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Standardized methods improve cancer diagnosis14-December-2006
A set of guidelines for pathologists that may greatly improve the diagnosis of malignant lymphomas are published online this week by Leukemia. In five related papers, a group of leading scientists participating in the EU-supported BIOMED-2 programme report a new test that could be used as an efficient and cost-effective method to diagnose lymphomas
Pharmacogenetics: Exploitation of race as a marketing tool?14-December-2006
The obstacles facing the development of genetics-based personalized medicine are described online this week in Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics. Sandra Soo-Jin Lee highlights the problematic use of race and ethnicity as classification tools for genetically distinct populations.
Scientists share thoughts on animal research13-December-2006
An anonymous online poll of nearly 1700 researchers has revealed intriguing insights into scientists’ views on the use of animals in research.
Mutation prevents pain13-December-2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers published in Nature on 14 December 2006. Fossils push back date of mammals’ first flight, CO2 receptors and malaria, Botulinum toxin structure unveiled, Martian plains as old as the hills, Bendy organic electronics, Dental plans and diets, and Triassic microworld caught in amber
Malaria parasite diversity10-December-2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers published online on 10 December 2006 in Nature and Nature Research Journals. Lightning strikes twice for milk drinkers, How shigella causes dysentery, Sensing fungal infections, and Improving metagenomics efforts.
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