp teeth found


Sweet Deception: New Test Distinguishes Impure Honey From The Real Thing

Viroids: Molecular Vestiges Of The RNA World


Environmentally-friendly Cooling With Magnetic Refrigerators Coming Soon

Magnetic refrigeration

Filly’s Preakness win gives racing a boost

Rachel Alexandra

Tiny stolen pet donkey devastates family

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