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We Live In The Past, Salk Scientists Discover

La Jolla, CA – If you think you?re living in the past, you're right – and science can tell you just how far behind the times you are. According to a new Salk study, it's at least 80 milliseconds, just slightly longer than the blink of an eye.

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Potential Male Contraceptive Target Discovered by Salk Scientists

La Jolla, CA – The first gene to control male fertility without affecting sexual behavior or physical appearance has been identified by Salk researchers. The study, appearing in the current Nature Genetics, demonstrates that a certain genetic mutation eliminates sperm development in male mice. It has no effect on females.

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Plant "DWARF" Gene Found By Salk Scientists

La Jolla, CA – Manicuring golf courses and the ritual mowing of suburban lawns may soon be relegated to history with the discovery of a new "dwarf" gene that limits plant stem length.

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HIV Movement Visualized by Salk Scientists

La Jolla, CA – A new technique developed by Salk scientists allows the first glimpse of HIV inside a living cell and shows how the virus advances toward its ultimate target, the nucleus.

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Gene That Speeds Maturation In Plants Isolated By Scientists At The Salk Institute

La Jolla, CA – A gene that speeds up the maturation process in plants, resulting in earlier development and flowering, has been isolated by a team of scientists at The Salk Institute.

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Structure of Molecular Scissors Critical for the Shaping of Cells Revealed by Structural Biologists at The Salk Institute

La Jolla, CA – The living cell is the prototypical shape-shifter. At any given moment, it will reorganize itself to move, grow, replicate and even die.

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Exercise Makes Mice Smarter, Salk Scientists Demonstrate

La Jolla, CA – Should you hit the treadmill before hitting the books?

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Vitamin A Shown To Be Critical For Heart Location In Vertebrate Animals

La Jolla, CA – To make sure your heart's in the right place, you need to add just the right amount of vitamin A.

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Finding Suggests New Therapy For Genetic Disorder

La Jolla, CA – A home movie of toddlers will show them wobble and weave, often to the amusement of adult viewers. But for babies born with the rare genetic disease ataxia-telangiectasia, commonly known as A-T, what may seem like normal and adorable lack of polish accelerates into a progressive and pervasive loss of muscle control and early death.

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Plant Enzyme Important For Nutraceuticals Deciphered By Salk Scientists

La Jolla, CA – The three-dimensional structure of a linchpin enzyme plants need to thrive – and one viewed as a key player in the growing nutraceutical market – has been revealed in atomic detail by scientists at The Salk Institute.

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