• A Question of Balance

    Researchers have proposed that genes that code for proteins that are part of complexes are most likely to survive the purging that follows whole-genome duplications. Increasing evidence from the 9th International Plant Molecular Biology Congress and other meetings suggests that this so-called gene balance hypothesis may be correct.

  • From Science's Online Daily News Site

    ScienceNOW this week reported that meditation halves the risk of heart disease, empathy is in our genes, holes can block light, and new neurons make room for new memories, among other stories.

  • A First-Generation Haplotype Map of Maize

    In maize, recombination in the genome has been a limiting factor affecting evolution and breeding efforts.

  • From Science's Online Daily News Site

    ScienceNOW reported this week on expert criticism of a nanoparticle study, additional support for a human role in China's devastating Wenchuan earthquake, and the findings that prosthetic limbs offer no advantage to sprinters and babies cry in their native language, among other stories.

  • Genome Sequence, Comparative Analysis, and Population Genetics of the Domestic Horse

    The horse genome reveals an evolutionary new centromere and conserved chromosomal sequences relative to other mammals.

  • No Genome Left Behind

    A project to sequence 10,000 vertebrates has just been launched, but sequencing technologies are not yet up to the task.

  • From Science's Online Daily News Site

    ScienceNOW reported this week on gene therapy that helps blind children see, why naked mole rats don't get cancer, why fish and red wine don't mix, and how to cut carbon emissions one house at a time, among other stories.

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