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Stories by Deborah Erickson

The Hole Story

Fine-pore membranes remove viruses from biological drugs

September 1, 1992 — Deborah Erickson

Hot Potato

Will safety questions curb public appetite for gene-spliced food?

September 1, 1992 — Deborah Erickson

Material Help

Bioengineers produce versions of body tissues

August 1, 1992 — Deborah Erickson

Doomsday Diagnostic?

A precursor protein may predict the risk for Alzheimer's disease

August 1, 1992 — Deborah Erickson

Machine Vision

New ways for the image makers to invent reality

July 1, 1992 — Deborah Erickson

Genes to Order

Companies queue up to realize the promise of gene therapy

June 1, 1992 — Deborah Erickson

Hacking the Genome

The masses of information written in human DNA are being translated into the precise ones and zeros of computer code. The choices made now will determine whether the genome project is a font for future discovery or a binary junkyard of data...

April 1, 1992 — Deborah Erickson

It's a Wrap

Tiny spheres may make oral delivery of proteins a reality

February 1, 1992 — Deborah Erickson

A Better Red

Another candidate in the search for a blood substitute

February 1, 1992 — Deborah Erickson

Growing Strong

Biotechnology's new wave hopes that being first will payoff

January 1, 1992 — Deborah Erickson
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