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Dissecting suppressor cell development2-February-2007
The development of a population of ‘regulatory’ immune cells is more complicated than originally thought, according to a paper to be published online this week in Nature Immunology.
The tropical water cycle31-January-2007
Summaries of other newsworthy stories include Ecology: Bacteria get into films and Thermodynamics: Maxwell's demon reincarnated?
Criticism over Trident 'secrecy'31-January-2007
Leading weapons experts and security think-tanks have accused the British government of withholding information needed to properly evaluate a multibillion-pound proposal to renew the country's fleet of nuclear submarines, Nature reports this week.
Gold standard for small masses28-January-2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Not losing sleep over the orexins, Potential new therapeutic target in breast cancer, The molecules behind Angelman syndrome, Sun worshipers, A mouse shows us how the brain works
Diagnosis and treatment insights for an unusual childhood cancer syndrome26-January-2007
An unusual case of a young girl with a colon cancer syndrome caused by recessive mutations in the mismatch repair gene MSH6 is described. Individuals with mutations in MSH6 are at an increased risk of developing cancer; however, a childhood cancer syndrome caused by these mutations has only recently been recognized.
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