SCIENCE-WEEK: This Week's Headlines (19 Sep 97)

Claire Haller prismx at earthlink.net
Thu Sep 18 21:00:47 EST 1997


Headlines in This Week's SCIENCE-WEEK (September 19, 1997)
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A Criticism of Nomenclature in Molecular Biology
Heavy Elements Finally Named
India Sterile-Mosquito Project to be Revived
A Summary of Current Mars Mission Results
On Coherent Spin States of Optically Excited Electrons
On Analysis of Self-Organizing Polymeric Materials
Lungfish Replaces Coelacanth As Closest to Land Animals
Complete Sequencing of E. Coli Genome
On the Use of Yeast as a Model for Eukaryotic Biology
First Determination of Prion Protein Structure
Induced Reversal of Kinesin Motion in Cells
Fluorescent Protein Analysis of Eukaryotic Cell Secretion
Evidence for Differing Roles of the Two Estrogen Receptors
An Analysis of Sickle Cell Disease
Evidence for Linkage Between AIDS and Malaria

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