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August 1, Vol. 35, No. 14

  • Feature Articles

    • A Hand in Weaving Cells’ Fates
    • Richard A. Stein
    • One of the most fascinating processes in biology involves the fusion between two haploid gametocytes to form a diploid zygote, from which all the cell types of an adult organism originate Cellular reprogramming plays crucial functions at several stages during ... more »
    • PCR Shows Off Its Clinical Chops
    • MaryAnn Labant
    • Since its invention by Kary B Mullis in 1985, the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) has become well established, even routine, in research laboratories And now PCR is becoming more common in clinical applications, thanks to advances in genomics and the ... more »
    • Molecular Pathology’s Contextual Cues
    • DeeAnn Visk
    • Molecular pathology attempts to describe and understand the origins and mechanisms of disease by evaluating the molecular content of patient samples Increasingly, “molecular content” is being seen as an intricate, interconnected whole, a dynamic collection of interacting parts In other ... more »