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... scientists, funded in the UK by the Biotechnology and Biological ... Chinese cabbage variety of a plant called Brassica rapa ... is published today (28 August) in the journal Nature ... breeding, as well as that of a host of other ...
... (Toronto Aug. 28, 2011) Cancer scientists have long debated ... some cancer cells are more potent - a question that ... decade. Research published today in Nature Medicine (10.1038/nm.2415) ... contains rare cells with stem cell properties, called leukemia stem ...
... at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard have discovered ... role in embryonic development, contrary to the dogma that proteins ... published online August 28 in the journal Nature , ... (ES) cells by keeping them in their fledgling state or ...
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(Date:2/9/2016)... ... ... METTLER TOLEDO has published a new guide entitled “Essential ... the techniques they use so they can more easily spot potential error sources ... to create a leaner overall lab experience. , The new guide offers ...
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... the risk is similar to that posed by other strains ... -- U.S. health officials said Tuesday that they,re seeing some ... spread across the country. , "Pregnant women are at higher ... or pandemics of the past. We are also seeing some ...
... trainers people have many strategies for building bigger muscles ... a bigger brain? , Meditate. ... at UCLA who used high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to ... published in the journal NeuroImage and currently available ...
... The YWCA USA Annual General Assembly elected new officers and members ... during its recent 2009 National Conference in Washington, D.C.New officers include:, ... Chair: Debra Stock, Executive Director of YWCA York, Pennsylvania , ... Associate Director of YWCA Greater Chicago, Illinois , ...
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... A new study has sounded the alarm that ... lifespan and don,t exercise enough during their leisure time. ... and Physical Activity , the study is unique in ... 1981 Canada Fitness Survey, the 1988 Campbell,s Survey of ...
... of health and human rights activists held simultaneous events in New York, ... of two Iranian physicians imprisoned since June. , ... New York, NY ... a coalition of health and human rights activists held simultaneous events in ...
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