Printer Friendly

Browse Travis, John

1-300 out of 374 article(s) nextnext page
Title Type Date Words
Dying before their time: studies of prematurely old mice hint that DNA mutations underlie aging. Jul 10, 2004 2207
Caloric threats from sugarfree drinks? Brief Article Jul 10, 2004 291
Watching the biological clock. Brief Article Jul 10, 2004 186
Protective enzyme has a downside: Asthma. Brief Article Jul 10, 2004 233
Comfortably numb: anesthetics are slowly giving up the secrets of how they work. Jul 3, 2004 1943
Two-handed protein may protect DNA. Jul 3, 2004 266
Worm life span set by chromosome tips. Brief Article May 29, 2004 185
Cutting blood supply to kill off fat. Brief Article May 29, 2004 196
Hormone boosts metabolic rate, induces weight loss in mice. Apr 17, 2004 523
Quite a switch: bacteria and perhaps other life forms use RNA as environmental sensors. Apr 10, 2004 2451
Fetal lungs tell mom when to deliver baby. Mar 27, 2004 478
Fish guts reveal microbial alliance. Brief Article Mar 27, 2004 278
Bug bites suggest new stroke drug. Brief Article Mar 27, 2004 183
The bad seed: rare stem cells appear to drive cancers. Mar 20, 2004 2008
Code breakers: scientists tease out the secrets of proteins that DNA wraps around. Feb 14, 2004 1939
Compounds trigger tumor-cell suicide. Jan 24, 2004 478
Reef relations: DNA shared by people and coral sheds light on animal evolution. Jan 24, 2004 768
Fear not: scientists are learning how people can unlearn fear. Jan 17, 2004 2285
Tiny bubbles: vesicles that cells spit out are implicated in cancer and AIDS. Dec 6, 2003 2414
Visionary research: scientists delve into the evolution of color vision in primates. Oct 11, 2003 2401
The body electric: a natural voltage within a growing embryo may teach it left from right. Sep 20, 2003 2200
Old worms, new aging genes: biologists look into DNA for the secrets of long life. Aug 2, 2003 2237
All the world's a phage: viruses that eat bacteria abound--and surprise. Jul 12, 2003 2277
Gut check: the bacteria in your intestines are welcome guests. May 31, 2003 1997
Happy anniversary: fifty years after Watson and Crick's insight, scientists continue to take a close look at DNA's double helix. Apr 19, 2003 839
Blood work: scientists seek to identify all the proteins in plasma. Mar 15, 2003 1739
Mining the mouse: a rodent's DNA sheds light on the human genome. Feb 22, 2003 1727
Genghis Khan's legacy? The Mongol warlord may have left his imprint on the world's DNA. Feb 8, 2003 801
Breathtaking science: biologists home in on the brain area that drives respiration. Jan 4, 2003 2328
Bilirubin: both villain and hero? (Biomedicine). Brief Article Dec 14, 2002 263
Sizing up the brain: mutations that produce small brains may reveal how human intelligence evolved. Nov 16, 2002 2083
A man's job: a surprise delivery from sperm to egg. Oct 5, 2002 1997
Get rid of the bodies: disposing of dying cells is deadly serious. Sep 28, 2002 2200
Novel enzyme provides sperm's spark of life. (Biology). Brief Article Sep 21, 2002 226
Lab tool may spawn new antiviral drugs. (Infectious Diseases). Brief Article Aug 10, 2002 339
Viral survivor: new studies suggest how Epstein-Barr virus infects and persists. Aug 3, 2002 2155
Evolutionary shocker? Stressful conditions may trigger plants and animals to unleash new forms quickly. Jun 22, 2002 2266
A model mouse: can an accidental rodent strain unlock secrets of rheumatoid arthritis? May 18, 2002 1818
The true sweet science: researchers develop a taste for the study of sugars. Apr 13, 2002 2035
Channel surfing: atomic-resolution snapshots illuminate cellular pores that control ion flow. Mar 9, 2002 2140
The hunger hormone? An appetite stimulant produced by the stomach may lead to treatments for obesity and wasting syndromes. Feb 16, 2002 1977
Biological dark matter: newfound RNA suggests a hidden complexity inside cells. Jan 12, 2002 2234
The science of secretin: will studies of rodent brains give new life to a controversial autism therapy? Nov 17, 2001 2273
Dolly was lucky: scientists warn that cloning is too dangerous for people. Oct 20, 2001 2571
Biologists reveal the proteins that first see dangerous microbes. Sep 8, 2001 2441
Statins take on the brain; cholesterol-lowering drugs may also fight Alzheimer"s disease. Feb 10, 2001 2182
Genes on Display. Dec 16, 2000 1924
Do Antibodies Pack a Deadly Punch? Nov 11, 2000 1625
Human, Mouse, Rat ... What's Next? Oct 7, 2000 2326
Snap, Crackle, and Feel Good? Sep 23, 2000 2776
Silence of the Xs. Aug 5, 2000 2350
Pass the Genes, Please. Jul 22, 2000 2142
Fly Genome Creates a Buzz. Jun 10, 2000 1908
Do captured viral genes make human pregnancies possible? May 13, 2000 2280
Loosen Up. Apr 22, 2000 4113
Survivors' Benefit? Brief Article Jan 22, 2000 1033
Boning Up. Jan 15, 2000 2356
Kill the Messenger. Dec 4, 1999 2507
A Controversial Shot in the Arm. Nov 6, 1999 2242
Making the Cut. Oct 2, 1999 2180
Twirl Those Organs into Place. Aug 21, 1999 2183
Africa's Latest Scourge. Jul 17, 1999 2207
Building Better Bandages. Jun 19, 1999 2205
Battle of the Sexes. May 15, 1999 1980
Making Sense of Scents. Apr 10, 1999 2361
Modus Operandi of an Infamous Drug. Feb 20, 1999 2465
Tobacco plants enlisted in war on cancer. Brief Article Jan 30, 1999 543
Cellular conversion turns brain into blood. Brief Article Jan 23, 1999 640
More Than the Brain's Drain. Jan 23, 1999 1426
New AIDS Vaccine Stimulates Hope. Brief Article Jan 16, 1999 577
Worm Offers the First Animal Genome. Abstract Dec 12, 1998 1107
Meet the Superbug. Abstract Dec 12, 1998 2369
Paternity study ties Jefferson to slave. Brief Article Dec 12, 1998 373
Shining light on a clock's proteins. Brief Article Dec 12, 1998 209
Scientists harvest antibodies from plants. Brief Article Dec 5, 1998 575
Voles are addicted to love. Brief Article Dec 5, 1998 369
The threat of a piece of pumpkin pie. Brief Article Dec 5, 1998 220
Microbe linked to Alzheimer's disease. Brief Article Nov 21, 1998 543
The brain gets a (new) earful. Brief Article Nov 14, 1998 243
Pollen for the prosecution? Brief Article Nov 14, 1998 118
Taking a bite out of the plague. Brief Article Nov 14, 1998 233
The Accidental Immune System. Nov 7, 1998 2030
Chlamydia bacterium yields surprise genome. Brief Article Oct 24, 1998 612
Medical Nobel prize says yes to NO. Brief Article Oct 17, 1998 499
Diabetes drug stirs cancer confusion. Brief Article Oct 17, 1998 393
Rats have too much on their minds. Brief Article Oct 17, 1998 179
Stopgap measure could limit stroke damage. Brief Article Oct 10, 1998 572
Gene interplay may govern spread of cancer. Brief Article Oct 10, 1998 323
War on drugs enlists an antibody. Brief Article Oct 10, 1998 199
Brain cell death remains unsolved mystery. Brief Article Oct 3, 1998 500
The priests' chromosome? DNA analysis supports the biblical story of the Jewish priesthood. Oct 3, 1998 2163
Gene differs in early birds and night owls. Brief Article Sep 26, 1998 485
Methylation: protector of the genome? Brief Article Sep 19, 1998 380
Looking to moths for immune insights. Brief Article Sep 19, 1998 188
Single gene invites worms to dinner party. Brief Article Sep 12, 1998 488
Don't reject me, fetus tells Mom. Brief Article Sep 5, 1998 418
Cloning comes to the rescue of a Lady. Brief Article Sep 5, 1998 173
Hormone links malnutrition and immunity. Brief Article Aug 29, 1998 611
Odd flu strain reveals its bag of tricks. Brief Article Aug 22, 1998 599
Dialing up an embryo: are olfactory receptors digits in a developmental code? Brief Article Aug 15, 1998 1071

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2018 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters