By Ben Butkus

In recent months, several independent research groups have found that the continued discovery in human genetic samples of sequences from murine leukemia viruses and related infectious agents is most likely a result of contaminated commercial PCR reagents, and not, as originally thought, a case of the viruses infecting humans.

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The US National Institutes of Health has developed guidelines to gauge whether frail chimpanzees are healthy enough to be moved to a retirement sanctuary.

Osamu Shimomura, who won the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on green fluorescent protein, has died.

In PLOS this week: analytical approach for finding new genetic associations, analysis of Streptococcus pyogenes-infecting viruses, and more.

Stat News reports that the head of IBM Watson Health is leaving her post.

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