Found 1134 articles associated to the institution Nature Publishing Group.
New technique for generating human embryonic stem cell lines23-August-2006
By plucking single cells from human embryos, Robert Lanza and his colleagues have been able to generate new lines of cultured human embryonic stem (ES) cells while leaving the embryo intact.
Cardioprotective action of Statins21-August-2006
The benefits of long-term treatment with statins are well established - they lower cholesterol and prevent heart attacks and strokes. Now a novel beneficial action of statins is reported in a study published online this week in the British Journal of Pharmacology.
Tired T cells get a boost to fight HIV20-August-2006
New compounds give voice to silenced neural DNA, Quantum paradox predicted to occur in graphene, Spin-flow without electric currents, Fatherhood changes brain anatomy, Fighting Lyme disease, Cystic fibrosis: explaining persistent lung infections, Understanding leukaemia
Avian flu’s Achilles’ heel, Stopping the silent spread16-August-2006
The molecular structure of a key avian influenza protein reveals a quirk that could be used to design more potent drugs against pandemic flu; The use of unvaccinated 'sentinel' birds may not always prevent the silent spread of the H5N1 virus through vaccinated flocks
Gene that might have driven the evolution of human brain revealed16-August-2006
Summaries of newsworthy papers from Nature - Planetary science: Caps off to carbon dioxide on Mars, Microbiology: Unseen Archaea vital to nitrogen cycle, Quantum physics: Taking electrons for a spin, Watching early galaxies take shape
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