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Sun damage causes genetic changes that predispose children and adolescents to melanoma   - 3/4/2015
/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The St. Jude Children's Research Hospital""Washington University Pediatric Cancer Genome Project found that melanoma in some adolescent and adult patients involves many of the
  
    



Scientist in Human Genetics to Skin Care Guru: A Beautiful Journey   - 3/4/2015
SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/04/15 -- Sheetal Rawal combined her desire for flawless skin using natural ingredients with her skills as a scientist in human genetics to start Apsara Skin Care,
  
    




Stempeutics Receives US Process Patent for Its Novel Stem Cell Drug "Stempeucel(R)"   - 3/4/2015
(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via PRWEB - Stempeutics Research, a group company of Manipal Education and Medical Group and a Joint Venture with Cipla Group, announced today that the United States Patent and Trademarks
  
    



GeneSight Multi-Gene Combinatorial Pharmacogenomic (CPGx™)...   - 3/4/2015
The combinatorial, multi-gene GeneSight test has been found to better predict antidepressant treatment outcomes for patients with depression, and their use of health care resources, than any of the individual
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Molecular Weight Marker Market by Products (DNA, RNA, Protein Ladders), Type (Prestained,   - 3/3/2015
/PRNewswire/ -- The global molecular weight markers market comprises of DNA, Protein and RNA markers. The molecular weight markers market is further divided on the basis of type and size. The molecular
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Video: Fighting dengue fever with genetically-modified mosquito ...   - 3/3/2015
CNBC   |   March 03, 2015 CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports on the new travel advisory for those heading to warmer climates regarding mosquito-borne diseases like dengue fever. Share
  
    


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Accenture Extends Human Capital Management Offerings with Clone and Test Software   - 3/3/2015
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar. 3, 2015-- Accenture Before going into production with new human resources related processes, companies typically test relevant data for a smooth implementation. Accenture
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How to count chromosomes in a cell: An overview of current and novel technologies   - 3/4/2015
Aneuploidy, an aberrant number of chromosomes in a cell, is a feature of several syndromes associated with cognitive and developmental defects. In addition, aneuploidy is considered a hallmark of cancer
  
    



An Integrative Breakage Model of genome architecture, reshuffling and evolution   - 3/4/2015
Our understanding of genomic reorganization, the mechanics of genomic transmission to offspring during germ line formation, and how these structural changes contribute to the speciation process, and genetic
  
    


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Genetic Test Reveals If You Really Need Statin Drug   - 3/4/2015
Millions of Americans take statin drugs to lower cholesterol and reduce their heart disease risks, raising questions in some health circles about whether they are overprescribed. But researchers have
  
    



Genome-wide computational determination of the human metalloproteome   - 3/4/2015
Abstract Accurate prediction of protein function in humans is important for understanding biological processes at the molecular level in biomedicine and drug design. Over a third of proteins are commonly
  
    



Immunology: Invading bacteria trigger DNA alarm   - 3/4/2015
Immune systems use a previously unrecognized DNA detector to identify invading bacteria. White blood cells called neutrophils recognize bacterial DNA, triggering a response that eventually kills the
  
    


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Agriculture: Beetles felled by potato RNA   - 3/4/2015
Nature 519, 7541 (2015). doi:10.1038/519009c Plants can be engineered to contain molecules that disrupt insect genes, fending off a superpest that is resistant to all major insecticides.Ralph Bock
  
    



Stem cells: Stem-cell hope for Parkinson's   - 3/4/2015
Dopamine neurons derived from stem cells and inserted into a monkey's brain reduce Parkinson's-like symptoms over two years. Ole Isacson at Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, and his colleagues
  
    



Genetic architecture of sexual dimorphism in humans   - 3/4/2015
Males and females differ across a broad spectrum of morphological, physiological, and behavioral characters. In fact, sexually dimorphic traits typically contribute the largest component of phenotypic
  
    



Double stranded RNA-dependent protein kinase is necessary for TNF-a-induced osteoclast   - 3/4/2015
ABSTRACT Double-stranded RNA-dependent protein kinase (PKR) is involved in cell cycle progression, cell proliferation, cell differentiation, tumorgenesis, and apoptosis. We previously reported that
  
    



Mitochondrial and oxidative stress response in HepG2 cells following acute and chronic   - 3/4/2015
Chronic HIV treatment with antiretroviral drugs has been associated with adverse health outcomes. Mitochondrial toxicity exhibited by nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs) is pinpointed
  
    



The tomato I-3 gene: a novel gene for resistance to Fusarium wilt disease   - 3/4/2015
Summary Plant resistance proteins provide race-specific immunity through the recognition of pathogen effectors. The resistance genes I , I-2 and I-3 have been incorporated into cultivated tomato ( Solanum
  
    



Epigenome Map Reveals Regulatory Circuitry of Human Genome   - 3/4/2015
A report from the National Institutes of Health Roadmap Epigenomics Program describes 111 reference epigenomes from cells taken from throughout the human body, as well as embryonic stem cells. The
  
    



KCNN Genes that Encode Small-Conductance Ca2+-Activated K+ Channels Influence Alcohol   - 3/4/2015
To read this article in full you may need to log in, make a payment or gain access through a site license (see right). Neuropsychopharmacology (9 February 2015) | doi :10.1038/npp.2015.42 KCNN Genes
  
    



Scientist in Human Genetics to Skin Care Guru: A Beautiful Journey Marketwired   - 3/4/2015
) - Sheetal Rawal combined her desire for flawless skin using natural ingredients with her skills as a scientist in human genetics to start Apsara Skin Care, Inc. At a time when the public desire to go
  
    



Top Apple Analyst Gene Munster Answers Your Questions March 6 Live On #PreMarket   - 3/4/2015
/ Benzinga, a dynamic and innovative financial media company, is proud to announce that acclaimed Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster will stop by the #PreMarket Prep radio show on Friday, March 6. This
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Looking Forward in Candidate Gene Research: Concerns and Suggestions   - 3/4/2015
How to Cite Schlomer, G. L., Cleveland, H. H., Vandenbergh, D. J., Fosco, G. M. and Feinberg, M. E. (2015), . Journal of Marriage and Family, 77: 351–354. doi: 10.1111/jomf.12165 Author Information
  
    



Gene–Environment Interplay: Where We Are, Where We Are Going   - 3/4/2015
The idea that both genetic and environmental influences contribute to behavioral outcomes is widely accepted. However, the practice of examining candidate Gene?×?Environment interaction (cGxE) is controversial.
  
    



Gene conversion events between GYPB and GYPE abolish expression of the S and s blood   - 3/4/2015
Background and Objective The locus specifying the MNS blood group system is composed of three highly homologous genes, glycophorin A ( GYPA ), B ( GYPB ) and E ( GYPE ). While more than 20 hybrid genes
  
    
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