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Unraveling the Chinese cabbage genome
20-January-2012

The draft genome of the Chinese cabbage could underpin genetic improvement of brassica vegetable and oil crops

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Keeping an eye on the Japanese genome
13-January-2012

A particular type of age-related macular degeneration in the Japanese population is linked to four regions of the genome

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Twist-and-glow molecules aid rapid gas detection
13-January-2012

Fast and sensitive detection and identification of air-borne gases is now possible using a newly developed sensor

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Longer-lasting chemical catalysts
13-January-2012

Wrapping palladium nanoparticles inside a self-assembled polymer matrix makes catalysts easier to retain and recycle

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nanoCAGE reveals transcriptional landscape of the mouse main olfactory epithelium
6-January-2012

Researchers at the RIKEN Omics Science Center, collaborating with scientists from Italy, Norway, the United States, the United Kingdom and Germany, have found promoters for olfactory receptor genes using nanoCAGE technology, which enables comprehensive analysis of transcription start sites (TSSs) from tiny biological samples.

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