SCIENCE-WEEK: Headlines (27 Feb 98)

Claire Haller prismx at scienceweek.com
Thu Feb 26 19:34:47 EST 1998


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Contents of the Latest Issue Feb 27, 1998:

1. On Confronting Creationist Fallacies
2. On Beauty and Truth in Scientific Theories
3. Questions Concerning Open Access to Crystallographic Data
4. Gamma Ray Burst Fireball Model May Need Revision
5. Lower Lithosphere Flow and Continental Strike-Slip Faults
6. Mountain Waves and Increased Stratospheric Ozone Depletion
7. Prediction of Small Protein Conformations
8. On the Transport of Water in Plants
9. An Estrogen Metabolite that Forms a DNA Adduct
10. Antigen-Specific T-Cell Anergy and Tumor Progression
11. Animal Intestinal Symbiont Stage of a Common Soil Bacterium
12. Cell-Cycle Kinetics During Development of Primate Cortex
13. Amyloid Secretion and Apoptosis in Cerebellum Cells
14. Anomalous Calcium Ion Flux Through Cardiac Sodium Channels
15. Variations in Neuron Number and Vocal Imitation in Birds
16. Prevention of Age-Related Vascular Changes by Aminoguanidine
17. On the Metastasis of Cancer Cells
18. Cellular Interactions of Ebola Virus Glycoproteins
19. Acorns, Gypsy Moth Outbreaks, and Lyme Disease Risk
20. Health Insurance and the Access of Children to Primary Care
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