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  1. For Your (Re)Consideration: Is the Who Better Than the Beatles?Read the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2015 | The New York Observer

    ... from the old country, whether they came here willingly or not. This would be a gorgeous mofungo made up of the musical DNA of African slaves, Acadian, Ukranian, Irish, Yiddish, Norwegian and German immigrants, and about 1,008 etceteras (not to ...


  2. Enoch & Fisher on Statistical EvidenceRead the original story

    May 27, 2015 | CrimProf Blog

    ... and the rules governing the admissibility and sufficiency of statistical evidence across various categories, including DNA evidence and propensity-for-crime evidence as well as incriminating versus exonerating statistical evidence. On the ...


  3. Consensus on the Development of Vaccines against Naturally Acquired MelioidosisRead the original story

    May 20, 2015 | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    ... Possible candidates include live attenuated, whole-cell killed, subunit, glycoconjugate, outer membrane vesicle, plasmid DNA, and dendritic cell vaccines ( 8 ); possible candidates and candidate developments have been systematically reviewed and ...


  4. Rainbow Cone Will Sit Out Taste of ChicagoRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2015 | Patch.com

    Despite speculation that the 88-year-old ice cream parlor would bolt for the suburbs, owner tells DNA Info that Rainbow Cone is staying put. The Beverly institution has been serving up its five-tiered sweet treat at 9233 S. Western Ave..


  5. Clinical utility gene card for: X-linked immunodeficiency with...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2015 | European Journal of Human Genetics

    Tel: +1 301 496 6754; Fax: +1 301 402 8530; E-mail: [email protected] or [email protected] Among the seven patients we have characterized for this disease thus far, we have only found loss-of-function variants in MAGT1 leading to XMEN disease amplification and DNA sequence determination of the 10 coding exons of MAGT1 . Assessing for loss of MAGT1 expression by real-time qRT-PCR, followed by targeted genomic sequencing of coding and non-coding gene regulatory regions of the MAGT1 locus.


  6. Does Sophia Vergara own her embryos?Read the original story

    May 7, 2015 | WICU12 Erie

    ... en mass as mere property as if they were sneakers or soap. Indeed, a few years ago, deCode genetics, which had collected DNA samples from tens of thousands of Icelanders, went bankrupt, and a British holding company now owns all the DNA. In ...


  7. DA: DNA tests lead to charges in '99 Worcester alley rape caseRead the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2015 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    ... police could not recover that evidence, Mr. Melia said Tuesday. Mr. Melia said that only recently, testing of the DNA samples taken that year linked Mr. Williams to the crime. He added that Mr. Williams has a history of violence and served a prison ...


  8. OpenStack Storage: HP Adds Support for 3PAR in KiloRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2015 | Data Center Knowledge

    ... statement. "HP's approach is to support a flexible hybrid cloud infrastructure with open source technologies as its core DNA, and this includes a commitment to supporting OpenStack technology at the storage layer." After rebranding and re-launching ...


  9. Lower back pain may have ties to our last common ancestor with chimpanzeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2015 | EurekAlert!

    A Simon Fraser University researcher has uncovered what may be the first quantified evidence demonstrating a relationship between upright locomotion and spinal health. Scientists have long pondered whether there is a link between walking upright and back problems, since people have more back pain than other primates such as chimpanzees, with whom we share 98 per cent of our DNA.


  10. Spencer Albee, "Mistakes Were Made"Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2015 | Bangor Daily News

    ... over the years for Albee, 38, it's been his tireless devotion to the foundational pop elements of rock music - the DNA that makes songwriters uncontrollably drawn to melody, to hooks, to music that's got a beat and you can dance to. A serious ...


  11. Fears of GMOs not grounded in scienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2015 | The Day

    ... myths drive the negative emotions of today's debate. Few in the public understand mankind has been manipulating the DNA of our food for over 10,000 years. Only the methods used to alter the DNA of food have changed over time. Genetic engineered (GE) ...


  12. God, genetics and Fitbit: How NIH Director Francis Collins brings them togetherRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2015 | MLive.com

    ... from genomics - a field spawned by the Human Genome Project where it is increasingly possible to read out the entire DNA instruction book of an individual for in the order of a few thousand dollars. Some of that comes from imaging - images that we ...


  13. Ethical Issues in PharmacogenomicsRead the original story

    Apr 9, 2015 | Pharmacy Times

    ... these enzymes are encoded by genetic variants, the most common being single nucleotide polymorphisms.1 These are single DNA base pair changes that may produce phenotypic variation, often causing drugs to be metabolized too slowly or too rapidly and ...


  14. Global interferon market will soon play a major part in many disease segmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2015 | PR-inside.com

    ... interferons from each other. Moreover, advent of genome sciences is allowing the investigators to look deeper into the DNA sequences that could be used to more clarity to existing classification system. In this way, investigators would be better ...


  15. SynBioBeta Returns To Imperial College London With Emily LeProust ...Read the original story

    Apr 15, 2015 | BioSpace

    London, UK, 16th April 2015 / Sciad Newswire / The third annual SynBioBeta conference returns to Imperial College London on Wednesday April 22nd and Thursday April 23rd 2015, to gather the top biotech entrepreneurs, industry players, and investors focused on the emerging field of synthetic biology. Emily LeProust, CEO of Twist Bioscience, the next-generation DNA synthesis startup, will keynote.


  16. Study Points to Possible New Treatment for HER2+ Breast CancerRead the original story

    Apr 15, 2015 | Newswise

    ... already generated excitement in clinical studies as possible therapies for a different subtype of cancer in which the DNA repair pathway in cells is defective due to a BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation, says Yang, an associate professor in the Department of ...


  17. SARRP system for Pre-Clinical Proton Therapy at the University of WashingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | PRWeb

    ... are studies already underway at this facility including Monte Carlo treatment planning and optimization studies, and DNA double strand break and lesion cluster analysis. We have many research projects planned including microvascular damage studies ...


  18. Drug resistant mechanism revealed for a new targeted cancer therapyRead the original story

    Apr 9, 2015 | Science Daily

    ... key cancer-causing molecules, which specifically arrest cancer cells with low side effects on normal tissues. Cancer DNA is very unstable and can be mutated very rapidly, often giving rise to a small population of cancer cells with drug-resistant ...


  19. Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) identify a QTL close to...Read the original story

    Apr 7, 2015 | BioMed Central

    ... been found to affect pork pH and colour, which provides a new breeding strategy to improve these traits on the basis of DNA markers. Most of the QTLs identified were detected using linkage mapping and cover large regions of the genome. With the ...


  20. For cancer risk, some BRCA mutations are more dangerous than othersRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 8, 2015 | Los Angeles Times

    ... treatment plans. Angelina Jolie's public revelation about having risky mutations in a gene related to breast cancer sent DNA screening referrals through the roof, at least in the UK, a new study suggests. Angelina Jolie's public revelation about ...