SCIENCE-WEEK: Headlines April 3, 1998

Claire Haller prismx at scienceweek.com
Wed Apr 1 20:19:27 EST 1998


Contents of the current weekly edition of SCIENCE-WEEK
(April 3, 1998) (Now available at http://scienceweek.com)
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1. PRESTIGIOUS MEDICAL JOURNAL OPPOSES BAN ON HUMAN CLONING
2. ETHICS OF PLACEBO-CONTROLLED 3RD WORLD STUDIES REVISITED
3. NO LARGE US COMMERCIAL MARKET FOR CANCER GENE TESTING
4. SIMULATION OF CLUMPY STAR-FORMING REGIONS IN HIGH Z GALAXIES
5. ON THE LIFE HISTORY OF BARE VISCOUS BUBBLES
6. ON LATTICE EFFECTS IN MAGNETORESISTIVE MANGANESE PEROVSKITES
7. ON QUANTUM THEORY OF CHEMICAL REACTION DYNAMICS
8. ON LASER CONTROL OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS
9. SOLUBILIZATION OF FULLERENES BY GIANT BLOCK-COPOLYMER MICELLES
10. REDESIGN OF ENZYME TOPOLOGY BY DIRECTED EVOLUTION
11. TOTAL SYNTHESIS OF A POTENT MARINE ORGANISM NEUROTOXIN
12. A DROSOPHILA HOMOLOG OF RX VERTEBRATE HOMEOBOX GENE
13. DENDRITIC CELLS AND THE CONTROL OF IMMUNITY
14. A NEUROPEPTIDE THAT BLOCKS NOCICEPTIN ACTION
15. IDENTIFICATION OF THE INDUCER OF MOSQUITO MALARIA DEVELOPMENT
16. ON POST-POLIO SYNDROME
17. EVIDENCE THAT BREAST CANCER GENE IS APOPTOSIS COACTIVATOR
18. APPARENT DECLINING MORTALITY IN ADVANCED HUMAN HIV INFECTION
Book Notes
Product and Service Notes
Notices - Positions Available
Notices - Miscellaneous
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