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[4/9/2014] Researchers develop novel molecular blood group typing technique

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[3/27/2014] Mechanical forces driving breast cancer lead to key molecular dis...

[3/17/2014] Fighting antibiotic resistance with 'molecular drill bits'...

[3/13/2014] Exchange rate behaves like particles in a molecular fluid

[2/10/2014] MARC Travel Awards announced for Association of Biomolecular Reso...

[1/30/2014] Scientists unveil a molecular mechanism that controls plant growt...

[1/24/2014] Plant scientists unravel a molecular switch to stimulate leaf gro...

[1/22/2014] FASEB announces 2014 Science Research Conference: Molecular Bioph...

[1/22/2014] FASEB announces SRC: Molecular Mechanisms of Intestinal Lipid Tra...

[1/16/2014] A CNIO study finds a 'molecular scaffolding' that maintai...

[1/9/2014] BerGenBio Presents Data at AACR-ISLAC Conference on the Molecular...

[1/9/2014] Life Technologies to Provide Ion Torrent Sequencing Platform to Q...

[1/7/2014] Of lice and men (and chimps): Study tracks pace of molecular evol...

[12/30/2013] Molecular evolution of genetic sex-determination switch in honeyb...

[12/26/2013] Molecular markers used for assessment of early sciatic nerve inju...

[12/20/2013] A wrong molecular turn leads down the path to Type 2 diabetes

[12/18/2013] York U molecular communication researchers send world's first...

[12/17/2013] Caris Life Sciences Receives Patent for Molecular Profiling Servi...

[12/15/2013] Uncovering first molecular missteps that drive neurons in pathway...


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