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Nail Stem Cells Prove To Be Surprisingly Versatile (VIDEO)
Hngn.com - 69 Minutes ago
10:34 PM EST Stem cells in a mouse nail. (Photo : Krzysztof Kobielak lab) Researchers identified a new population of stem cells present in the nail bed that have the ability to self-renew or
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Novartis Venture Fund Leads $53M Series C for BioNano Genomics
Citybizlist - 2 Hours ago
BioNano Genomics, Inc., the leader in genome mapping, announced today the completion of a $53 million Series C financing. Legend Capital and Novartis Venture Fund co-led the round and were joined by Federated
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’You're a love rat? Blame your genes’
The Australian - 3 Hours ago
FORGET about buying flowers, cancel the weekend break to Paris. And as to tearfully admitting you are a sex addict and booking yourself into The Priory? So 2013. Instead, if you’ve been caught cheating,
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Domain Associates, Battelle Ventures and Gund Investment Join $53M Series C for
Citybizlist - 3 Hours ago
BioNano Genomics, Inc., the leader in genome mapping, announced today the completion of a $53 million Series C financing. Legend Capital and Novartis Venture Fund co-led the round and were joined by Federated
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HIV Cure: Modified Gene Therapy Causing Resistance And Mysterious Enzyme Could Unlock
International Business Times Australia - 3 Hours ago
University of Pennsylvania Modified Gene Therapy In Clinical Trials At The University Of Pennsylvania Medical experts at the University of Pennsylvania used a modified gene therapy in a dozen HIV
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Development of digits and genitals: Formation of these embryonic structures involves
Science Daily - 4 Hours ago
During the development of mammals, the growth and organization of digits are orchestrated by Hox genes, which are activated very early in precise regions of the embryo. These "architect genes" are themselves
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'Need for More Genetic Engineering , Foetal Medicine Institutes'
New Indian Express - 4 Hours ago
Dr Buragadda Srinadh India needs more institutes to offer courses in genetic engineering and foetal medicine, says Dr Buragadda Srinadh, consultant in foetal medicine at Institute of Genetics Diseases,
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11/24/2014: Ht World: Virus that makes humans ‘stupid’ by altering genes found
Hindustan Times - 4 Hours ago
WASHINGTON: Scientists have found a virus that could be making humans ‘stupid’ by altering genes linked to brain function. The virus, Chloro-virus ATCV-1, was previously found only in green algae — simple
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Love rats are faithful to their genes
The Australian - 5 Hours ago
FORGET about buying flowers, cancel the weekend break to Paris. And as to tearfully admitting you are a sex addict and booking yourself into The Priory? So 2013. Instead, if you’ve been caught cheating,
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Due to the cost of genome sequencing reducing, the information regarding human genome
PR inside - 5 Hours ago
- Future of Personalized Genomics--Technical Insights - a new market research report on companiesandmarkets.com Personal Genomics is a part of the genomic industry which focuses on a single individual
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Woman celebrates Thanksgiving by donating blood stem cells
Racine Journal Times - 112 Minutes ago
MOUNT PLEASANT — A woman somewhere in the nation will have a lot to be thankful for this week thanks to an act of selflessness by a local college student. Sami Benko, 19, of Mount Pleasant, is scheduled
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Sioux City twins thrive despite chromosome disorder
Lincoln Journal Star - 3 Hours ago
"Trista, would you like to do a somersault?" Tiffany Leckband asked her energetic daughter. "I'll teach you how to do a headstand later on." It's hard to believe that Trista had spent six days at Mercy
Sioux City twins thrive despite immune disorder Lincoln Journal Star
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Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s Guidance For March Quarter Should Be More Optimistic: Gene Munster
InsiderMonkey.com - 6 Hours ago
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) ’s iPhone 6 was a huge success story with over 10 million sold handsets in the first weekend after launch on September 19. It was quite natural to believe that the availability
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Unzipping cheaters' genes
Times Live South Africa - 7 Hours ago
Both men and women might be more likely to have affairs because of the genes passed down to them by their parents, according to research. Scientists have even identified a single gene that has variants
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Comparative genomic analysis of nine Sphingobium strains: insights into their evolution
7thSpace - 14 Hours ago
Sphingobium spp. are efficient degraders of a wide range of chlorinated and aromatic hydrocarbons. In particular, strains which harbour the lin pathway genes mediating the degradation of hexachlorocyclohexane
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Stem cell trial to begin for children suffering from cerebral palsy
Grenfell Record - 11/23/2014
It is hoped that a trial due to start next year, and involving about 20 Australian children with cerebral palsy, will show the benefits of using stem cells from their own umbilical cord blood to treat
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Real-Time Fluorescence Imaging of the DNA Damage Repair Response During Mitosis
Journal of Cellular Biochemistry - 11/23/2014
ABSTRACT The response to DNA damage during mitosis was visualized using real-time fluorescence imaging of focus formation by the DNA-damage repair (DDR) response protein 53BP1 linked to green fluorescent
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Genomic Regions Targeted by DNA Topoisomerase IIß Frequently Interact With a Nuclear
Journal of Cellular Biochemistry - 11/23/2014
ABSTRACT Type II DNA topoisomerases (topo II) play critical roles in some cellular events through repeated cleavage/rejoining of nuclear DNA. The ß isoform (topo IIß) is essential for the transcriptional
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RENEURON : One to watch Man with a radical plan to help stroke patients: Rupert
4 Traders - 7 Hours ago
He wants to bore a hole in your head. But don't panic, Olav Hellebo is not a modern-day trepanner and it will be a top-notch surgeon, not the Norwegian businessman, holding the drill. Drilling a hole
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Nail stem cells prove more versatile than press-ons
Science Daily - 8 Hours ago
There are plenty of body parts that don't grow back when you lose them. Nails are an exception, and a new study published in The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) reveals some of
Nail stem cells prove more versatile than press ons Science Daily
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DNA analysis to help identify occupant of Amphipolis tomb
New Europe - 9 Hours ago
After the discovery of a human skeleton at the Amphipolis burial complex in northern Greece this week and the end of this phase of excavations at the archaeological site of the ancient city, the focus
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Applied DNA Sciences Inc. Announces Closing of $9.1 Million Underwritten Offering
Ein News - 9 Hours ago
) - Applied DNA Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ: APDN) (Twitter: @APDN), a provider of DNA-based anti-counterfeiting technology and product authentication, announced the closing of an underwritten public offering
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AOAD Supports Animal Genetic Resources Draft Laws
Sudan Vision Daily - 9 Hours ago
Khartoum - Director-General of the Arab Organisation for Agricultural Development (AOAD), Dr. Tariq bin Mousa Al-Zadjali affirmed support for efforts to develop and standardise laws and legislations in
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Stem cells: between hope and lies
Kelowna Daily Courier - 10 Hours ago
Stem cells are awesome. These wonderful cells are finally starting to yield their secrets to researchers, who are employing them in major medical advances on many fronts. Stem cells are recognized
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Research Explores If Stem Cells in Nails can 'Guide' Other Body Parts to Re-Grow
MedIndia - 11 Hours ago
Stem cells in nails, which normally grow both skin and nails, can focus solely on nail repair when a nail is lost or injured, a new study has found. The researchers at the University of Southern California
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