Genetics Newswire (Page 9)

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Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Genetics. (Page 9)

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  1. Looking Into The Future of HealthcareRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Medgadget

    ... already leading to better diagnosis and treatment choices. These sentiments were shared by Jurgi Camblong of Sophia Genetics who is working to make cancer "a disease we live with, not die from." Together, both projects leverage data from vast ...

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  2. Lower Circulating Folate Induced by a Fidgetin Intronic Variant is...Read the original story

    Thursday Mar 16 | Circulation

    ... Hospital of Fudan University; MOE Key Laboratory of Contemporary Anthropology, Collaborative Innovation Center for Genetics & Development, Fudan University, Shanghai, P.R. China; Collaborative Innovation Center for Biotherapy, West China Hospital, ...

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  3. Agriculture, dietary changes, and adaptations in fat metabolism from ancient to modern EuropeansRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | EurekAlert!

    ... at finding connections between genetic variants and factors influencing human health, including the Global Lipids Genetics Consortium of almost 200,000 Europeans. The mutations favored in Europeans are strongly associated with several health-related ...

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  4. Scientists want to 'de-extinct' the woolly mammothRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | The Daily Millbury

    ... adapted blood and, of course, its long woolly coat. Bringing in Asian elephant genes could be a way of keeping its genetics alive in case of extinction. While some may delight at seeing Manny from Ice Age in real life, others have some ethical ...

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  5. Advances in AI and ML are reshaping healthcareRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | TechCrunch

    ... product differentiation and value-add will benefit tremendously. The most significant application of AI and ML in genetics is understanding how DNA impacts life. Although the last several years saw the complete sequencing of the human genome and a ...

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  6. Genetic differences may explain why more men than women develop cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Daily Journal/Sunday Journal

    ... on the work of Andrew Lane, a physician and researcher at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute who specializes in the genetics of leukemia. Lane got interested in what's up with the X chromosome. On a normal one, there are tumor-suppressor genes that ...

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  7. Cure SMA Awards $140,000 Grant to Arthur Burghes, PhD, The Ohio State UniversityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | PR Log

    ... am Professor of Molecular & Cellular Biochemistry (also on the staff of the Departments of Neurology and Molecular Genetics) at The Ohio State University. I am also a 1984 graduate of the University of London, where I did my research at The Jerry ...

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  8. Dietary anti-cancer compound may work by influence on cellular geneticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... on long, non-coding RNAs. This is another step forward in a compelling new area of study on the underlying genetics of cancer development and progression. The research provides more evidence for how these lncRNAs, which were once thought to be a ...

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  9. PEG3 domain gene expression in maternal and foetal placenta in...Read the original story

    Thursday Mar 16 | CiteULike

    ... placenta side was not affected by the foetal mutation. A 2015 Stichting International Foundation for Animal Genetics. CiteULike organises scholarly (or academic) papers or literature and provides bibliographic (which means it makes ...

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  10. Books that "capture the acute pleasures and pains of being human"Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | MetaFilter

    ... talented writer." (Judge Gemma Cairney) The Gene by Siddhartha Mukherjee "How can one write about the field of genetics in an intimate way? Mukherjee achieves this by beautifully weaving together his own family history of schizophrenia, in his ...

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  11. Nose form was shaped by climateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | EurekAlert!

    ... at geographical variation with respect to temperature and humidity." The researchers noted today (Mar. 17) in PLOS Genetics that "An important function of the nose and nasal cavity is to condition inspired air before it reaches the lower respiratory ...

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  12. Bayer Invests $8.1 Million In Soybean Advancement In The MidwestRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 15 | BioSpace

    ... with industry partners. "Credenz offers an entirely new approach to soybean protection, focused on smart genetics and increased grower choice," Gent says. To learn more about Credenz soybeans and other innovations from Bayer, visit ...

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  13. Bacterial protein meta-interactomes predict cross-species interactions and protein functionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | BioMed Central

    ... large data sets are difficult to compare across species, limiting their usefulness for broad studies of microbial genetics and evolution. In this study, we use more than 52,000 unique protein-protein interactions (PPIs) across 349 different ...

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  14. [Research Article] Causal role for inheritance of H3K27me3 in...Read the original story

    Wednesday Mar 15 | Science

    Department of Genetics and Development, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 701 West 168th Street, New York, NY 10032, USA. Department of Genetics and Development, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 701 West 168th Street, New York, NY 10032, USA.

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  15. Creating neurons from skin cells to understand autismRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... her are making. It allows them to work with cells otherwise unobtainable - living brain cells that have the same genetics as the patients. Deshpande begins with skin cells obtained from the Simons Foundation from volunteers whose DNA contains a ...

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  16. Colorectal Diseases Biobank links genetics and colorectal cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | PhysOrg Weblog

    What if your family's DNA could become the blueprint for your very own precise and personalized treatment for colorectal cancer? Or, better yet, what if it could be used to help doctors screen you earlier for the disease, before it has a chance to strike? This isn't a science-fictional, futuristic ideal. Cutting-edge research at Penn State College of Medicine and the Penn State Colorectal Diseases Biobank is revealing how genetics play a role in treating this disease .

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  17. A Makeover For the World's Most Hated CropRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Scientific American

    ... off deforestation," Lakey says. Scientists applaud Orion for trying to apply decades of research on oil-palm genetics across the industry. But the company's grand plans aren't guaranteed to bear fruit. Its efforts are being threatened by poor ...

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  18. First PeoplesRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 16 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    See how the mixing of prehistoric human genes led the way for our species to survive and thrive around the globe. Archaeology, genetics and anthropology cast new light on 200,000 years of history, detailing how early humans became dominant.

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  19. Researchers create model of anorexia nervosa using stem cellsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Medical News Today

    ... new research suggests 50 to 75 percent of risk for AN may be heritable; with predisposition driven primarily by genetics and not, as sometimes presumed, by vanity, poor parenting or factors related to specific groups of individuals. But little is ...

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  20. Researchers unravel protein dosage compensation mechanism in genesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 15 | Medical News

    Researchers at Okayama University report in PLOS Genetics which genes from the yeast genome exhibit dosage compensation - the ability to temper protein production when the corresponding encoding gene's copy number increases. In addition, they identify the underlying process to be protein degradation, and link the mechanism to stoichiometric buffering of protein complex subunits.

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