- #Nobel winner Blackburn's 2004 #PLoS Biology essay: Reason as Our Guide -http://shar.es/140kQ3 minutes ago from ShareThis.com
- #Nobel winner Greider's re #PLoS Genetics pub on telomeres in Primary and Tumor Cells -http://shar.es/140wf5 minutes ago from ShareThis.com
- #Nobel winner Szostak has many #PLoSOne pubshttp://tinyurl.com/yeel5sthttp://tinyurl.com/ycb34c5http://tinyurl.com/yegusbc7 minutes ago from web
- Yippe - another Nobel Prize for work in Tetrahymena - see my #PLoS Biology paper on the genome here -http://shar.es/140hE12 minutes ago from ShareThis.com
- The Greider Lab | Johns Hopkins Medicine -http://shar.es/1406w #Nobel14 minutes ago from ShareThis.com
- Blackburn Lab Research - http://shar.es/140G9#Nobel15 minutes ago from ShareThis.com
- Szostak Lab: Home Page http://shar.es/140G3#Nobel15 minutes ago from ShareThis.com
Monday, October 05, 2009
Some tweets of mine with links about #PLoS papers by #Nobel winners
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