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Article ID: 1070

HIV Movement Visualized by Salk Scientists

Salk Institute for Biological Studies

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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14-Dec-1999 12:00 AM EST
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Article ID: 16565

Fats Prevent Nerve Sheath Abnormality

University of North Carolina Health Care System

A study led by scientists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill points to a group of lipids (fats) that are crucial to proper formation of the myelin sheath surrounding nerve fibers. The findings add important new knowledge to the molecular biology of myelin and diseases of myelin loss.

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Article ID: 1069

The Geminids meteor shower is underway

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

The Geminids meteor shower is underway, with a strong peak expected on the morning of Tuesday, Dec. 14. Daily monitoring of the shower, 1999 predictions, observing tips and more are available at http://www.Geminids.com.

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Article ID: 16591

Exotic Microbes Discovered Near Lake Vostok

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Scientists have uncovered a microbial world hidden deep beneath the frozen Antarctic ice.

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Article ID: 16590

Even 'Soft' Stars Have a 'Hard' Side

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Soft-gamma repeaters have a hard enough side that they could almost be mistaken for the hard gamma-ray bursts that come from deep in the observable universe.

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Article ID: 16589

Hurricane Forecast for 'Average' 2000 Season

Colorado State University

A Colorado State University's hurricane expert and his forecast team are calling for a moderate season in 2000, with 11 named storms, seven hurricanes and three intense hurricanes predicted.

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Article ID: 16588

Ozone Layer Recovery in Jeopardy

US Newswire (defunct; sold to PR Newswire)

Environmental, health, and consumer groups alerted the world that the nations signed on to the Montreal Protocol are no longer capable of responding to the serious threat to the ozone layer. This came at the close of the 11th annual negotiating meeting held under this international environmental treaty.

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Article ID: 16585

Wetlands, Waterways, Waterfowl in New Book

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Illinois wetlands, waterways, and waterfowl have come together in a 672-page book and companion field guide that blend history, biological research, conservation management and color photographs and facts.

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Article ID: 16567

Partnership in Distance Learning

University of Michigan

The University of Michigan College of Engineering has entered into talks to form a unique partnership with a new Scottish Centre of Engineering Excellence being formed in Edinburgh.

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Article ID: 16564

Stress Theory Predicts Volcanic Eruptions

University of Michigan

U-M researchers are learning how bubbles in volcanic magma cause sudden hurling of rocks and spewing of poisonous gases. The process is called fragmentation and can be described as a type of brittle failure.

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