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In Cancer Research this week, a team led by researchers at Laval University in Canada describe the molecular signature found in the lung tissue of smokers. The team carried out genome-wide gene expression profiling on normal lung tissue from 853 lung cancer patients and compared gene expression between current and never smokers, as well as changes in gene expression over time in the lung tissue of former smokers.

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In Science this week: role for epigenetic in neuronal excitability, and more.

The new Office of Research Integrity director is grappling with complaints from her staff, according to ScienceInsider.

Italian researchers link SNPs in the PDSS2 gene to coffee consumption in a new paper.

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