Volume 333 Issue 6170, 19 May 1988

Opinion

  • Opinion |

    After nearly a decade of stagnation, schemes for reorganizing the British research councils are in the air again. That is as it should be.

  • Opinion |

    Will the same recipe for research serve M. Mitterrand as well during his second presidency?

  • Opinion |

    The British committee overseeing the practice of IVF may not have much life ahead of it.

News

Correspondence

News & Views

Scientific Correspondence

Book Review

Review Article

Article

Letter

Product Review

  • Product Review |

    The Fab' fragments of antibodies can be combined with eleven gold-atom clusters to produce the smallest gold-conjugated antibody probes yet developed.

    • J. F. Hainfeld
  • Product Review |

    The frontiers of molecular biology and immunology have been expanded through the use of radioisotopic and fluorescent labels. Several new reagents are described below.

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