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Monkey Cage: Liberals and conservatives think about genomics in unexpected ways
Washington Post - 2/27/2015
By February 27 at 3:06 PM A DeNA Life Science Inc. laboratory technician holds plates containing genes extracted from customers’ saliva, in preparation for genetic analysis for the company’s direct-to-consumer
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10X Genomics Reveals New DNA Sequencing Aid
Forbes.com - 2/25/2015
Genomics researchers started buzzing last month about a mysterious “toaster oven” in development. Word was they could soon plug the new device into their DNA sequencers to make them work better. Today,
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VIDEO: Mitochondrial Donation Regulations
BBC - 2/25/2015
More Democracy Live video Watch Plaid Cymru debate Watch Female genital mutilation debate Watch Question Time Watch European Parliament Watch Home Affairs Committee
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Untangling DNA with a Droplet of Water, a Pipette and a Polymer
Medical Design Technology - 2/27/2015
Researchers have long sought an efficient way to untangle DNA in order to study its structure - neatly unraveled and straightened out - under a microscope. Now, chemists and engineers at KU Leuven, in
Untangling DNA with a Droplet of Water, a Pipet And a Polymer ScienceNewsline
Water Droplet and Pipet Untangle DNA A2C2
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Concise Review: The Role of Oxygen in Hematopoietic Stem Cell Physiology
Journal of Cellular Physiology - 2/27/2015
ABSTRACT Molecular dioxygen, O 2 , is an important element in cellular microenvironment in vivo , and often overlooked in standard in vitro and ex vivo cell culture systems. Molecular oxygen is the
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Transplanted adipose-derived stem cells ameliorate testicular dysfunction in a D-galactose–induced
Journal of Cellular Physiology - 2/27/2015
Glycation product accumulation during aging of slowly renewing tissues may be an important mechanism underlying aging of the testis. Adipose-derived stem cells (ADSCs) have shown promise in a novel tissue
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Altered hepatic gene expression in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is associated
Hepatology - 2/27/2015
In nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, hepatic gene expression and fatty acid (FA) composition have been reported independently, but a comprehensive gene expression profiling in relation to FA composition
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The LIM-only transcription factor LMO2 determines tumorigenic and angiogenic traits
Cell Death and Differentiation - 2/27/2015
To read this article in full you may need to log in, make a payment or gain access through a site license (see right). Cell Death & Differentiation , (27 February 2015) | doi :10.1038/cdd.2015.7
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Viking Invasion 2:0: Danish genetics once again finding their way into British homes
Copenhagen Post - 2/27/2015
Brett: “124 of the 533 children you fathered following your sperm donation to a fertility clinic in 1994 are now suing to discover your identity. As your lawyer I was thinking we could plead insanity.”
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Domestic Grain DNA Discovered in Mesolithic Britain
Archaeology Magazine - 2/27/2015
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Mitochondrial Manipulation Technology in US Soon? Unlikely
American Journal of Public Health - 2/27/2015
Lawmakers in the United Kingdom voted recently to allow fertility clinics to use mitochondrial manipulation technology (MMT) to enable women with mutations in mitochondrial genes to have genetically healthy
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Flowers Foods Announces Retirement Of Gene D. Lord, Executive Vice President
Reuters - 2/24/2015
PR Newswire THOMASVILLE, Ga., Feb. 24, 2015 THOMASVILLE, Ga. , Feb. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Flowers Foods, Inc. (NYSE: FLO), the second-largest producer and marketer of packaged bakery foods
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To Bring CRISPR Gene Editing to Rare Blood Cancer, MPN Genetics Announces Research
CNBC - 2/24/2015
ASHEVILLE, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Announcing a fistful of Foundation $200,000 research grants, a small patient advocacy group has formed MPN Genetics (mGEN) to help bring new gene editing technologies
To Bring CRISPR Gene Editing to Rare Blood Cancer MPN Genetics Announces Research PharmiWeb
To Bring CRISPR Gene Editing to Rare Blood Cancer, MPN Genetics.. ADVFN Australia
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What Do Gene Sequencing, Radio Astronomy And Particle Physics Have In Common?
Forbes.com - 2/24/2015
Modern scientific discovery is driven by one thing, without which breakthroughs like gene sequencing, the search for the Higgs boson and dark matter and huge telescope arrays wouldn’t be possible – High
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FDA Approves 23andMe Gene Carrier Test
Forbes.com - 2/24/2015
Fifteen months after warning the personal genomics company 23andMe to discontinue providing gene-linked health information to consumers via their “spit kits,” the FDA has opened the door to restoring
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RPT-INSIGHT-Modi bets on GM crops for India's second green revolution
Reuters Africa - 2/22/2015
(Repeats Feb 22 story with no changes in text) By Krishna N. Das and Mayank Bhardwaj NEW DELHI Feb 22 (Reuters) - On a fenced plot not far from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's
Modi bets on genetically modified crops for Indias second green revolution Big News Network
INSIGHT-Modi bets on GM crops for India's second green revolution Reuters Africa
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In Northern Virginia, a disconnect over genomics research
Washington Post - 2/22/2015
J. Knox Singleton, left, president and chief executive of Inova, and Alan Merten, then-president of George Mason University, at a 2005 health care conference. (NIKKI KAHN/THE WASHINGTON POST ) They
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Treating inherited disease could start in the womb
New Scientist - 2/26/2015
For a baby born with genetic disease, a lifetime of treatment can ensue. But research in mice suggests that treatment for haemophilia – and maybe other inherited diseases – could start in the womb, boosting
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Autoimmune Response to IGF2 mRNA-Binding Protein 2 (IMP2/p62) in breast cancer
Scandinavian Journal of Immunology - 2/26/2015
Abstract The purpose of this study was to understand the autoimmune response and immunogenicity of a tumor-associated antigen IMP2/p62 in breast cancer. Autoantibody responses to IMP2/p62 were evaluated
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WHO worries flu viruses are sharing genetic material quicker
CTV News - 2/26/2015
Helen Branswell, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, February 26, 2015 4:53PM EST TORONTO -- A recent surge in human infections caused by bird flu viruses and a proliferation of the types of
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Cancer-Related Gene Mutations 'Inevitable' With Age: Study
NewsMax.com - 2/26/2015
Seven in 10 people who live past their 90 th birthdays have genetic mutations associated with leukemia, new research shows. The findings, reported by the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in the journal
Leukaemia-associated mutations almost inevitable as we age Ecancer Medicalscience
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Ancient DNA reveals how wheat came to prehistoric Britain
Nature - 2/26/2015
Hunter-gatherers in ancient Britain may have imported cereals from Europe long before they turned to farming. Ancient DNA recovered from soil submerged beneath the English Channel suggests that wheat
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Improved and expanded Q-system reagents for genetic manipulations
Nature Methods - 2/26/2015
This figure characterises the additional QF variants generated to find the region responsible for QF toxicity. Some variants yielded insufficient transcriptional activity (QF a,c,e,g-k ), some were either
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Determining the epigenome using DNA alone
Nature Methods - 2/26/2015
Affiliations Coby Viner and Michael M. Hoffman are in the Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto, and Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Michael M. Hoffman is
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Ribose-seq: global mapping of ribonucleotides embedded in genomic DNA
Nature Methods - 2/26/2015
Abundant ribonucleotide incorporation in DNA during replication and repair has profound consequences for genome stability, but the global distribution of ribonucleotide incorporation is unknown. We developed
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