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  • Professors at Berkeley and Stanford share Nobel Prize for medicine

    Professors at Berkeley and Stanford share Nobel Prize for medicine
    Professors of molecular and cellular biology at UC Berkeley and Stanford University are sharing the 2013 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for their work in unraveling the mystery of a key cellular process. Randy W. Schekman of Berkeley and Thomas...
  • Osiris strikes deal to sell marquee stem-cell drug for $100M

    Osiris strikes deal to sell marquee stem-cell drug for $100M
    Columbia biotechnology company Osiris Therapeutics has reached a deal to sell its marquee stem-cell drug, the first to win government approval, for up to $100 million. A subsidiary of Australian company Mesoblast Ltd. has agreed to pay $50 million for...
  • Man held on $350K in sexual abuse of girlfriend's relative

    Man held on $350K in sexual abuse of girlfriend's relative
    A man was ordered held on $350,000 bail Sunday and accused of sexually abusing his girlfriend's young relative after DNA evidence left on the child's clothes linked him to the crime. Rodney Jackson, 29, whose birthday is this week, was charged with...
  • Harnessing our yen for sex, drugs and food to deliver medicine

    Harnessing our yen for sex, drugs and food to deliver medicine
    You might think from reading the medical news these days that our voracious appetite for food, drugs and sex is a bad thing. That neglects clear evidence that the powerful and reliable impulse to do things that make us feel good has been essential to...
  • Last blood meal found in belly of 46-million-year-old mosquito fossil

    Last blood meal found in belly of 46-million-year-old mosquito fossil
    Scientists have discovered the last blood meal of a 46 million-year-old female mosquito, and isolated a little fragment of the protein in it, too. The findings, published this week in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, show...
  • Crime lab to get two new robots

    Technicians at the Verdugo Regional Crime Laboratory will soon be able to work more efficiently during DNA extractions thanks to two robots the lab is going to purchase. The City Council Tuesday approved use of a DNA backlog grant from the National...
  • Couple joins forces to research breast cancer genetics

    Couple joins forces to research breast cancer genetics
    If one sign of a happy relationship is that the partners rarely run out of things to talk about, then cancer researchers Stephen Baylin and Feyruz Rassool of Baltimore have been a blessed couple indeed. In the 13 years they've been married, they've...
  • Witness in bat-beating trial: 'He stated that he did some bogus (stuff)'

    Witness in bat-beating trial: 'He stated that he did some bogus (stuff)'
    A key prosecution witness testified Monday that she smoked marijuana in her minivan and listened to a song on the radio while her companion, Heriberto Viramontes, allegedly beat and robbed two women under a Bucktown viaduct a short distance away. The...
  • A new biological clock measures altered DNA, not birthday candles

    A new biological clock measures altered DNA, not birthday candles
    Move over birthday candles, and step aside telomeres; there may be a new kind of biological clock in town. And this one may prove useful in predicting where age-related diseases such as cancer are most likely to strike. The proposed new body clock...
  • L.A. Zoo attempts to close Komodo dragon gender gap

    L.A. Zoo attempts to close Komodo dragon gender gap
    The Los Angeles Zoo is trying to raise the population of female Komodo dragons, a giant and endangered lizard, by using a DNA test originally devised to identify the gender of bird eggs. Swelling the female ranks would help close a gender gap in captive...
  • Sex offender again claims consensual encounter with alleged victim

    Sex offender again claims consensual encounter with alleged victim
    As he has done in three recent trials, the attorney for convicted sex offender Nelson Bernard Clifford told jurors Wednesday that he had a "consensual encounter" with a woman who says he broke into her home and attacked her. Baltimore prosecutors told...