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World’s Top Female Surfers Compete for $125,000 Donation in Genetic Testing Vouchers
Reuters - 11 Hours ago
World’s Top Female Surfers Compete for $125,000 Donation in Genetic Testing Vouchers to Clinics in the Battle for the Breasts The sixteen participants have been announced for the second annual
World’s Top Female Surfers Compete for and#36;125,000 Donation in Genetic Testing SPi World News
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A single gene has been linked with being a psychopath -- and it's very controversial
Business Insider Australia - 16 Hours ago
As of yet, no single factor can explain what causes people to behave in ways labelled psychopathic. But research suggests our genes may play a role. One gene in particular is linked with an increased
A single gene has been linked with being a psychopath - and it's very controversial Business Insider India
A single gene has been linked with being a psychopath — and it’s very controversial Yahoo! Finance
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International Potato Center Announces Partnership with Novogene Bioinformatics Technology
Bloomberg - 17 Hours ago
/PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The International Potato Center (CIP), a global agricultural research and development organization, member of the CGIAR Consortium, and custodian of the world's largest potato gene
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Doctor Whose Drug Killed Teen Returns as Gene Tech Booms Again
Bloomberg - 18 Hours ago
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Genome editing produces heavier fish
NHK - 18 Hours ago
Japanese researchers say they have successfully produced a type of edible fish that's about 50 percent heavier through a procedure called genome editing. Genome editing is a technique that can manipulate
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Money Flows Again to Gene-Therapy Drugs Investors Once Shunned
Bloomberg - 20 Hours ago
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Gene Therapy for Immune Disorder Lasts 9 Years, Studies Show
Bloomberg - 20 Hours ago
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International Stem Cell to complete one:150 reverse common stock split
Bloomberg - 20 Hours ago
Biotechnology company International Stem Cell (OtherOTC:ISCO) reported on Tuesday the launch of a one:150 reverse split of its common stock. With the opening of trading on 29 July 2015, the company's
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Doctor Whose Experimental Drug Killed Teen Is Back in Practice
Bloomberg - 20 Hours ago
The evidence is clear: Jesse Gelsinger died from a medical experiment led by James Wilson . At 18, Gelsinger was confronting a rare metabolic disorder, and Wilson, a biotechnology pioneer, held out
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Medivir announces start of a phase I clinical trial of the nucleotide polymerase
TMC Net - 10 Hours ago
[July 29, 2015] Medivir AB (Nasdaq Stockholm: MVIR) today announces the start of a phase I clinical trial with AL-704, also known as JNJ-54257099, by Alios Biopharma Inc., part of the Janssen Pharmaceutical
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Veteran Genome Project Serves as an Early Test Bed for Customized Care
Scientific American - 11 Hours ago
Four years before Pres. Barack Obama unveiled plans for a $215-million Precision Medicine Initiative designed to better understand genetic variations within disease and develop treatments, veterans were
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Regulation of mitochondrial morphology and function by stearoylation of TFR1
Nature - 11 Hours ago
doi:10.1038/nature14601 Authors: Deniz Senyilmaz, Sam Virtue, Xiaojun Xu, Chong Yew Tan, Julian L. Griffin, Aubry K. Miller, Antonio Vidal-Puig & Aurelio A. Teleman Mitochondria are involved in
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RNA degradation paths in a 12-subunit nuclear exosome complex
Nature - 11 Hours ago
Affiliations Department of Structural Cell Biology, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, 82152 Martinsried, Germany Debora Lika Makino, Benjamin Schuch, Elisabeth Stegmann, Marc Baumgärtner, Claire
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DNA replication: Strand separation unravelled
Nature - 11 Hours ago
doi:10.1038/nature14643 Authors: Matthew L. Bochman & Anthony Schwacha The DNA double helix must be separated into single strands to be duplicated. A structure of the Mcm2–7 helicase enzyme responsible
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Electrochemical Label-Free Nucleotide Sensors
Chemistry Asian Journal - 11 Hours ago
Numerous researchers have devoted a great deal of effort over the last few decades to the development of electrochemical oligonucleotide detection techniques, due to their advantages of simple design,
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Guanine polynucleotides are self-antigens for human natural autoantibodies and are
Journal of Immunology - 12 Hours ago
Abstract In the course of investigating anti-DNA autoantibodies, we examined IgM and IgG antibodies to poly-G and other oligonucleotides in the sera of healthy persons and those diagnosed with Systemic
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Genetically Modified Marijuana Discussed in Latest Ganjapreneur.com Podcast
A.M. Best - 13 Hours ago
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Nutritional stress effects under different nitrogen sources on the genes in microalga
Journal of Phycology - 14 Hours ago
Abstract The expressions of nine nitrogen assimilation-associated genes, NRT2 , NAR1 , NIA2 , NIR , GLN2 , GLSF , GSN1 , GDH , and AAT2 , in microalgae Isochrysis zhangjiangensis were investigated to
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Global DNA Sequencing Market Report: 2015 Edition - Research Background & Research
A.M. Best - 14 Hours ago
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/29/2015 -- DNA sequencing market is one of the fastest growing segments of the life sciences tools market. This research study includes the market assessment of various products,
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The worldwide distribution of genetically and phylogenetically diverse Bacillus
Environmental Microbiology Reports - 15 Hours ago
Summary B acillus cereus is a close relative of B . anthracis , the causative agent of anthrax whose pathogenic determinants are located on pXO1 and pXO2 plasmids. B acillus anthracis -like plasmids
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Easy-to-understand beef genomics on eXtension website
Delta Farm Press - 15 Hours ago
Six land-grant university specialists are working together sorting out the most helpful Internet items about herd genetics. Beef herd owners facing genetic data overload at breeding time can find help.
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Short-range inversions: Rethinking organelle genome stability
Wiley BioEssays - 15 Hours ago
In the organelles of plants and mammals, recent evidence suggests that genomic instability stems in large part from template switching events taking place during DNA replication. Although more than one
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AACC 2015: New Mobile DNA Test for Chlamydia Announced
Bioscience Technology Online - 15 Hours ago
A team of researchers led by Dr. Jeff Tza-Huei Wang from the Johns Hopkins University BioMEMS lab created a new smartphone DNA test capable of diagnosing chlamydia with high accuracy. The scientists
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When maladaptive gene flow does not increase selection
Journal of Evolution - 16 Hours ago
Populations receiving high maladaptive gene flow are expected to experience strong directional selection – because gene flow pulls mean phenotypes away from local fitness peaks. We tested this prediction
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Study Reveals Potential for Gene Manipulation to Stop Alcohol Addiction
A.M. Best - 16 Hours ago
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