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Cancer Letters

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Chemistry—A European Journal

Chemistry—A European Journal
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Chirality

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Chromosoma

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Chromosome Research

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Cladistics

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Clinica Chimica Acta

Clinica Chimica Acta
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Scientific News
Scientists Create Mice with a Major Genetic Cause of ALS and FTD
NIH-funded study provides new platform for testing treatments for several neurodegenerative disorders.
After a Sip of Milkshake, Genes and Brain Activity Predict Weight Gain
The new study published in The Journal Neuroscience.
Mice With a Major Genetic Cause of ALS and FTD Created
NIH-funded study provides new platform for testing treatments for several neurodegenerative disorders.
How Early Childhood Vaccination Reduces Leukemia Risk
Chronic infections push ‘pre-leukemia’ cells, common in newborns, into malignancy.
New Device May Shed Light on Why Cancer Cells Metastasize
Scientists from the University of Michigan think they are now a step closer to understanding why some cancer cells metastasize.
Could GM Lettuce Fight Cancer?
New research in the controversial field of genetic modification points to lettuce as a vector for delivering microRNA to combat cancer.
Giant Panda Microbiome Poorly Adapted for a Bamboo Diet
Researchers have found that the microbiome of the Giant Panda lacks key bacterial species typically found in herbivores.
Untangling the Web of Gene Expression
New technology for understanding gene expression drives research forward.
Smoking Signs
Research reveals epigenetic alterations caused by smoking.
Are Protein Domains Indivisible?
Protein domains are considered to be indivisible units - but new research from EMBL-EBI shows that some can function even with big parts missing.
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