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WHAT IF AGING WERE A DISEASE? If this controversial idea? gains acceptance, it could radically change the way we treat getting old. Adam, David Sep 1, 2019 2986
Geneticist claims to have solved Down Syndrome. Brief article Dec 21, 2018 313
Making genomic medicine relevant for everyone: Carlos D. Bustamante's hunt for genetic variations between populations could correct health disparities and drive drug discovery. Rotman, David Interview Nov 1, 2018 1298
Asilomar II: The ongoing National Academy of Sciences report on CRISPR. Peterson, James C. Editorial Jun 1, 2017 584
Interview: Stephen A. Levine. Frost, Bob Interview Oct 1, 2016 5294
Inventors: these innovators are building the stuff of the future, from a smart sweatband to tomorrow's memory technology. Metz, Rachel; Reilly, Michael; Bourzac, Katherine; Mullin, Emily; Simonite, Tom; Larson, Christina; List Sep 1, 2016 2424
Classifying germline sequence variants in the era of next-generation sequencing. Baudhuin, Linnea M.; Funke, Birgit H.; Bean, Lora H.; Deignan, Joshua L.; Hofherr, Sean; Miller, Dav Discussion Jun 1, 2016 6183
Proteogenomics: opportunities and caveats. Dimitrakopoulos, Lampros; Prassas, Ioannis; Diamandis, Eleftherios P. Discussion Apr 1, 2016 4520
A change of mind: Diana Bianchi championed tests that find Down syndrome early in pregnancy. Now can she find a way to treat it? Rochman, Bonnie Jan 1, 2016 3464
MGH Alzheimer's researcher wins national honor. Brief article Aug 1, 2015 155
ASHG honors R. Rodney Howell with Advocacy Award. Brief article Aug 1, 2015 237
Mary Mahalovich gives Whitebark adaptation a boost. Lundquist, Laura Excerpt Mar 22, 2015 621
From the publisher. Collin, Jonathan Feb 1, 2015 1703
Proceed with caution: a promising technique for synthetic biology is fraught with risks. Oye, Kenneth Sep 1, 2014 435
New ornamental tung tree a story of loss and restoration. Suszkiw, Jan Apr 1, 2014 890
Let my papers go! Before Aaron Swartz became the open-access movement's first martyr, Michael Eisen was blowing up the hugely profitable scientific publishing industry from within. Mechanic, Michael Sep 1, 2013 3566
A genetic exhibitionist. Saey, Tina Hesman Apr 6, 2013 460
Autism spectrum disorders & the clinical geneticist: an approach to the family: the geneticist does not make the diagnosis of an ASD. Rather, this specialist is part of the interdisciplinary team of professionals who are involved in the diagnosis and management of such individuals. Ideally, a referral is made to the geneticist after the diagnosis has been made. Marion, Robert W. Apr 1, 2013 2509
ARS names new hall of fame inductees ... Brief article Jan 14, 2013 210
An interview with Ronald DePinho. Landau, Misia Interview Jan 1, 2013 5912
Vavilov's achievement. Ruiz-Marrero, Carmelo Essay Dec 20, 2012 4286
Local fetal alcohol syndrome pioneer wins global award. Bateman, Chris Aug 1, 2012 1299
A Case for Genetic Jewishness. Oransky, Ivan May 15, 2012 1077
Dr. Jerome Lejeune moves closer to canonization. Brief article May 1, 2012 166
A rough, tough forage for rangeland cattle. Perry, Ann Jan 1, 2012 534
Breeding plants for a high-ozone world. Comis, Don Jul 1, 2011 1452
New primer helps identify more DNA markers. Yao, Stephanie Jul 1, 2011 408
Mind the gap: genetic knowledge and medical power. Evans, James P. Interview May 7, 2011 808
Making stories visible the task for Bioethics commissions: narrative explanations can help us understand difficult scientific issues, but they can also mislead us. Critical skepticism is always appropriate. Sethi, Meera Lee; Briggle, Adam Jan 1, 2011 5924
Saving America's Hemlocks. Yao, Stephanie Nov 1, 2010 1107
50 years ago ... Muller, Hermann J. Quotation Jul 1, 2010 152
Interpreting the language of God. Collins, Francis S. Interview Feb 1, 2010 1447
Playing with fire--Francis Collins and the National Institutes of Health. Brookes, Paul S. Jul 1, 2009 474
DNA detective: when crime threatens rare animals, a scientist turns sleuth to crack the case. Adams, Jacqueline Mar 16, 2009 753
Small-scale harmony. Franki, Richard Brief article Jan 15, 2009 134
Scientific observations. Brief article Jul 5, 2008 92
EP interview with Dr. Cynthia Tifft. Interview May 1, 2008 2747
Ling Qi wants to break the link between obesity and type II diabetes. Winter, Metta Nov 1, 2007 600
Craig Venter, whose private human genome project rivaled the US government effort in the 1990s, has replaced the genetic structure of one bacteria with the DNA of a second, transforming one species into another. Brief article Jul 2, 2007 250
That's one hot habanero! spicy TigerPaw pepper also resists root-knot nematodes. Pons, Luis Jul 1, 2007 512
"Traits are not always what they seem". Allchin, Douglas Mar 1, 2007 427
Lack of antidiscrimination law hobbles genomics: 'gene dean' says Congress has repeatedly failed to act on a bill to guarantee nondiscrimination. Goldman, Erik Aug 15, 2006 958
Simple faith from a green revolutionary. Murdoch, Anna King Apr 1, 2005 1261
Biotech & justice: catching up with the real world order. Cahill, Lisa Sowle Sep 1, 2003 8631
Grapevine geneticist Meredith is retiring. (News Briefs: People). Brief Article Feb 1, 2003 113
ISONG news. Dec 1, 2002 743
An interview with Francis Collins, MD, PhD, Director of the Human Genome project. (Cover Story). O'Neill, Lucinda M. Oct 1, 2002 3055
Mapping the Geography of Symbiosis. di Properzio, James Interview Aug 1, 2002 3076
Geek love. (Indications). Berger, Joanne M. Brief Article Apr 15, 2002 144
Cancer, prenatal issues dominate genetic referrals. (Nationwide Survey). Brunk, Doug Brief Article Feb 15, 2002 329
Most IM Chairs Want to Hire Genetics Faculty. (Survey of 85 Chairs). Brunk, Doug Nov 15, 2001 149
IN MEMORIAM. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 221
New gene-therapy techniques show potential. Seppa, N. Brief Article May 13, 2000 883
Another chromosome down, more to go. Hesman, T. Brief Article May 13, 2000 492
Vision and Achievement Make Venter a Clear Winner. Comello, Vic Nov 1, 1998 1776
INTERBULL - shows how U.S. bulls stack up. Becker, Hank Feb 1, 1998 596
Mutant monikers: a tale of freaky flies and gonzo geneticists. Weiss, Rick Jan 12, 1991 1772

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