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Scientists in UN-backed initiative decode tsetse fly genome   - 84 Minutes ago
UNITED NATIONS, April 24 (Xinhua) -- Scientists in a United Nations-backed collaborative have cracked the genetic code of the bloodsucking tsetse fly in a breakthrough that brings new hope to the fight
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Scientists make achievement in controlling bloodsucking tsetse fly in Africa   - 84 Minutes ago
VIENNA, April 24 (Xinhua) -- Scientists have cracked the genetic code of the bloodsucking tsetse fly, prompting hope for a breakthrough of controlling the devastating livestock diseases in sub-Saharan
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Govt to create proper DNA database   - 41 Minutes ago
GOVERNMENT is moving towards creating a proper deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) database with law enforcement officers first in line and mandated under law to provide tissue samples as the State seeks to establish
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A novel mutation in the EDAR gene causes severe autosomal recessive hypohidrotic   - 70 Minutes ago
We report on a 2-year-old girl presenting with a severe form of hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia (HED). The patient presented with hypotrichosis, anodontia, hypohidrosis, frontal bossing, prominent lips
  
    



A 3D sphere culture system containing functional polymers for large-scale human   - 91 Minutes ago
A 3D sphere culture system containing functional polymers for large-scale human pluripotent stem cell production
  
    



Y chromosome appeared in mammals 180m years ago   - 3 Hours ago
LONDON: Scientists have found that the first sex determining genes appeared in mammals some 180 million years ago. In humans and other mammals, the difference between sexes depends on one single element
  
    


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Impulsive? A procrastinator? Blame your genes   - 3 Hours ago
New research suggests the tax office should expand the list of acceptable explanations for procrastinators' yearly extension requests and late tax filings. Two possibilities: "I was born this way" and
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Scientists clone stem cells matched to two adults   - 3 Hours ago
Scientists have replicated one of the most significant accomplishments in stem cell research by creating human embryos that were clones of two men. The lab-engineered embryos were harvested within days
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Genetic legacy of rare dwarf trees is widespread   - 2 Hours ago
| AAAS Related Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical and Healthcare News (Queen Mary, University of London) Researchers from Queen Mary University of London have found genetic evidence that one of Britain's
  
    


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Scientists Build a Custom Chromosome   - 70 Minutes ago
Scientists have built a custom chromosome -- a package of genetic material assembled entirely from synthetic DNA. This engineered chromosome belongs to yeast, but experts say it can help them understand
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4/25/2014: Ht World: Y CHROMOSOME IS 180M YEARS OLD   - 2 Hours ago
After 29,500 hours of research scientists have established that the first sex genes appeared in mammals around 180 million years ago. They took samples from several male tissues — particularly testicles
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Y Chromosome Not In Danger Of Going Extinct After All   - 95 Minutes ago
A decade-long study found the mammalian Y chromosome has been stable for millions of years and won’t be disappearing any time soon. “” is categorized as “science and technology”. This video was licensed
  
    


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Y chromosome appeared 180 million years ago   - 97 Minutes ago
London: The Y chromosome, which distinguishes males from females at the genetic level, appeared some 180 million years ago, according to a new study. In humans and other mammals, the difference between
  
    



DailyDirt: There Will Be Blood... And DNA And Stem Cells   - 2 Hours ago
And DNA And Stem Cells from the urls-we-dig-up dept Biotechnology takes time to grow and develop new stuff, but every so often, there's a big leap. And then it still takes time to verify results and perform
  
    



Sorghum Checkoff, DuPont Pioneer Partnership Will Focus on Genetics   - 3 Hours ago
DuPont Pioneer and the Sorghum Checkoff Program on Thursday announced a collaboration to advance genetic tools and opportunities for grain sorghum. Under a three-year collaboration agreement, the Sorghum
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Solving a longstanding mystery in cell division -- Cells do not repair damage to   - 52 Minutes ago
TORONTO – The paradox of a cell that shuts down its DNA repair processes during cell division has been solved, according to research published in Science on March 20, 2014. The problem had eluded science
  
    



Chromosome Banding in Amphibia. XXXI. The Neotropical Anuran Families Centrolenidae   - 57 Minutes ago
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43rd Biennial American Cytogenetics Conference. May 4-7, 2014. The Omni Grove Park   - 57 Minutes ago
Cytogenet Genome Res 2014;142:226-256
  
    



New Stem Cells Findings Reported from Jackson Laboratory   - 88 Minutes ago
Stem Cell Research 2014 APR 28 (NewsRx) -- By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Stem Cell Week -- Investigators publish new report on Stem Cell Research. According to news reporting out of Bar Harbor,
  
    



Understanding the dog genome offers insight into human diseases   - 91 Minutes ago
A dissertation on canine genetic disorders received the outstanding dissertation award at the University’s anniversary celebration, along with two other works. Researcher Marjo Hytönen was one of three
  
    



ETS fusion genes in prostate cancer - Abstract   - 94 Minutes ago
Prostate cancer is very common in elderly men in developed countries. Unravelling of the molecular and biological processes that contribute to tumor development and progressive growth, including its
  
    



Nissan Chemical : A 3D sphere culture system containing functional polymers for   - 96 Minutes ago
Polymer boosts production of stem cells in three dimensions Kyoto, Japan- Mass producing human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs), including embryonic stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells, for regenerative
  
    



Mutants: Genetic Gladiators Brings The Fight To Mobile   - 86 Minutes ago
Finally making the leap from PC to mobile, Mutants: Genetic Gladiators today launches on iOS and Android as a free-to-play monster battle game, allowing players to collect creatures, enhance their abilities,
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Purdue U researchers find that gold nanoparticles help target, quantify breast cancer   - 58 Minutes ago
NCI Cancer Center News Purdue University researchers have developed a way to detect and measure cancer levels in a living cell by using tiny gold particles with tails of synthetic DNA.### Among the research
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Study finds long-term survival of human neural stem cells transplanted into primate   - 80 Minutes ago
A team of researchers in Korea who transplanted human neural stem cells (hNSCs) into the brains of nonhuman primates and assessed cell survival and differentiation after 22 and 24 months found that the
  
    
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