Genetics Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Walking forward after 1960s heartbreakRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 20 | Coastal Point

    ... spouses and grandchildren. But they still feel the void of dual tragedies, over 40 years old. According to the Genetics Home Reference in the U.S. National Library of Medicine, SMA causes people to lose motor neurons in the spinal cord and brain ...


  2. 4 Eating Habits This R.D. Changed After Trying NutrigenomixRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 20 |

    But I also know that eating well isn't just about choosing to do so-genetics determine a lot, too. With that in mind, I decided to get a evaluation to pinpoint how my genes affect my nutritional needs.


  3. Ray Sasser: ShareLunker program still worksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 20 | Denton Record-Chronicle

    ... "Parentage analysis, as used on ShareLunker entries, costs about $6.24. "For many years, we've had a cutting edge genetics program that has allowed us to do many great things in fisheries. We use it to evaluate our Florida bass stockings, certify ...


  4. Is Your Man Cheating? Men Who Play These Sports May Be More Likely To ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 20 | Medical Daily

    ... It's likely that each act of unfaithfulness is driven by different motivations. One study suggested that one's genetics may even play a role in their fidelity. According to ASAPScience, nearly half of individuals who possess a specific long allele ...


  5. Mass. General researchers provide evidence linking 'leaky gut' to chronic inflammationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | EurekAlert!

    ... in HIV/AIDS, cardiovascular research, cancer, computational and integrative biology, cutaneous biology, human genetics, medical imaging, neurodegenerative disorders, regenerative medicine, reproductive biology, systems biology, photomedicine and ...


  6. Invitae Announces Expansion Of Its Genetic Test Menu With Addition Of ...Read the original story

    Wednesday Apr 19 | BioSpace

    ... tests, we need fast, accurate testing to avoid a protracted diagnosis process," said , MD, PhD, Associate Chief of Genetics and Genomics at Boston Children's Hospital. "Well-curated panels are a cost-effective way to obtain actionable genetic ...


  7. Agendia BV Appoints Sr., Former CEO Of Luminex, As ChairmanRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 19 | BioSpace

    ... J. Balthrop. Patrick J. Balthrop is currently a Director at Oxford Immunotec Global, Personalis, Inc. and Concert Genetics. He is an advisor to Water Street Healthcare Partners and the Founding Principal of Apalachee Ventures, an investment and ...


  8. Why understanding the genetics of my heart disease isn't much helpRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 20 | Ars Technica

    ... of a disease can open all sorts of possibilities for better treatments, even ones tailored to your own particular genetics. But that's not really the case with a-fib, and it provides a great example of how science can sometimes run up against limits ...


  9. Linking human genome sequences to health data will change clinical medicine, says expertRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 20 | PhysOrg Weblog

    The value of intersecting the sequencing of individuals' exomes or full genomes to find rare genetic variants-on a large scale-with their detailed electronic health record information has "myriad benefits, including the illumination of basic human biology, the early identification of preventable and treatable illnesses, and the identification and validation of new therapeutic targets," wrote Daniel J. Rader, MD, chair of the Department of Genetics, in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, in Science this week, with Scott M. Damrauer, MD, an assistant professor of Surgery at Penn and the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Philadelphia.


  10. Which facial features do babies inherit the most?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 20 | The Daily Millbury

    Which parts are most likely to be inherited? Examining 3-D face models of nearly 1,000 female twins, researchers have found that the shapes of the end of the nose, the area above and below the lips, cheekbones and the inner corner of the eye are highly influenced by genetics. "The notion that our genes control our face is self-evident.


  11. Semantic prioritization of novel causative genomic variantsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 20 | CiteULike

    To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document. Discriminating the causative disease variant for individuals with inherited or de novo mutations presents one of the main challenges faced by the clinical genetics community today.


  12. Wwox-Brca1 interaction: role in DNA repair pathway choiceRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 19 | Oncogene

    1Department of Cancer Biology and Genetics and Comprehensive Cancer Center, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, OH, USA 5Division of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Department of Biomedical Informatics and ...


  13. Mad scientists create a chicken that has a dinosaur face in shocking new experimentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 |

    Could we soon be living in a world where Jurassic Park is a real thing? It appears scientists learned nothing from that rather foreboding film, as a team of researchers at Yale University have managed to create chickens with dinosaur-like snouts, in yet another instance of man playing God . Indeed, these scientists have created chickens that resemble their ancient ancestors, dinosaurs, by manipulating their genetics.


  14. Do patients and doctors understand breast cancer genetic testing results?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | Reuters

    ... told Reuters Health. "Results of genetic testing are increasingly complex and difficult for those without genetics expertise to interpret correctly," she said by email. The added complexity is in part because more genes are being tested, which is ...


  15. Team characterizes the underlying cause of a form of macular degenerationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... seeing, it allows us to judge the success of a particular therapy," said Gustavo D. Aguirre, professor of medical genetics and ophthalmology at Penn Vet. Kathleen Boesze-Battaglia, a professor in the Department of Biochemistry in Penn's School of ...


  16. The new NeanderthalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | MacLeans

    ... is tied to low population-humans moving into their territory was one more pressure on their food sources. Disease, genetics, all those things that exert pressure on large predators pushed them [to a tipping point]. There were a lot of extinctions of ...


  17. Is Post-Marathon Muscle Soreness in your Genes?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | Runner's World

    A few weeks ago, a press release hit the wires with a curiosity-provoking title and subtitle: "Are your muscles genetically prepared to run a marathon? The way is open for the use of genetics in training." The press release described a study by researchers at the Exercise Physiology Laboratory of Camilo JosA Cela University in Spain, published in PLoS ONE , looking at markers of muscle damage after running a marathon.


  18. [Research Articles] Improving genetic diagnosis in Mendelian disease with transcriptome sequencingRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 19 | Science

    ... Kids Research Institute, The Children's Hospital at Westmead, Sydney, New South Wales 2145, Australia. Division of Genetics and Genomics, Manton Center for Orphan Disease Research, Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA ...


  19. Identical twins; not-so-identical stem cellsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | Science Blog

    Salk scientists and collaborators have shed light on a long-standing question about what leads to variation in stem cells by comparing induced pluripotent stem cells derived from identical twins. Even iPSCs made from the cells of twins, they found, have important differences, suggesting that not all variation between iPSC lines is rooted in genetics, since the twins have identical genes.


  20. Scientists find evidence of gene flow across most bear speciesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | UPI

    ... separation between the two species. Only an intermediary host, like brown-polar hybrids, can explain the shared genetics. "By hybridization the brown bear could pass these polar bear genes on to other bear species in Asia," Janke said. Reproductive ...