Friday, April 20, 2007
This week in Science
This week's Science includes a special section on germ cells -- the reproductive cells of an organism.
George Q. Daley of Children's Hospital Boston, Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Harvard Stem Cell Institute asks whether the cup is half empty or half full for embryonic stem cells.
David C. Page of the Whitehead Institute and MIT considers the mysteries of sexual identity from the germ cell's perspective.
Alexander F. Schier of the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT writes about the death and birth of RNAs during the maternal-zygotic transition.
Also in Science, Rachael L. Neve of Harvard and McLean Hospital is an author of a new study in mice about neurons competing to encode a memory in the brain.
Posted by Elizabeth Cooney at 01:03 PM