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Society and ethics - the genetics of disease
The ethical issues raised by the use and storage of genetic information.
Current Opinion in Genetics and Development
Famous formulations - Andrew's Liver Salts
A century of inner cleanliness.
Drug Discovery Today
The weapon potential of a microbe
A rigorous system for evaluating microbes for their weapon potential.
Trends in Microbiology
Data security in life sciences
Securing the way that data are collected, managed and accessed.
Drug Discovery Today: Biosilico
Special Feature
25 years of Trends in Pharmacological Sciences
This special anniversary issue covers some of the key aspects of pharmacology, including historical reviews and future perspectives.
Lifestyle drugs: pharmacology and the social agenda
Cytokines as therapeutics and targets of therapeutics
p53: 25 years after its discovery
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Current Opinion in Biotechnology Current Opinion in Neurobiology
Structure Techniques
Structural aspects of sexual attraction and chemical communication in insects Biotechnological applications of bioluminescence and chemiluminescence
Trends in Biochemical Sciences Trends in Biotechnology
Immune system Plants
Infection and autoimmunity: are we winning the war, only to lose the peace? Sucrose metabolism: regulatory mechanisms and pivotal roles in sugar sensing and plant development
Trends in Parasitology Current Opinion in Plant Biology
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