Genetics Newswire (Page 10)

Genetics Newswire (Page 10)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Genetics. (Page 10)

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  1. Research links prenatal stress to babies' health in war zonesRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | University of Florida News

    ... our bodies all the way down to our genes," said Kertes, who also is affiliated with the University of Florida Genetics Institute. The study was published in the January/February issue of Child Development, the flagship journal for the Society for ...

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  2. Early risers are more likely to be slimmer, while night owls pack on the poundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Daily Mail

    ... you are a morning person or a night owl. 'With large genetic databases available for study, we can uncover the genetics behind a variety of conditions and diseases and hopefully reach a better understanding of how we differ from one another.' But ...

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  3. This one factor may explain why you're a morning person or a night owlRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Silicon Alley Insider

    A study of nearly 90,000 people who had their genomes sequenced by the consumer genetics company 23andMe has identified 15 genes that are linked to reports of being an early or a late riser. The findings, which were published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications, could improve our understanding of how our bodily clocks work - both in healthy people and in those of us with sleep disorders.

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  4. Research Links Prenatal Stress to Babies' Health in War ZonesRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Newswise

    ... our bodies all the way down to our genes," said Kertes, who also is affiliated with the University of Florida Genetics Institute. The study was published in the January/February issue of Child Development, the flagship journal for the Society for ...

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  5. 23andMe Blames Chipper Mornings on GeneticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Wired

    You don't need to read your DNA to figure out that you're a morning person. You rise before your alarm clock.

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  6. Is Being a Morning Person in Your DNA?Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Newswise

    Newswise - 23andMe, Inc., the leading personal genetics company, today announced the results of one of the largest genome-wide association studies of its kind, identifying genetic variants associated with being a morning person. Published in Nature Communications the study identified 15 locations in DNA associated with "morningness."

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  7. Study identifies genetic variants associated with preference to mornings or nightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... research scientist at 23andMe and a co-author of the paper. "With the information we have, we can uncover the genetics behind a variety of conditions and diseases, and hopefully reach a better understanding of how we differ from one another." The ...

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  8. Genes behind brain tumour identifiedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | ANSA.it

    Rome, February 2 - Researchers have identified the genes and mechanisms involved in the development of a rare brain tumour linked to epilepsy, an article published in the Nature Genetics journal showed. The researchers, which include a team from the Meyer Children's Hospital in Florence, discovered the genetic mutation behind the Angiocentric Glioma tumour, which mainly affects children and young adults.

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  9. Health Highlights: Feb. 2, 2016Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | HON

    ... have carefully mapped out towards the legalization of (genetically modified) babies," David King, of Human Genetics Alert, said at the British fertility regulator's recent meeting to consider the gene editing approval, the AP reported. Some ...

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  10. Better Cystic Fibrosis Test InventedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Bioscience Technology

    ... scientist at the Stanford Genome Technology Center when the study was conducted and is now associate professor of genetics at the Yale School of Medicine. "Cystic fibrosis newborn screening has shown us that early diagnosis really matters," said ...

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  11. Iowa State University Researchers Link 'Housekeeping' Gene with Male InfertilityRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Newswise

    ... Singh said around 5 percent of men deal with infertility concerns, and little is known about the intersection of genetics and infertility. He said genome-wide association studies have linked only around six genes in the human genome to male ...

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  12. Newly Identified Pathway Links Fetal Brain Development to Adult Social BehaviorRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Newswise

    ... to lead to social and repetitive behavior disorders," said Anthony Wynshaw-Boris, MD, PhD, Chair, Department of Genetics and Genome Sciences, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and University Hospitals Case Medical Center. The work ...

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  13. Uncommon surnames narrate the family history of those who bear themRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | EurekAlert!

    ... a researcher from the Department of Medicine at Jaume I University in Castellon and from the Human Evolutionary Genetics Group at the University of Oxford, as well as the main author of the article published in the journal ' European Journal of ...

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  14. 'Gene fusion' mutation uses 3-way mechanism to drive childhood brain cancersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | EurekAlert!

    ... mechanisms in other forms of cancers in both children and adults. The study, published online in Nature Genetics this week, emerged from a multi-center collaborative effort led by Penn, CHOP, and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. The broad aim of ...

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  15. Do You Share Political Preferences With Your Parents?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Psychology Today

    ... However, often neglected in this research is the role of genes. For some it may seem inappropriate to use genetics to study political orientation, given that some of history's more unsavoury political regimes have used a crude misunderstanding of ...

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  16. Britain approves controversial gene-editing techniqueRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | The Honolulu Advertiser

    ... carefully mapped out towards the legalization of (genetically modified) babies," David King of advocacy group Human Genetics Alert said last month when the British fertility regulator met on the topic. Around the world, laws and guidelines vary ...

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  17. Britain approves controversial gene-editing experimentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Albany Times Union

    ... mapped out towards the legalization" of genetically modified babies, David King of the advocacy group Human Genetics Alert said last month when British regulators took up the issue. Marcy Darnovsky , executive director of the Center for Genetics and ...

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  18. Doctors exploring potential of genetic research in diabetesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2008 | Post-gazette.com

    ... Genome Institute at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md., said little was known previously about the genetics of diabetes types 1 and 2. Genes long suspected of being involved with diabetes proved their innocence. Instead, 14 other ...

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  19. Uproar after U.K. approves human gene editingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Bay Area Business Woman

    ... out towards the legalization [of genetically modified children]," said David King from the advocacy group Human Genetics Alert. While many are worried about potential abuses of human embryo editing, scientists reiterated that the practice will only ...

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  20. Media Impacts How Obesity Is SeenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | PsychCentral

    ... intervention; a "Personal Responsibility" frame, which suggests bad food and exercise choices - as opposed to genetics or social factors - make people fat. Computer generated images of women varying in body size were then presented and the ...

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