Found 1124 articles associated to the institution Nature Publishing Group.
Stem cell genetic reprogramming31-May-2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Genome scan uncovers genetic risks of testis cancer, Genetic variation influences adverse reaction to common antibiotic, Replay of neural patterns during sleep, Let the right pollen in, Dynamic ferroelectric memory, Suppressing suppressors, Why does high-throughput screening work?, Smells right
Climate change: Thawing permafrost soils as a carbon source27-May-2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Exoplanetary phases seen, Rethinking the war on cancer, Natural selection at the group level?, Super states, Mantle mixing model and Ancient immunity underestimated
Fusion dreams delayed27-May-2009
In an exclusive News story this week, Nature reporter Geoff Brumfiel describes how ITER, the multi-billion-euro international fusion reactor, is likely to be far less ambitious in its early stages than scientists had hoped.
Genetics: Transgenic monkeys with a healthy glow27-May-2009
A transgenic line of monkeys carrying a gene encoding green fluorescent protein fully integrated into their DNA has been created for the first time. The research, published in Nature this week, marks the first such feat in non-human primates and paves the way for developing new models of human diseases.
Genetics: Malaria gene scan tackles diversity of West African populations24-May-2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers include A mushroom mystery solved, Candida genome sequenced, No role for Snowball Earth in ancient extinction, Initiator of allergic responses, How do inhibitors activate kinases? and Targeting muscle disorders
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