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Table of Contents: June 2006

The image was produced by confocal laser scanning microscopy of XY mouse embryonic gonads at 12.5 days post-coitum. Sertoli cells, stained by indirect fluorescence for SOX9 (purple), enclose gonocytes marked by PECAM (green) in testis cords. Testicular vasculature outside cords is visualized by endothelial cell staining for PECAM (See Capel et al.).

Image Credit: Photograph by Yuna Kim

Editorials

Instituting Change

Hemai Parthasarathy

Features

Restoring Nature's Backbone

Henry Nicholls

Book Reviews/Science in the Media

All for All

John Sulston

Research Articles

X Chromosomes Alternate between Two States prior to Random X-Inactivation

Susanna Mlynarczyk-Evans, Morgan Royce-Tolland, Mary Kate Alexander, Angela A Andersen, Sundeep Kalantry, Joost Gribnau, Barbara Panning

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Chromosomal Distribution of PcG Proteins during Drosophila Development

Nicolas Nègre, Jérôme Hennetin, Ling V Sun, Sergey Lavrov, Michel Bellis, Kevin P White, Giacomo Cavalli

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High Guanine and Cytosine Content Increases mRNA Levels in Mammalian Cells

Grzegorz Kudla, Leszek Lipinski, Fanny Caffin, Aleksandra Helwak, Maciej Zylicz

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Dynamic Interaction of TTDA with TFIIH Is Stabilized by Nucleotide Excision Repair in Living Cells

Giuseppina Giglia-Mari, Catherine Miquel, Arjan F Theil, Pierre-Olivier Mari, Deborah Hoogstraten, Jessica M. Y Ng, Christoffel Dinant, Jan H. J Hoeijmakers, Wim Vermeulen

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Fgf9 and Wnt4 Act as Antagonistic Signals to Regulate Mammalian Sex Determination

Yuna Kim, Akio Kobayashi, Ryohei Sekido, Leo DiNapoli, Jennifer Brennan, Marie-Christine Chaboissier, Francis Poulat, Richard R Behringer, Robin Lovell-Badge, Blanche Capel

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How a Lateralized Brain Supports Symmetrical Bimanual Tasks

Roland S Johansson, Anna Theorin, Göran Westling, Mikael Andersson, Yukari Ohki, Lars Nyberg

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Resistance Evolution to Bt Crops: Predispersal Mating of European Corn Borers

Ambroise Dalecky, Sergine Ponsard, Richard I Bailey, Céline Pélissier, Denis Bourguet

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Climate, Deer, Rodents, and Acorns as Determinants of Variation in Lyme-Disease Risk

Richard S Ostfeld, Charles D Canham, Kelly Oggenfuss, Raymond J Winchcombe, Felicia Keesing

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Metabolic Complementarity and Genomics of the Dual Bacterial Symbiosis of Sharpshooters

Dongying Wu, Sean C Daugherty, Susan E Van Aken, Grace H Pai, Kisha L Watkins, Hoda Khouri, Luke J Tallon, Jennifer M Zaborsky, Helen E Dunbar, Phat L Tran, Nancy A Moran, Jonathan A Eisen

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