Retinoic acid causes lethal truncation of the embryo which grows all of its body, except its head, by releasing cells from its posterior end
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The Pacific Northwest Center today announced the launch of a campaign to recruit area families into the National Children’s Study, the largest long-term study of children’s health and development ever undertaken in the United States.
Summertime fog, a common feature along the West Coast, has decline since 1950 while coastal temperatures have increased slightly.
Every 15 months or so, an unfelt earthquake occurs in western Washington and travels northward to Canada’s Vancouver Island.
Based on the successful results of a two-year technology pilot program, UW Medicine will expand its use of Microsoft Amalga Unified Intelligence System (UIS), a data aggregation platform, to support multiple clinical and research initiatives across the health organization.
International law permits abusive fathers custody of children
Research shows that notches carved by rivers at the bottom of glacial valleys in the Swiss Alps survive from one glacial episode to the next
UW Medicine health system tackles, reduces infection rates
Neuroscience of instinct: How animals overcome fear to obtain food
Accurate gene distribution during cell division depends on stable set up.