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Autism's DNA Trail: Gene variant tied to developmental disorder
October 21, 2006
Volume 170, No. 17, p. 259

Family Tree: An arboreal genome is sequenced
September 16, 2006
Volume 170, No. 12, p. 10

Engineering a Cure: Genetically modified cells fight cancer
September 2, 2006
Volume 170, No. 10, p. 147

Double Dog: Researchers produce first cloned canine
August 6, 2005
Volume 168, No. 6, p. 83

Codes for Killers: Knowledge of microbes could lead to cures
July 16, 2005
Volume 168, No. 3, p. 35

Same Difference: Twins' gene regulation isn't identical
July 9, 2005
Volume 168, No. 2, p. 19

Sound Off
July 2, 2005
Volume 168, No. 1, p. 7

Cancer Link: MicroRNA grabs the spotlight
June 11, 2005
Volume 167, No. 24, p. 371

Founding Families: New World was settled by small tribe
May 28, 2005
Volume 167, No. 22, p. 339

Perfect Match: Embryonic stem cells carry patients' DNA
May 21, 2005
Volume 167, No. 21, p. 323

Insecticide Inside: Gene-modified rice cuts chemical spraying in China
April 30, 2005
Volume 167, No. 18, p. 276

Blood hints at autism's source
April 16, 2005
Volume 167, No. 16, p. 254

Remote Control Minds: Light flashes direct fruit fly behavior
April 9, 2005
Volume 167, No. 15, p. 228

Plants fix genes using copies from ancestors
April 9, 2005
Volume 167, No. 15, p. 235

Code of Many Colors
April 9, 2005
Volume 167, No. 15, p. 232

Expanding the genetic code
April 2, 2005
Volume 167, No. 14, p. 222

Hearing Repaired: Gene therapy restores guinea pigs' hearing
February 19, 2005
Volume 167, No. 8, p. 115

Cloning Milestone: Monkey embryos urged to stem cell stage
December 11, 2004
Volume 166, No. 24, p. 371

DNA Bar Codes
December 4, 2004
Volume 166, No. 23, p. 360

Frozen Assets
November 13, 2004
Volume 166, No. 20, p. 314

Gene Doping
October 30, 2004
Volume 166, No. 18, p. 280

Trash to Treasure: Junk DNA influences eggs, early embryos
October 16, 2004
Volume 166, No. 16, p. 243

Morphinefree Mutant Poppies: Novel plants make pharmaceutical starter
September 25, 2004
Volume 166, No. 13, p. 196

Mr. Universe Jr.: Child's gene mutation confirms protein's role in human-muscle growth
June 26, 2004
Volume 165, No. 26, p. 405

Invasive Genes: Humans incorporate DNA from parasite
July 31, 2004
Volume 166, No. 5, p. 70

Born to Heal
March 13, 2004
Volume 165, No. 11, p. 168

When Genes Escape
October 11, 2003
Volume 164, No. 15, p. 232

Winning Bet: Horse and mule clones cross the finish line
August 9, 2003
Volume 164, No. 6, p. 83

Turbo Genes: Getting a speed boost from DNA
August 2, 2003
Volume 164, No. 5, p. 70

Stout Potatoes: Armed with a new gene, spuds fend off blight
July 19, 2003
Volume 164, No. 3, p. 35

Digital Cells
April 26, 2003
Volume 163, No. 17, p. 267

Moving On: Now the human genome is really done
April 19, 2003
Volume 163, No. 16, p. 245

Happy Anniversary
April 19, 2003
Volume 163, No. 16, p. 248

Cannibalism's DNA Trail: Gene may signal ancient prion-disease outbreaks
April 12, 2003
Volume 163, No. 15, p. 229

Human RNA genes counted up
April 5, 2003
Volume 163, No. 14, p. 221