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Re: on topic?

  • From: Keith Mitchell
  • Date: Thu Jun 15 15:17:58 2006

Marshall Eubanks wrote:
> 
> When the inevitable T-shirt is made with this on it, I want a copy.

There's more ! At the risk of following the bad precedent set by my new
employer for the on-topicness of postings here :-)

...having a geneticist in the house clued me into this one some time
ago. Apparently:

- NANOG is a new marker for testicular carcinoma in situ and germ cell
tumours.
- Ten processed NANOG pseudogenes are identified in the complete human
genome

Notable publication titles include:
- "Eleven daughters of NANOG"
- "Nanog: a new recruit to the embryonic stem cell orchestra"

Won't do this again...

Keith
http://www.keithmitchell.co.uk

> On Jun 14, 2006, at 6:14 PM, Paul Vixie wrote:
> 
>> "The effect of Nanog is remarkable. All the hybrid cells became
>> fully converted to embryonic stem cells," said Jose Silva of the
>> University of Edinburgh, Scotland, who reported the findings in the
>> journal Nature.




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