Did a protective peptide exacerbate Bhopal injuries?
Wise management may keep a safe pesticide effective
Parasites and their hosts have devised many odd strategies-perhaps even sex-in their endless game of adaptive one-upsmanship. Yet sometimes they seem to cooperate.
Antibodies can destroy some viruses inside neurons
Irreproducible achievements finally get what they deserve
Biologists still argue about what a species is
If red wolves are coyotes, they could lose protection
A spoonbender sues his arch critic for libel
Antibody treatments could make transplanted organs acceptable
Did experimental obstacles leave Brown motionless?
A lethal malaria may have an avian origin
Malaria-free mice offer clues for developing a human vaccine
Is a kidney cancer treatment a therapy or an experiment?
A trail of knotted leaves leads to key regulatory genes
A molecular editor makes sensible additions to RNA
The first estimate of protein components may not add up
Calcium influx may cause muscular dystrophy