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  • Understanding HIV Latency to Undo It

    With reservoirs of latently infected cells in the spotlight as the central obstacle to a cure, attention is focusing on the fine details of how HIV does this deep dive and stays submerged.

  • EPA Proposal Would Exempt Some GMOs From Registry

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has proposed a draft rule that would exempt cisgenic organisms—which contain only genetic material from sexually compatible species—from the requirement to be registered with EPA before being field-tested or marketed.

  • Newsmakers

    This week's Newsmakers are Lewis R. Binford, champion of the use of the scientific method in archaeology, who died 11 April at the age of 79, and Patricia Ann Jacobs and David Page, winners of this year's March of Dimes Prize in Developmental Biology, which honors scientific research aimed at improving the health of babies.

  • Genes in Police Files

    Krimsky and Simoncelli build a convincing case that a cautious approach to forensic DNA data banks is essential to protect constitutional rights.

  • Do Jumping Genes Spawn Diversity?

    The data are clear. Transposable elements move in developing brain cells. But the question remains: Does the brain tolerate them or take advantage of them?

  • Mutations in U4atac snRNA, a Component of the Minor Spliceosome, in the Developmental Disorder MOPD I

    Minor RNA splicing defects can cause a major human developmental disorder.

  • Association of TALS Developmental Disorder with Defect in Minor Splicing Component U4atac snRNA

    Mutation in a small nuclear RNA hinders splicing of pre–messenger RNAs and causes the severe malformations of Taybi-Linder syndrome.

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