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M. xanthus bacteria Predatory Bacterial Crowdsourcing
Released September 27, 2012
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Manu Platt Enzymes Implicated in Disease Processes Attack One Another Instead of Harming Body Proteins
Released August 13, 2012
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cell membrane developed ruffles Training Cells to Perform Boolean Functions? It's Logical
Released May 31, 2012
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a cabbage looper caterpillar A Bit Touchy: Plants' Insect Defenses Activated by Touch
Released April 9, 2012
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image of a caterpillar on a plant Plants Use Circadian Rhythms to Prepare for Battle With Insects
Released February 13, 2012
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Katherine Osteryoung Discovery of New Gene Could Improve Efficiency of Molecular Factories
Released November 3, 2011
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illustration showing dinoflagellates Discovery Illuminates Elusive Proton Channel Gene in Dinoflagellates
Released October 24, 2011
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Arabidopsis plant Are Genes Our Destiny?
Released September 15, 2011
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second-generation model-cell division New Technique Sheds Light on the Mysterious Process of Cell Division
Released May 18, 2011
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salamander embryos grow inside egg capsules Algae That Live Inside the Cells of Salamanders Are the First Known Vertebrate Endosymbionts
Released April 4, 2011
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a nano-particle changing from red to green Twinkle, Twinkle, Quantum Dot--New Particles Can Change Colors and Tag Molecules
Released March 28, 2011
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bacteria forming aggregates Biofilm Reorganization: Back to the Theoretical Drawing Board
Released March 22, 2011
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