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Spitting sick beats is genetic in father-daughter beatbox battle
Mashable - 19 Hours ago
UTC Father-daughter bonding never sounded so impressive. Nicole Paris and her dad share a talent for beatboxing, and they're not afraid to battle it out. The pair takes turns demonstrating their
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Study Finds Small Amounts of Asbestos May Trigger Mesothelioma...
San Francisco Chronicle - 21 Hours ago
New research suggests that mesothelioma patients with the BAP1 mutation are more likely to get mesothelioma even if they have never worked in an asbestos industry. (PRWEB) July 03, 2015 Scientists
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Google Cloud Does Genomics: A Copybook Cloud Use Case
Forbes.com - 7/3/2015
Genomics is perhaps the perfect use case for the public cloud. Genomics workloads tend to have massive, yet irregular, processing needs. Researchers often need to run massive analytics workloads in order
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ProfNet Experts Available on Obamacare, Genetic Screening, More
Bloomberg - 7/3/2015
/PRNewswire/ -- Below are experts from the ProfNet network that are available to discuss timely issues in your coverage area. You can also submit a query to the hundreds of thousands of experts in our
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Gene therapy shows promise in cystic fibrosis
Reuters India - 7/3/2015
LONDON Scientists conducting a major trial of a therapy that replaces the faulty gene responsible for cystic fibrosis say the treatment has showed significant benefit for the first time in patients' lung
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Genetic Interactions Between TRPC6 and NPHS1 Variants Affect Posttransplant Risk
American Journal of Transplantation - 20 Hours ago
Individuals with TRPC6 mutations have variable phenotypes, ranging from healthy carrier to focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) leading to renal failure. Here, we describe a family where six members
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A two domain protein triggers heat shock pathway and necrosis pathway both in model
Environmental Microbiology - 24 Hours ago
Summary The entomopathogen Bacillus thuringiensis is equipped with multiple virulent factors. The genome sequence of B. thuringiensis YBT1520 revealed the presence of a two domains protein named Nel
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Unravelling the one-carbon metabolism of the acetogen Sporomusa strain An4 by genome
Environmental Microbiology - 24 Hours ago
Abstract The Sporomusa genus comprises anaerobic spore-forming acetogenic bacteria that stain Gram-negative. Sporomusa species typically grow with one-carbon substrates and N-methylated compounds. In
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Dysregulated post-transcriptional control of COX-2 gene expression in gestational
British Journal of Pharmacology - 7/3/2015
Abstract Background and purpose Hyperglycemic memory describes the progression of diabetic complications during subsequent periods of improved glycemia.We addressed the hypothesis that transient hyperglycemia
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Oncologist: Low-cost gene tests for cancer may have big risk
Houston Chronicle - 7/3/2015
Two years ago, in a landmark case for cancer prevention, the Supreme Court ruled that human genes cannot be patented . The decision ended a Utah company's monopoly on a test for abnormalities in two genes
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Genetic evolution, plasticity and bet-hedging as adaptive responses to temporally
Journal of Evolution - 7/3/2015
Adaptive responses to autocorrelated environmental fluctuations through evolution in mean reaction norm elevation and slope and an independent component of the phenotypic variance is analysed using a
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Geminin Is Essential To Prevent DNA Re-Replication Dependent Apoptosis In Pluripotent
Stem Cells - 7/3/2015
Abstract Geminin is a dual-function protein unique to multicellular animals with roles in modulating gene expression and preventing DNA re-replication. Here we show that geminin is essential at the
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Genetics and Racial Difference in Contemporary Brazil: Haemoglobinopathies, Whiteness
Bulletin of Latin American Research - 7/3/2015
The historical role of biomedicine in shaping and legitimising ideas of race in Brazil has long been documented. Much less discussed, however, is how contemporary biomedicine helps recreate notions of
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Advances in genetic therapeutic strategies for Duchenne muscular dystrophy
Experimental Physiology - 7/3/2015
Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is a lethal X-linked disorder caused by mutations in the dystrophin gene. In the absence of the dystrophin protein, the link between the cytoskeleton and extracellular
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Cytomegalovirus infection induces a stem cell phenotype in human primary glioblastoma
Cell Death and Differentiation - 7/3/2015
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 , (3 July 2015) | doi :10.1038/cdd.2015.91 O Fornara
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Cystic Fibrosis Gene Therapy Shows Promise
NewsMax.com - 7/3/2015
Scientists conducting a major trial of a therapy that replaces the faulty gene responsible for cystic fibrosis say the treatment has showed significant benefit for the first time in patients' lung function.
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Comparison of Gene Expression Between Pediatric and Adult Gastric Mucosa with Helicobacter
Helicobacter - 7/3/2015
Abstract Background Although Helicobacter pylori infection among adults is a major risk factor for the development of gastric cancer and initial infection with H. pylori may occur before 5 years of
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Physiologically normal 5% O2 supports neuronal differentiation and resistance to
Journal of Neuroscience Research - 7/3/2015
Recent studies have demonstrated that neural stem cell (NSC) culture at physiologically normoxic conditions (2–5% O 2 ) is advantageous in terms of neuronal differentiation and survival. Neuronal differentiation
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Direct high-throughput amplification and sequencing of immunoglobulin genes from
European Journal of Immunology - 7/3/2015
Single cell immunoglobulin (Ig) gene amplification and sequencing has been widely used for the molecular and functional assessment of human antibody repertoires and has led to the identification of recombinant
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Study Finds Small Amounts of Asbestos May Trigger Mesothelioma in People with Genetic
A.M. Best - 7/3/2015
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Circular RNA is enriched and stable in exosomes: a promising biomarker for cancer
Cell Research - 7/3/2015
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 Research , (3 July 2015) | doi :10.1038/cr.2015.82 Yan Li , Qiupeng Zheng
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Genome sequence of Valsa canker pathogens uncovers a potential adaptation of colonization
New Phytologist - 7/3/2015
Summary Canker caused by ascomycetous Valsa species are among the most destructive diseases of woody plants worldwide. These pathogens are distinct from other pathogens because they only effectively
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Cystic fibrosis sufferers offered new hope with gene therapy
Silicon Republic - 7/3/2015
1 hour ago 1 Share There has been a significant breakthrough in the treatment of cystic fibrosis (CF) which in thorough testing has shown a considerable reduction in symptoms after undergoing a new
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Gene therapy shows promise in cystic fibrosis research
Irish Times - 7/3/2015
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Recognition of human telomeric G-quadruplex DNA by berberine analogs: effect of
Journal of Molecular Recognition - 7/3/2015
G-quadruplex forming sequences are widely distributed in human genome and serve as novel targets for regulating gene expression and chromosomal maintenance. They offer unique targets for anticancer drug
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