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Fellowship Program with Work Experience in Energy Efficiency
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Cross dressing, girlfriend stealing are all in genes
NewsR.in - 11/22/2015
Web Wide Updates   : Washington D.C, Nov 22 : Genes are responsible for makin... https://t.co/j3GZox3uAk  2 minutes ago Dakshin In  Cross dressing, girlfriend stealing are all in genes: Washington
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Cross dressing, girlfriend stealing are all in genes
Siasat Daily - 11/22/2015
Washington: Genes are responsible for making a different type of male ruff, a bird that breeds in Eurasia and winters in Africa, according to a new study. Using genome sequencing, the University of
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Genetic risk measure can compute form 1, 2 diabetes
HealthMediciNet.com - 11/22/2015
“The occurrence of form l diabetes (T1D), one of a many prevalent ongoing diseases in children, has increasing worldwide,” write Valma Harjutsalo, Ph.D., of a Diabetes Prevention Unit, Helsinki, Finland,
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Molecular Diagnostics, Genomics and Epigenetics in Clinical Oncology
Bionity.com - 11/22/2015
The European School on Oncology conference will take place in Rome, IT from 2015-11-27 to 2015-11-28. Type of Event: Conferences Event Date: 27-Nov-2015 to 28-Nov-2015 Event Location: Radison
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How The Genetically Engineered Salmon Floundered In Regulatory Limbo For 20 Years
Truth About Trade - 11/22/2015
Source – Forbes.com By Henry I. Miller Date – 20 Nov 2015 Website – www.forbes.com/sites/henrymiller The FDA on Thursday approved a genetically engineered salmon that grows faster but is otherwise
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FDA approves genetically modified salmon
Before It's News - 11/22/2015
(Before It's News) Garry Little November 22, 2015   [embedded content] The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday approved the first genetically modified salmon as safe for human consumption.
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FDA on genetically-modified salmon: safe to eat, no labels needed
The Weather Space - 11/22/2015
Salmon the First Genetically Modified Animal Approved for Human Consumption A view shows the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) logo at the lobby of its headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland.
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David Scanlan - From ecology to genomics: how oceans of genomes are illuminating
Exeter University - 11/22/2015
Time 12:30 to 13:30 Place Hatherly Labs B10 Biosciences departmental research seminar. All welcome. Professor David Scanlan (University of Warwick), will be giving a seminar titled: "From ecology
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Food and drug administration grants genetically designed fish – Oneida Dispatch
NewsListOnline - 11/22/2015
AquaBounty’s Stotish stated he’s hopeful the seafood will gain consumer acceptance as people find out more about it. The Federal government had delayed in approving the fish in excess of 5 years among
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What’s for dinner? Genetically-modified salmon
Gulf News - 11/22/2015
US Food and Drug Administration approves genetically modified version in firstdecision of its kind An AquAdvantage Salmon is pictured in this undated handout photo provided by AquaBounty Technologies.
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Genetic risk score can differentiate type 1, 2 diabetes
HealthMediciNet.com - 11/22/2015
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GRS can differentiate type 1, 2 diabetes Iran Daily
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Stroke patient has stem cell brain injection to help arm movement
Capital Bay - 11/22/2015
By Press Association Published: 08:30 EST, 22 November 2015 | Updated: 08:30 EST, 22 November 2015 A 66-year-old woman has become the first in England to undergo a stem cell brain injection to help
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FDA OKs genetically modified salmon for human consumption
People.com.cn - 11/21/2015
The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday approved genetically modified salmon, the first such altered animal allowed for human consumption in the United States. The Obama administration had stalled
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Superbug gene against all forms of antibiotics discovered
CHINAdaily.com.cn - 11/21/2015
File photo of CG model diagram of gene's double helix structure. [Photo from web] Researchers at South China Agricultural University, lead by Liu Jianhua, have discovered a gene in China, called MCR-1,
Superbug Gene Against All Forms of Antibiotics Discovered in China Prensa Latina
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Dr. Gene Merrell, Palouse Knowledge Corridor named 2015 Hometown Award winners [Moscow-Pullman
Bloomberg - 11/21/2015
Nov. 21--Dr. Gene Merrell and the Palouse Knowledge Corridor were named winners of the Inland Northwest Partner's 2015 Hometown Awards. Merrell, an associate vice president for economic development
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Cause of cancer-induced gene mutations uncovered
China Post - 11/21/2015
CNA HUALIEN--A medical research team in Taiwan has found that follicular fluid (FF) released from ovulation can cause genetic changes related to ovarian cancer, and that the cancer-causing substance
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The wheat TaGBF1 gene is involved in blue-light response and salt tolerance
Plant Journal - 11/21/2015
Summary Light and abiotic stress both strongly modulate plant growth and development. However, the effect of light responsive factors on growth and abiotic stress response in wheat is unknown so far.
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Characterization of TPO kinetics within 60 days after allogeneic hematopoietic stem
Journal of Clinical Transplantation - 11/21/2015
Abstract Thrombopoietin (TPO) has been identified as a key cytokine for both megakaryogenesis and thrombopoiesis. We attempt to characterize the kinetics of TPO and its correlation with megakaryocytes
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Genetic Technology TechVision Opportunity Engine. Novel Nanoparticle Delivery Platforms
Frost & Sullivan - 11/21/2015
Free sample     Subscribe Now USD 6,950 Published: 20 Nov 2015 Nanoparticle and mRNA delivery platforms, RNA therapies, oncolytic viral therapies, gene editing technology, functional genomic studies,
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Medical Device Technology TechVision Opportunity Engine. 3D-Printed Pharmaceutical
Frost & Sullivan - 11/21/2015
Free sample     Subscribe Now USD 6,950 Published: 20 Nov 2015 This issue profiles a 3D-printed pharmaceutical drug, an innovative medical device for aesthetic surgeries, a paper-based DNA test
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Potential compounds for the treatment of mitochondrial disease
British Medical Bulletin - 11/21/2015
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Alarming 'superbug' gene found in China
MENAFN - 11/21/2015
(MENAFN - Arab News) LONDON: A new gene that makes bacteria highly resistant to a last-resort class of antibiotics has been found in people and pigs in China including in samples of bacteria with epidemic
Alarming new ‘superbug’ gene found in animals and people in China Zaman
New "Superbug" Gene Found in Animals and People in China MyInforms
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Development of two major resources for pea genomics: the GenoPea 13.2K SNP Array
Plant Journal - 11/21/2015
tpj13070-sup-0001-FigS1.tiff TIFF image, 2402K Figure S1. Heterogeneity in pea cultivars VavD265, Melrose, Kazar, and Baccara. tpj13070-sup-0002-FigS2.pdf application/PDF, 4K Figure S2. Cluster dendrogram
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Frozen ark of DNAs
The Hindu - 11/21/2015
The biological information of endangered species are being stored before the arrival of what scientists are calling the sixth mass extinction A British-led project called "Frozen Ark" is preserving
‘Frozen Ark’ collects DNA in face of mass extinction Saudi Gazette
'Frozen Ark' collects animal DNA in face of mass extinction Terra Daily
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