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Aaron's, Inc. Announces Gene Lockhart to Join Board of Directors
KOTA Territory News - 89 Minutes ago
SOURCE Aaron's, Inc. John Schuerholz to Retire from Aaron's Board after Eight Years of Service ATLANTA "Gene has tremendous experience as an innovator in the financial services industries where he
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Jeans for Genes day is on today
Hills News - 3 Hours ago
exit The builders in the HomeWorld display village in Kellyville are pooling together to raise money for the Children's Medical Research Institute. Chief executive Phil Jones said he was inspired to
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Genome study will make chemo 'a thing of the past'
ITV.com - 2 Hours ago
The £300 million genome research announced by the PM will make chemotherapy "a thing of the past", according to one medical expert. Professor Jeremy Farrar, director of health charity the Wellcome Trust,
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Identification and characterization of microRNAs in oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
New Phytologist - 2 Hours ago
Summary Verticillium longisporum , a soil-borne pathogenic fungus, causes vascular disease in oilseed rape ( Brassica napus ). We proposed that plant microRNAs (miRNAs) are involved in the plant– V.
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PM hopes to make Britain 'world leader in genetics'
ITV.com - 2 Hours ago
A "landmark" project to map 100,000 complete DNA code sequences has been hailed by the Prime Minister, who hopes it will make Britain a world leader in genetic research. David Cameron predicted the £300
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Molecular cytogenetics of Leymus: Mapping the Ns genome-specific repetitive sequences
Journal of Systematics and Evolution - 2 Hours ago
Abstract The objective of this paper is to summarize the work in my group on FISH (fluorescent in situ hybridization) mapping of Ns -specific repetitive DNA sequences from Leymus and discuss the results
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Numerous BAF complex genes are mutated in Coffin–Siris syndrome
American Journal of Medical Genetics - 3 Hours ago
Coffin–Siris syndrome (CSS; OMIM#135900) is a rare congenital anomaly syndrome characterized by intellectual disability, coarse face, hypertrichosis, and absence/hypoplasia of the fifth digits' nails.
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Differential risks in men and women for first and recurrent venous thrombosis: the
Thrombosis and Haemostasis - 3 Hours ago
Summary Men have a higher risk of first and recurrent venous thrombosis than women. However, the pathophysiology underlying this phenomenon is as yet unknown. In this review article, we assessed the
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Identification of APOH polymorphisms as common genetic risk factors for venous thrombosis
Thrombosis and Haemostasis - 3 Hours ago
Summary Background Venous thrombosis is a worldwide medical problem. In order to identify individuals at high risk early, it is necessary to find more genetic risk factors. Nowadays, the studies on
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Incidence and risk factors of poor mobilization in adult autologous peripheral blood
Vox Sanguinis - 3 Hours ago
Background and Objectives Collection of sufficient CD34+ cells for autologous peripheral blood stem cell (PBSC) transplantation is frequently failed in patients with lymphoma or multiple myeloma (MM).
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Adaptation of Tri-molecular Fluorescence Complementation allows assaying of regulatory
Wiley Biotechnology and Bioengineering - 4 Hours ago
Abstract sRNAs play a significant role in controlling and regulating cellular metabolism. One of the more interesting aspects of certain sRNAs is their ability to make global changes in the cell by
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Fujifilm : TMDU and Sao Paulo University Hospital sign a basic agreement on the
4 Traders - 2 Hours ago
Aug. 1, 2014 Fujifilm Corporation (President: Shigehiro Nakajima) has announced that it reached a basic agreement on July 31, 2014 with the Tokyo Medical and Dental University (President: Yasuyuki
Fujifilm, TMDU and Sao Paulo University Hospital sign a basic agreement on the proliferation Noodls
American to discontinue Charlotte - Sao Paulo, Brazil flight Charlotte Observer
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Study advances 'DNA revolution,' tells butterflies' evolutionary history
Science Daily - 105 Minutes ago
By tracing nearly 3,000 genes to the earliest common ancestor of butterflies and moths, University of Florida scientists have created an extensive "Tree of Lepidoptera" in the first study to use large-scale,
UF Study Advances 'DNA Revolution,' Tells Butterflies' Evolutionary History Newswise
New study advances 'DNA revolution,' tells butterflies' evolutionary history PhysOrg.com
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There Are Cells Inside Teeth That Can Turn Back Into Stem Cells
Gizmodo Australia - 69 Minutes ago
Inside each of our hard, calcified teeth is a small population of living stem cells that can differentiate into many types of tissue. The origin of those stem cells has long been unknown, but scientists
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Beware of Claims about Cosmetic Stem Cell Procedures, Review Says
BioPortfolio - 79 Minutes ago
(Medical Xpress) – Advertising claims for cosmetic procedures using stem cells are running far ahead of the scientific evidence for safety and effectiveness, according to a review in the August issue
Beware of claims about cosmetic stem cells procedures, review says Ein News
Beware of claims about cosmetic stem cells procedures Machines Like Us
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Scientists isolate suicide risk gene
3 News - 109 Minutes ago
US scientists have identified a gene mutation that appears to be common in people who attempt or commit suicide, a finding that could lead to a blood test to predict risk. The discovery is based on
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HCV Genome-Wide Genetic Analyses in Context of Disease Progression and Hepatocellular
Plosone.org - 2 Hours ago
Abstract Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is a major cause of hepatitis and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) world-wide. Most HCV patients have relatively stable disease, but approximately 25% have progressive
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Study of Twins Discovers Gene Mutation Linked to Short Sleep Duration
ScienceNewsline - 2 Hours ago
DARIEN, IL – Researchers who studied 100 twin pairs have identified a gene mutation that may allow the carrier to function normally on less than six hours of sleep per night. The genetic variant also
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Jeans for Genes Day toolkit
Australian Life Scientist - 2 Hours ago
In 21 years more than $61 million has been raised by the Jeans for Genes Day effort to support research at Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI), such as neurobiologist Professor Phil Robinson’s
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Redox State and Mitochondrial Respiratory Chain Function in Skeletal Muscle of LGMD2A
Plosone.org - 3 Hours ago
by Mats I. Nilsson, Lauren G. Macneil, Yu Kitaoka, Fatimah Alqarni, Rahul Suri, Mahmood Akhtar, Maria E. Haikalis, Pavneet Dhaliwal, Munim Saeed, Mark A. Tarnopolsky Background Calpain-3 deficiency
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Discovery could improve stem cell production, scientists say
SmartBrief - 3 Hours ago
Scientists at the University of California, San Francisco, say they have identified biochemical pathways that block the reprogramming of adult cells into an embryonic state, and the discovery could lead
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Genetic appeal: Brain responses to food cues may vary based on DNA
Ein News - 3 Hours ago
Jul 31, 2014 - 18:51 GMT People with a common genetic mutation linked to obesity respond differently to pictures of appetising foods than overweight or obese people who do not have the genetic mutation,
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Sh*T the EFF will do: Ban genetically modified organisms
Daily Maverick - 3 Hours ago
EFF MP and Ideologue In Chief Andile Mngxitama has said that corporate techno-foods amount to “the systematic poisoning of the black body for profit, which has been allowed to happen by the ANC government.”
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Providence Health, NantHealth and The Chan Soon-Shiong Institute of Molecular Medicine
Sys-Con Australia - 3 Hours ago
NantHealth and The Chan Soon-Shiong Institute of Molecular Medicine founder and Chairman Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong today announced its partnership with Providence Health and Services to create the country’s
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Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility - 4 Hours ago
Washington, DC — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will phase out the use of genetically engineered (GE) crops to feed wildlife and ban neonicotinoid insecticides from all wildlife refuges nationwide
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