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January 10, 2005 Cover
Volume 83, Issue 2
X-ray structure reveals how these enzymes use light to repair DNA damaged by UV radiation
Custom-made molecules assemble into pentagonal and other unusual patterns
Technology and Business News for the Laboratory World
Companies and conservation groups join to demand revised U.S. gas plan
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