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25 March 1993 Vol 362 No 6418 pp275-373
Opinion
Commentaries
Scientific Correspondence
Book Reviews
Guide to Authors
Product Reviews
News
Correspondence
News and Views
Review
Articles
Letters to Nature

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Opinions
How to make the NPT more effective 275
The defection of North Korea from membership of the Non-Proliferation Treaty is a conundrum for the review conference two years from now. Built-in sanctions are now required, as are ways of enforcing membership.
doi:10.1038/362275a0
PDF (123K)
Back-door regulation 275
The British government seems to be hankering after direct control of the universities whose costs it meets.
doi:10.1038/362275b0
PDF (241K)
Hacking in court 276
Is computer hacking criminal or merely another endear-ing kind of mischief?
doi:10.1038/362276a0
PDF (135K)
Commentary
No easy answers for UK science 285
The British government is promising a national strategy for science and technology in its forthcoming White Paper on research. Will its bite live up to its bark? Or will it end up merely rearranging the deck-chairs on the Titanic?
David Dickson
doi:10.1038/362285a0
PDF (323K)
Scientific Correspondence
Recurrence of a binding motif? 299
Mark B. Swindells, Christine A. Orengo, David T. Jones, Laurence H. Pearl & Janet M. Thornton
doi:10.1038/362299a0
References | PDF (240K)
Food for thought 299
Lesley Hughes & Mark Westoby
doi:10.1038/362299b0
PDF (240K)
A purple protist 300
Tom  Fenchel & Catherine Bernard
doi:10.1038/362300a0
References | PDF (197K)
Giant African lakes revisited 300
Euan G. Nisbet
doi:10.1038/362300b0
PDF (197K)
Hidden message 300
Stephen C. Harvey
doi:10.1038/362300c0
References | PDF (197K)
Book Reviews
In peace and in war 301
Robert D. Holt reviews Natural Enemies: The Population Biology of Predators, Parasites and Diseases  By  M. Crawley
doi:10.1038/362301a0
PDF (243K)
Web of intrigue 301
doi:10.1038/362301b0
PDF (243K)
The laughing physicist 302
Roland Pease reviews The God Particle  By  Leon Lederman & Dick Teresi
doi:10.1038/362302a0
PDF (190K)
Mind and meaning 303
John Fox reviews Human and Machine Thinking  By  Philip N. Johnson-Laird
doi:10.1038/362303a0
PDF (217K)
In at the deep end 303
Damian Lawler reviews River Mechanics  By  M. S. Yalin
doi:10.1038/362303b0
PDF (346K)
The jewel in the crown 304
J. R. Tata reviews In Pursuit of Excellence: A History of the Indian Institute of Science  By  B. V. Subbarayappa
doi:10.1038/362304a0
PDF (146K)
Guide to Authors
Guide to authors 374
doi:10.1038/362374a0
PDF (144K)
Product Review
Eye on the marketplace 375
Diane Gershon
doi:10.1038/362375a0
PDF (704K)
News
MicroGeneSys drops out of NIH trial for AIDS vaccine 277
Colin Macilwain
doi:10.1038/362277a0
PDF (137K)
Clinton accepts court's ruling on Antarctica 277
Jeffrey Mervis
doi:10.1038/362277b0
PDF (137K)
Geneticists win Crafoord Prize 277
David Dickson
doi:10.1038/362277c0
PDF (137K)
Curtain falls on Britain's nuclear structure facility 278
David Dickson
doi:10.1038/362278a0
PDF (290K)
Life after death for nuclear physics 278
David Dickson
doi:10.1038/362278b0
PDF (290K)
MITI reshuffles institutes to keep up with the times 279
David Swinbanks
doi:10.1038/362279a0
PDF (363K)
It takes two to nano 279
David Swinbanks
doi:10.1038/362279b0
PDF (363K)
French voters shun 'greens' 279
Declan Butler
doi:10.1038/362279c0
PDF (363K)
Renovation of Paris museum leaves collection in disarray 280
Declan Butler
doi:10.1038/362280a0
PDF (128K)
Syria prodded to end human rights abuses 280
Jenna Roberts
doi:10.1038/362280b0
PDF (128K)
Australopithecus afarensis couple 280
doi:10.1038/362280c0
PDF (128K)
Germany avoids large projects in favour of economic payoffs 281
Alison Abbott
doi:10.1038/362281a0
PDF (147K)
Swiss do well on patents but demand results 281
Oliver Klaffke
doi:10.1038/362281b0
PDF (147K)
Centocor takes the bad news with the good 281
Diane Gershon
doi:10.1038/362281c0
PDF (147K)
Waldegrave says White Paper will not seek radical changes 282
David Dickson
doi:10.1038/362282a0
PDF (143K)
Cold Spring Harbour promotes Stillman 282
Jeffrey Mervis
doi:10.1038/362282b0
PDF (143K)
China in Brief 282
You Qin Li
doi:10.1038/362282c0
PDF (143K)
Biologists denounce UC role in funding start-up companies 283
Sally Lehrman
doi:10.1038/362283a0
PDF (136K)
US meat inspections may get a strong dose of science 283
Colin Macilwain
doi:10.1038/362283b0
PDF (136K)
Correspondence
Wrong site for Japanese labs 284
Shingo Shibata
doi:10.1038/362284a0
PDF (144K)
Gene therapy 284
Fulvio Mavilio & Claudio Bordignon
doi:10.1038/362284b0
PDF (144K)
Hard physics 284
Azam Mashhadi
doi:10.1038/362284c0
PDF (144K)
News & Views
Where the AIDS virus hides away 287
Two research groups have independently shown that the long and variable latency period between HIV infection and overt AIDS is explained by replication of virus in the lymph nodes. Even Duesberg must pay attention.
John Maddox
doi:10.1038/362287a0
PDF (149K)
Mammoths in miniature 288
A. M. Lister
doi:10.1038/362288a0
References | PDF (240K)
Lighting up logic 289
Robert W. Keyes
doi:10.1038/362289a0
PDF (337K)
Ancient sea water 290
Paul Knauth
doi:10.1038/362290a0
References | PDF (352K)
Recitative and aria 291
Greg Lemke
doi:10.1038/362291a0
References | PDF (364K)
Where has HIV been hiding? 292
Howard M. Temin & Dani P. Bolognesi
doi:10.1038/362292a0
References | PDF (364K)
Making of the minibody 293
F. A. Quiocho
doi:10.1038/362293a0
References | PDF (494K)
Going with the flow 294
Simon Lamb
doi:10.1038/362294a0
PDF (519K)
Cracks take a new turn 295
M. Marder
doi:10.1038/362295a0
PDF (372K)
Reaction cycles 296
doi:10.1038/362296a0
PDF (215K)
Intolerant mice 296
doi:10.1038/362296b0
PDF (215K)
Cool work 296
doi:10.1038/362296c0
PDF (215K)
Bridging the gap 297
Graham Warren
doi:10.1038/362297a0
References | PDF (405K)
Perfect stress 298
David Jones
doi:10.1038/362298a0
PDF (144K)
Review
Optimally, mutation and the evolution of ageing 305
L. Partridge & N. H. Barton
doi:10.1038/362305a0
Abstract & References | PDF (1,753K)
Articles
Glial growth factors are alternatively spliced erbB2 ligands expressed in the nervous system 312
Mark A. Marchionni, Andrew D. J. Goodearl, Maio Su Chen, Olivia Bermingham-McDonogh, Cassandra Kirk, Marvin Hendricks, Frank Danehy, Don Misumi, Judith Sudhalter, Kazumi Kobayashi, Diana Wroblewski, Catherine Lynch, Mark Baldassare, Ian Hiles, John B. Davis, J. Justin Hsuan, Nicholas F. Totty, Masayuki Otsu, Robert N. McBurney, Michael D. Waterfield, Paul Stroobant & David Gwynne
doi:10.1038/362312a0
Abstract & References | PDF (957K)
SNAP receptors implicated in vesicle targeting and fusion 318
Thomas Söllner, Sidney W. Whiteheart, Michael Brunner, Hediye Erdjument-Bromage, Scott Geromanos, Paul Tempst & James E. Rothman
doi:10.1038/362318a0
Abstract & References | PDF (1,074K)
Letters
A young source of optical emission from distant radio galaxies 324
F. Hammer, O. Le Fèvre & M. C. Angonin
doi:10.1038/362324a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (346K)
Support for a unified model of radio galaxies and quasars from isotropic [O II] emission 326
R. Hes, P. D. Barthel & R. A. E. Fosbury
doi:10.1038/362326a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (336K)
Transition between crack patterns in quenched glass plates 329
A. Yuse & M. Sano
doi:10.1038/362329a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (395K)
Role of sulphur photochemistry in tropical ozone changes after the eruption of Mount Pinatubo 331
S. Bekki, R. Toumi & J. A. Pyle
doi:10.1038/362331a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (333K)
Isotopic evidence for the source of lead in Greenland snows since the late 1960s 333
K. J. R. Rosman, W. Chisholm, C. F. Boutron, J. P. Candelone & U. Görlach
doi:10.1038/362333a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (350K)
Cambrian sea water preserved as inclusions in marine low-magnesium calcite cement 335
W. J. Johnson & R. H. Goldstein
doi:10.1038/362335a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (382K)
Holocene dwarf mammoths from Wrangel Island in the Siberian Arctic 337
S. L. Vartanyan, V. E. Garutt & A. V. Sher
doi:10.1038/362337a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (636K)
A Lyme borreliosis cycle in seabirds and Ixodes uriae ticks 340
Björn Olsén, Thomas G. T. Jaenson, Laila Noppa, Jonas Bunikis & Sven Bergström
doi:10.1038/362340a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (471K)
The neural correlates of the verbal component of working memory 342
E. Paulesu, C. D. Frith & R. S. J. Frackowiak
doi:10.1038/362342a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (668K)
Different binding epitopes on the NK1 receptor for substance P and a non-peptide antagonist 345
Ulrik Gether, Teit E. Johansen, R. Michael Snider, John A. Lowe III, Shigetada Nakanishi & Thue W. Schwartz
doi:10.1038/362345a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (468K)
A single amino acid of the cholecystokinin-B/gastrin receptor determines specificity for non-peptide antagonists 348
Martin Beinborn, Young-Mee Lee, Edward W. McBride, Suzanne M. Quinn & Alan S. Kopin
doi:10.1038/362348a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (346K)
Amino–aromatic interaction between histidine 197 of the neurokinin-1 receptor and CP 96345 350
Tung Ming Fong, Margaret A. Cascieri, Hong Yu, Alka Bansal, Christopher Swain & Catherine D. Strader
doi:10.1038/362350a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (482K)
SNAP family of NSF attachment proteins includes a brain-specific isoform 353
Sidney W. Whiteheart, Irene C. Griff, Michael Brunner, Douglas O. Clary, Thomas Mayer, Susan A. Buhrow & James E. Rothman
doi:10.1038/362353a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (405K)
HIV infection is active and progressive in lymphoid tissue during the clinically latent stage of disease 355
Giuseppe Pantaleo, Cecilia Graziosi, James F. Demarest, Luca Butini, Maria Montroni, Cecil H. Fox, Jan M. Orenstein, Donald P. Kotler & Anthony S. Fauci
doi:10.1038/362355a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (970K)
Massive covert infection of helper T lymphocytes and macrophages by HIV during the incubation period of AIDS 359
Janet Embretson, Mary Zupancic, Jorge L. Ribas, Alien Burke, Paul Racz, Klara Tenner-Racz & Ashley T. Haase
doi:10.1038/362359a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (1,107K)
Two circadian oscillators in one cell 362
Till Roenneberg & David Morse
doi:10.1038/362362a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (636K)
Mechanical basis of meiotic metaphase arrest 364
Kirn S. McKim, Janet Ko Jang, William E. Theurkauf & R. Scott Hawley
doi:10.1038/362364a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (464K)
A designed metal-binding protein with a novel fold 367
Antonello Pessi, Elisabetta Bianchi, Andreas Crameri, Sara Venturini, Anna Tramontano & Maurizio Sollazzo
doi:10.1038/362367a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (338K)
Identification of an Alu retrotransposition event in close proximity to a strong candidate gene for Huntington's disease 370
Y. Paul Goldberg, Johanna M. Rommens, Susan E. Andrew, Gordon B. Hutchinson, Biaoyang Lin, Jane Theilmann, Rona Graham, Martha L. Glaves, Elizabeth Starr, Helen McDonald, Jamal Nasir, Keith Schappert, Michael A. Kalchman, Lorne A. Clarke & Michael R. Hayden
doi:10.1038/362370a0
First paragraph & References | PDF (851K)
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