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‘No one wanted to touch it’: Why a Lyme disease vaccine has been so elusive

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The first human Lyme vaccine was pulled off the market nearly twenty years ago. A new effort faces lingering suspicions ...
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How many genes in the human genome? The debate rages on

Scientific American | 
[In 2000] geneticists were running a sweepstake on how many genes humans have, and wagers ranged from tens of thousands ...

To stop cancer, scientists seek to understand how tumors evolve

Nature | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. About six years ago, ...

Tiny petri dish ‘organoids’ aren’t perfect, but show big promise

Nature | 
It was an otherwise normal day in November when Madeline Lancaster realized that she had accidentally grown a brain. For ...

Researcher probes why viruses remain genetically stable for some time, then rapidly mutate

Popular Science | 
Unlike most kids, Katia Koelle’s first love was math, a passion she picked up from enthusiastic instructors. “One of my ...
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