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Citation: The politics of principles, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 789-789

Authors: Fox, JL
Citation: Jl. Fox, US deliberates on embryonic stem cells, cloning, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 791-791

Authors: Norrie, C
Citation: C. Norrie, New Zealand backs GM technologies, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 792-792

Authors: Dorey, E
Citation: E. Dorey, US rejects stronger bioweapons treaty, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 793-793

Authors: Fletcher, L
Citation: L. Fletcher, IT giants muscle into life science arena, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 794-794

Authors: Robertson, D
Citation: D. Robertson, Racially defined haplotype project debated, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 795-796

Authors: Dorey, E
Citation: E. Dorey, EU plans to label and trace GMOs, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 795-795

Authors: Fletcher, L
Citation: L. Fletcher, GM crops are no panacea for poverty, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 797-798

Authors: Davidson, S
Citation: S. Davidson, Quicker drug approvals on the way for Europe, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 798-799

Authors: Dunker, AK Obradovic, Z
Citation: Ak. Dunker et Z. Obradovic, The protein trinity - linking function and disorder, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 805-806

Authors: Miller, HL
Citation: Hl. Miller, The Bush administration deals a blow to biotechnology - and itself, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 807-808

Authors: Raffensperger, C Barrett, K
Citation: C. Raffensperger et K. Barrett, In defense of the precautionary principle, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 811-812

Authors: Burkitt, M
Citation: M. Burkitt, Too much of a good thing?, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 811-811

Authors: Ishikawa, T Takano, K Fujita, T Igarashi, T
Citation: T. Ishikawa et al., Estrogenic impurities in labware, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 812-812

Authors: Stewart, JJ Allison, PN Johnson, RS
Citation: Jj. Stewart et al., Putting a price on biotechnology - Many bioentrepreneurs incorrectly estimate the value of their technology by failing to account adequately for the cost, risk, and time inherent in product development., NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 813-817

Authors: Reichert, JM
Citation: Jm. Reichert, Monoclonal antibodies in the clinic - Despite initial teething problems, the number of clinically effective monoclonal antibodies is growing., NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 819-822

Authors: Saphire, EO Parren, PWHI
Citation: Eo. Saphire et Pwhi. Parren, Listening for viral infection - Biosensors based on a quartz crystal microbalance show promise for sensitive and rapid viral detection., NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 823-824

Authors: Nolan, GP
Citation: Gp. Nolan, Genetic selection and the lure of SIN - A rapid method for exploring gene function uses alphavirus expression cloning., NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 824-825

Authors: Maliga, P
Citation: P. Maliga, Plastid engineering bears fruit - The tomato has been engineered to express in its plastids high levels of a recombinant protein., NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 826-827

Authors: MacBeath, G
Citation: G. Macbeath, Proteomics comes to the surface - Microarrays of purified proteins, representing most of the yeast genome, prove useful for studying protein functionon a genome-wide scale., NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 828-829

Authors: Cooper, MA Dultsev, FN Minson, T Ostanin, VP Abell, C Klenerman, D
Citation: Ma. Cooper et al., Direct and sensitive detection of a human virus by rupture event scanning, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 833-837

Authors: Reynolds, PN Nicklin, SA Kaliberova, L Boatman, BG Grizzle, WE Balyasnikova, IV Baker, AH Danilov, SM Curiel, DT
Citation: Pn. Reynolds et al., Combined transductional and transcriptional targeting improves the specificity of transgene expression in vivo, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 838-842

Authors: Keyoung, HM Roy, NS Benraiss, A Louissaint, A Suzuki, A Hashimoto, M Rashbaum, WK Okano, H Goldman, SA
Citation: Hm. Keyoung et al., High-yield selection and extraction of two promoter-defined phenotypes of neural stem cells from the fetal human brain, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 843-850

Authors: Koller, D Ruedl, C Loetscher, M Vlach, J Oehen, S Oertle, K Schirinzi, M Deneuve, E Moser, R Kopf, M Bailey, JE Renner, W Bachmann, MF
Citation: D. Koller et al., A high-throughput alphavirus-based expression cloning system for mammaliancells, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 851-855

Authors: Wu, GH Datar, RH Hansen, KM Thundat, T Cote, RJ Majumdar, A
Citation: Gh. Wu et al., Bioassay of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) using microcantilevers, NAT BIOTECH, 19(9), 2001, pp. 856-860
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