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Cryopreservation: Wood frogs may provide a guide to preserving donor organs

David Templeton | 
Long-term preservation of donor organs and tissue for on-demand transplants and medical procedures sounds futuristic...But, hey, the Arctic wood frog ...

Forensic tests may fail if samples contain DNA from multiple people

Paula Ward | 
Experts across the world agree that, while DNA analysis for an individual sample is considered to be the gold standard ...

Corneal stem cell research rapidly translated to the clinic shows promise

David Templeton | 
In Hyderabad, India, Sayan Basu is using stem cells in a pilot project to restore the eyesight of patients with ...

Rewinding cell development: Sisters’ cells reveal rare gene mutation

David Templeton | 
As siblings, Hayley and Bari Mogul share biological characteristics. Unfortunately one that they share is a rare metabolic disorder that ...

You own your DNA, but who owns your genes?

Gabrielle Banks | 
The following is an excerpt. Last month, the American Civil Liberties Union and a host of co-plaintiffs appeared for oral ...

Genes not the only predictor of a human’s fate, even in identical twins

David Templeton | 
The following is an excerpt. On Jan. 16, Pauline Friedman Phillips, the woman who wrote under the pen name Abigail ...

Tiny ancient animal club gains a member: Mini-mammoth

James Gorman | 
There's a new addition to the "tiny ancient animals I'd like to have as a pet" list: a mini-mammoth that ...
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