SCIENCE-WEEK: This Week's Headlines (3 Oct 97)

Claire Haller prismx at earthlink.net
Thu Oct 2 09:22:14 EST 1997


Headlines in This Week's SCIENCE-WEEK (October 3, 1997)
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1. International Concern Over Smuggling of Chlorofluorocarbons
2. Most Distant Galaxy Observed at Redshift 4.92
3. Electrochemical Growth Method for Creating Electrical Contacts
4. Relating Bond Energy to Catalysis in Catalytic Antibodies
5. A Synthetic Oligomer That Mimics Protein Folding
6. Possible Explanation for Levorotatory Amino Acids in Biology
7. A Block Copolymer of Collagen and Elastin in Marine Mussels
8. X-Ray Crystallography Evidence for Some Key Enzyme Structures
9. Analysis of Procapsid Assembly in Bacteriophage Virus
10. High Resolution Structure of the Nucleosome Core Particle
11. A New Theory of Myocardial Oxygenation in Fishes and Reptiles
12. Evidence for Self-Organization of Cell Microtubules
13. Mechanism of Action of Tumor Suppressor Protein p53
14. An Analysis of Action Potential Dynamics at Neuron Terminals
15. Identification of Gene Responsible for Mediterranean Fever
16. The Prospects for Gene Therapy
17. A New Drug Against Influenza Virus Infection
18. Chromosome Mis-Segregation in Alzheimer's Disease
19. High Concentrations of Cancer Inhibitor in Broccoli Sprouts
20. A Counter-Argument Against Pessimism in Cancer Research

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