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Brain differences may herald drug addiction. Mar 3, 2007 475
Bridging the divide? Technique sheds light on cleft palate gene. Feb 17, 2007 492
More of the same: 2008's science budget mirrors 2007's. Feb 10, 2007 824
Grape gripe. Letter to the editor Feb 10, 2007 91
Addiction subtraction: brain damage curbs cigarette urge. Jan 27, 2007 476
Golden eggs: engineered hens lay drugs. Jan 20, 2007 526
Better blood: new tool removes agent of brain disease. Jan 6, 2007 444
Not so silent: mutation alters protein but not its components. Dec 23, 2006 455
Feel no pain, for real: mutation appears to underlie rare sensation disorder in a Pakistani family. Dec 16, 2006 493
Toxin buster: new technique makes cottonseeds edible. Nov 25, 2006 475
Hot, hot, hot: peppers and spiders reach same pain receptor. Nov 11, 2006 426
L'Chaim: wine compound lengthens mouse lives. Nov 4, 2006 500
Trimming down cancer: fat could hinder body's fight against disease. Oct 28, 2006 444
Life blood: drug stops mothers' bleeding after births. Oct 14, 2006 420
The bad fight: immune systems harmed 1918 flu patients. Sep 30, 2006 515
Family tree: an arboreal genome is sequenced. Sep 16, 2006 458
Engineering a cure: genetically modified cells fight cancer. Sep 2, 2006 518
Sweet finding: researchers propose candidate sour sensor. Aug 26, 2006 391
Bad vibrations? Ultrasound disturbs mouse brains. Aug 12, 2006 530
Scientists find midnight-snack center in brain. Brief article Aug 12, 2006 230
Blood clot protein is stretchiest natural fiber ever found. Brief article Aug 12, 2006 237
Old mice and men: species share genetic markers of aging. Jul 29, 2006 466
Gender divide: gene expression differs in males and females. Jul 22, 2006 444
Mammoths: Blondes and brunettes? Brief article Jul 22, 2006 211
Ingredient might prevent sexually transmitted disease. Brief article Jul 22, 2006 265
People want to know. Letter to the editor Jul 15, 2006 271
Getting back at celiac: enzyme treatment might stem wheat intolerance. Jul 1, 2006 497
Fat friends: gut-microbe partners bring in more calories. Jun 17, 2006 478
Ancient wisdom: Chinese extract may yield diabetes treatment. Jun 10, 2006 447
Herpes runs interference; researchers discover how virus sticks around. Jun 3, 2006 583
Big oil, tiny barons: microbes can unleash trapped petroleum. May 27, 2006 463
Threes, the easy way. Letter to the editor May 27, 2006 215
Eye for growth: new protein prompts optic nerve regrowth. May 20, 2006 491
Sharing the health: cells from unusual mice make others cancerfree. May 13, 2006 541
Blood sucker: like the adult heart, the developing heart takes advantage of suction. May 6, 2006 516
Me and my metabolism: personalized medicine takes new direction. Apr 22, 2006 481
Sleeper finding: hormone key to hibernation? Apr 15, 2006 422
See blind mice: algae gene makes sightless eyes sense light. Apr 8, 2006 537
Networking with friends: nanotech material reconnects severed neurons. Mar 18, 2006 467
Fit moms, brainier babies: exercising mothers provide neurological benefits. Mar 11, 2006 484
Good for something: prion protein maintains stem cells. Feb 4, 2006 505
Hunter beware: infectious proteins found in deer muscle. Jan 28, 2006 445
Life underfoot: microbial biodiversity takes surprising twist. Jan 14, 2006 500
Alcohol calculus. Letter to the Editor Jan 14, 2006 102
Tests reveal gene for people's skin color. Dec 17, 2005 452
Danger mouse: deleting a gene transforms timid rodents into daredevils. Nov 26, 2005 449
SNPs ahoy! Scientists complete map of genetic differences. Oct 29, 2005 594
Do no harm: stem cells created without destroying healthy embryos. Oct 22, 2005 568
High times for brain growth: marijuana-like drug multiplies neurons. Oct 15, 2005 490
Killer findings: scientists piece together 1918-flu virus. Oct 8, 2005 559
Milky seas clarified. Brief Article Oct 1, 2005 126
Olives alive: extra-virgin oil has anti-inflammatory properties. Sep 3, 2005 506
Turning back time: embryonic stem cell rejuvenates skin cell. Aug 27, 2005 535
Bitty beasts of burden: algae can carry cargo. Aug 20, 2005 463
A slumber not so sweet: loss of brain cells that regulate breathing may cause death during sleep. Aug 13, 2005 513
Double dog: researchers produce first cloned canine. Aug 6, 2005 476
Boning up: tissue for grafts grown inside the body. Jul 30, 2005 496
Of one mind. Letter to the Editor Jul 30, 2005 145
Bacterial snitch: species competes by telling on another. Jul 23, 2005 506
Codes for killers: knowledge of microbes could lead to cures. Jul 16, 2005 504
Same difference: twins' gene regulation isn't identical. Jul 9, 2005 471
Muscle men: lab-grown cells mirror source's characteristics. Jul 2, 2005 470
Making a muscle: engineered fibers grow in the lab and in mice. Jun 25, 2005 479
Smoking's reward: nicotine triggers opiate-pleasure response. Jun 18, 2005 488
Decoding garlic's pizzazz: extract stimulates taste, temperature receptors. Jun 4, 2005 488
Race results. Letter to the Editor Jun 4, 2005 194
Perfect match: embryonic stem cells carry patients' DNA. May 21, 2005 600
Long live the mammals: antioxidant redirection extends mouse life span. May 7, 2005 506
Losing sleep: mutant flies need less shut-eye. Apr 30, 2005 462
Frozen in time: gas puts mice metabolically on ice. Apr 23, 2005 472
It's in the blood. Letter to the Editor Apr 16, 2005 105
Remote control minds: light flashes direct fruit fly behavior. Apr 9, 2005 517
Follicle size matters: hormone regimen may reduce pregnancy success. Apr 2, 2005 462
Tug-of-war: how bacteria prevent host-cell suicide. Mar 26, 2005 467
Sugar coated: molecular dress-up may disguise gut bacteria. Mar 19, 2005 470
Anoint them with oil: cheap-and-easy treatment cuts infection rates in premature infants. Mar 12, 2005 448
Hearing repaired: gene therapy restores guinea pigs' hearing. Feb 19, 2005 519
Lean times: proposed budget keeps science spending slim. Feb 12, 2005 900
Short end of the chromosome. Letter to the Editor Feb 12, 2005 147
A Bug's Life: E. coli can't escape old age. Feb 5, 2005 485
Giardia bares all: parasite genes reveal long sexual history. Jan 29, 2005 430
Not to your health: new mechanism proposed for alcohol-related tumors. Jan 15, 2005 436
Kibble for thought: dog diversity prompts new evolution theory. Dec 18, 2004 501
Cloning milestone: monkey embryos urged to stem cell stage. Dec 11, 2004 483
Stressed to death: mental tension ages cells. Dec 4, 2004 477
Seminal discovery: promiscuous females speed sperm evolution. Nov 27, 2004 431
Unhealthy change: diversity in a bacterial colony can prolong infections. Nov 20, 2004 506
Give and take: plant parasites dole out genes while stealing nutrients. Nov 13, 2004 449
Prescription for trouble: antidepressants might rewire young brains. Oct 30, 2004 479
Trash to treasure: junk DNA influences eggs, early embryos. Oct 16, 2004 435
Physiology or medicine. Oct 9, 2004 490
Roma record: paths of the Gypsy population's diasporas. Sep 25, 2004 510
Cancer flip-flop: gene acts in both proliferation and control of growth. Sep 4, 2004 491

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