Archive: 06/04/2008

Plant Scientists Develop New Cell-Sorting Technique

A new cell-sorting technique developed by University of Arizona plant scientists has the potential to enhance our understanding of how cells of all types work – or, in the case of diseases such as cancer, how they fail ...

Jun 04, 2008
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Enzyme plays key role in cell fate

The road to death or differentiation follows a similar course in embryonic stem cells, said researchers at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston in a report that appears online today in the journal Cell Stem Cell.

Jun 04, 2008
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Does everyone really want to be a macho man?

Traditional attitudes of masculinity, such as physical toughness and personal sacrifice, are valued in Mexican culture. A University of Missouri researcher found that Mexican-American men, as a group, are more likely to endorse ...

Jun 04, 2008
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W28: A Mixed Bag of Supernova Remnant

When some stars die, they explode as supernovas and their debris fields (aka, "supernova remnants") expand into the surrounding environments. There are several different types, or categories, of supernova ...

Jun 04, 2008
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