Biology

Annals of Applied Biology
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This year, Annals of Applied Biology celebrates its 100th anniversary. To mark the occasion, we present remarks from Editor-in-Chief Jari Valkonen, Professor of Plant Pathology at the...

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No apologies for returning to the topic of CRISPR, a technology that underpins some of the hottest Research Fronts identified by Thomson Reuters Essential Science Indicators and which we...

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Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is the most common form of brain tumor in adults, responsible for more than half of all brain tumors. Prognosis is generally very poor, with survival measured in...

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“Why me?” is a direct or implied question from many patients diagnosed with cancer, but there is rarely a simple answer. At some point in any discussion with healthcare professionals or during the...

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A new addition to the genetic engineer’s toolbox has surfaced as a hot topic. Called CRISPR, for Clustered Regularly Interspaced S...

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Biomedical science has been quick to emulate the open-source model, derived from software development, at least in some spheres. It is hard, however, to imagine an open-source model for drug...

DNA Mapping At Birth is the Norm to Avoid Disease Risk
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The evolution of micro-total analysis systems (singlecell analysis) and advancements in nanotechnology, coupled with more widespread Big Data technologies...

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Listed by average citations per paper, among worldwide institutions whose affiliated authors published at least 1,000 papers between January 1, 2004 and April 30, 2014 in Thomson Reuters-indexed...

Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases cover
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A recent analysis of data from Thomson Reuters Web of Knowledge has determined that the journal Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases is a Rising Star in the field of Immunology....

REUTERS/RTR2NJVF
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Hardly a month goes by without the media reporting the discovery of trace amounts of some unwanted chemical in the things we eat and drink. Some enter the food chains by accident, such as...

DNA strands
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Glance at the titles of the Top Ten biology papers and you can just about make out a pattern. Scattered here and there are words like large-scale, identifies, susceptibility...

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