Archive: 28/01/2008

In vivo visualization of alternative splicing

The February 1 cover of G&D features an unprecedented use of fluorescent proteins to visualize developmentally regulated alternative mRNA splicing in a living organism.

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Device zeroes in on small breast tumors

A new medical imager for detecting and guiding the biopsy of suspicious breast cancer lesions is capable of spotting tumors that are half the size of the smallest ones detected by standard imaging systems, according to a ...

dateJan 28, 2008 in General Physics
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Zoologists: Lusty voles, mindless of danger, mate like rabbits

Forgetful Casanovas are lucky in love. At least that’s how University of Florida researchers interpret the results of new research on the mating habits and nervous systems of prairie voles. An article about the research, ...

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Elephant engineers

It is like the premise of a popular home improvement show: in the before photos, the surroundings are undesirable and in the after shot there’s lots of attractive spaces to grab a meal, start a family and relax in seclusion ...

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Linked Hawaiian Telescopes Catch a Nova Surprise

First results from a new NASA-funded scientific instrument at the W. M. Keck Observatory at Mauna Kea, Hawaii, are helping scientists overturn long-standing assumptions about powerful explosions called novae and have produced ...

dateJan 28, 2008 in Astronomy
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