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The view from inside the Golgi complex

One of cell biology's leading lights, newly arrived from London, takes a bit of the mystery out of cell division.

The inside of a cell is a highly organized place, where structure and order allow its components to carry out their life-sustaining work. Nowhere is this more apparent than within the Golgi apparatus ...

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Medicine, politics and the 2000 campaign

A veteran analyst of American health care takes the pulse of presidential politics.

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A lifetime making mischief with DNA

Creator of both the first antiviral compound and a landmark AIDS drug, William Prusoff is a study in the quiet pursuit of science.

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The mouse that roared

Once the stuff of myth and science fiction, the transgenic mouse, first created at Yale, has conquered the world of biomedicine.

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Goodbye, Dr. Gifford

After 33 years at Yale and two false starts as a retiree, a roundly admired medical educator calls it a day. Sort of.

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