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African chromosomes in indigenous British25-January-2007
A globally rare Y chromosome type described previously in only a few West African individuals has been found in a British male, according to a study to be published online this week in the European Journal of Human Genetics. This finding represents the first genetic evidence of an African genealogy among ‘indigenous’ British people.
Australian treasure trove25-January-2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers from Nature include Cancer cleared by p53 restoration, Algorithm seeks out smell, Essays: Putting the pieces together, Quantum physics: To bunch or not to bunch and Fight-watching fish fathom hierarchies
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: are cholesterol supplements the answer?22-January-2007
Each day in the United States, as many as 87 to 103 babies are born with alcohol related defects; annually, an estimated $75 million to $9.7 billion is spent on the care of these infants. The consumption of alcohol during pregnancy places the fetus at risk of developing FASD
Gene regulation: Non-coding RNA interferes with transcription21-January-2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers include A synchrotron for neutral molecules, Nanocrystals used as dopants, Reinventing the wheel, For goodness sake, Gambling on consciousness, A tunnel that transfers lipids
1918 flu virus lethal to primates17-January-2007
The influenza virus that killed about 50 million people worldwide around 90 years ago is also lethal in nonhuman primates, a study in this week's Nature reports. The results confirm that it was the virulence, associated with the virus itself, that made it so efficient in claiming young adult lives.
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