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Arabidopsis plants that only reach half their normal height have a mutation in the biosynthesis of the plant growth factor gibberellin
NOVATO, Calif., Oct. 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- BioMarin Pharmaceutical Inc. (Nasdaq: BMRN) today announced its program for BMN-111, a peptide therapeutic for the treatment of achondroplasia.
LOS ANGELES, June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Celebrating its 24th anniversary, this year's Sports Spectacular - the premier sports awards gala in the country - will bring together more than 80 of the nation's top athletes with 1800 prominent members of the financial, entertainment, legal and corporate communities from Los Angeles and New York.
LANSDALE, Pa., April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Today the human growth hormone (HGH) industry approaches $2 billion a year. It claims benefits for enhancing athletic performance, anti-aging and stimulating growth.
Surgeons and specialists should be aware of interrelated symptoms.
The Associated Press LONDON Trafalgar Square routinely serves as a stage for mimes, jugglers and other acts, but the tourist attraction drew an exceptionally curious crowd Tuesday when the shortest man who can walk met the woman with the longest legs.
A U.S. anthropologist is rebutting claims that fossilized bones found in the Micronesian islands were those of Hobbitlike little people.
New research has found that as men age, the quality of their sperm deteriorates, making it more likely they will have trouble becoming fathers and increasing the possibility of having a child with dwarfism.
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- In medicine, cauterization.