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Statistical applications in genetics and molecular biology , Vol. 3, No. 1. , doi:10.2202/1544-6115.1027 The problem of identifying differentially expressed genes in designed microarray experiments is considered.
Thursday | Freshnews
GenoVive, a company with a revolutionary gene-based approach to weight management, announced a new partnership with Deoxi Biotecnologia of Brazil to offer its personalized health program in South America.
Thursday | Daily Kos
Genetic Modification is a contentious topic these days. Many consumers demand their right to know and right to choose whether or not to purchase GMOs.
Thursday | Sys-Con Media
Under the agreement each party will be able to generate, sell and use Cre-ERT mouse lines for Tamoxifen induction experiments.
Routine high-throughput microarray transcript profiling experiments and the rapid development of next-generation sequencing technologies generate a large amount of publicly available data, enabling in silico reconstruction of regulatory networks."
While scientists have had an idea of the molecular tools that cells use to replicate DNA -- the enzymes that unzip the double-stranded DNA and create 'daughter' copies -- they did not have a clear picture of how the process works.
More particularly, the present invention relates to a pharmaceutical composition including oleanolic acid acetate or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof as an active ingredient for preventing or treating TLR- and IL-6-mediated diseases, a pharmaceutical composition including an adzuki bean extract containing the compound or the salt thereof ... (more)
A team of researchers at Alabama State University are taking a closer look at what happens to microbial cells after humans die.
Contrary to what was thought, sequences of DNA called enhancers - which control a gene's output - find their targets long before they are activated during embryonic development, scientists at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, Germany, have found.
This article continues the series of Surveys and Summaries on restriction endonucleases begun this year in Nucleic Acids Research .
The cell goes into a defensive mode, with one particular gene expressing a protein whose long scientific name - oligoadenylate synthetases-like protein - is more easily referred to as OASL.
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