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National Institute of General Medical Sciences: Inside Life Science

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The National Institute of General Medical Sciences has worked to create this excellent series of articles that help explain "how basic biomedical research - from the history of a field to the people doing cutting-edge work today - lays the foundation for advances in disease diagnosis, treatment and prevention." First-time visitors might want to check out articles like "What Students Want to Know About Cells," "Remarkable RNAs," and "Forecasting Flu" to get the flavor of the site. Each article contains illustrative material, such as photos, charts, diagrams, and links to other relevant publications. Visitors can share these articles via email or sign up to receive the site's free newsletter. Finally, visitors can also locate articles by general topic: Cell Biology, Genetics, Pharmacology, and several others.
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