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... Health) - Among African American adults with low education and income levels, the increase in risk of heart disease or stroke associated with living in poverty is largest for women and people...
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2015/05/27 18:14
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I'm disappointed with Republicans who voted last week to empower President Obama with new trade authority. I wouldn't trust this administration to negotiate a deal on a secondhand Subaru — let alone a...
2015/05/27 13:44
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Myles W. Jackson The MIT Press, February 2015 CCR5 has been through a lot. Since scientists first sequenced it in the 1990s, the human nuclear gene—about 6,000 base pairs, located on chromosome...
2015/05/27 02:18
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The Precision Medicine Initiative, announced by President Obama in his 2015 State of the Union address, is an incredibly ambitious project. Obama has called for $215 million from the 2016 budget to...
2015/05/26 19:27
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The White House said on Tuesday the ethical issues associated with gene-editing on the Human Genome need further study by the scientific community and should not be pursued until issues are...
2015/05/26 18:31
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In an attempt to ensure that gene sequencing, medical diagnoses, and personalized therapies of the future are as accurate as possible, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has...
2015/05/26 15:03
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Neal Stephenson’s new novel, Seveneves, begins: “The Moon blew up without warning and for no apparent reason.” Scientists realize humanity has roughly two years to come up with a survival strategy...
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The technique allows the researchers to find a figurative needle in a haystack that's smaller than any needle. Rice researchers David Zhang, an assistant professor of bioengineering, and lead author...
2015/05/26 12:39
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They hold major implications for fundamental questions that cut across biology and shift the spotlight back onto humans as a central model in the study of evolution. And, they again highlight the...
2015/05/26 03:28
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Stuart Newman: The Virosphere And Non-Linear EvolutionMonday, 25 May 2015, 10:26 amArticle: Suzan MazurStuart Newman: The Virosphere And Non-Linear EvolutionBy Suzan MazurSTUART A. NEWMAN(Photo by...
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Researchers from BGI reported the most complete haploid-resolved diploid genome (HDG) sequence based on de novo assembly with NGS technology and the pipeline developed lays the foundation for de novo...
2015/05/25 11:39
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Ever since scientists completed mapping the entire Human Genome in 2003, the field of DNA sequencing has seen an influx of new methods and technologies designed to help scientists in their search for...
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2015/05/25 05:34
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THE WASHINGTON POSTGang Bao, who is trying to use CRISPT/Cas9 to devise a way to block sickle cell disease, says it is too soon to say whether the system can be deployed for humans. Picture : Jeff...
2015/05/25 01:20
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In the past, the only way for researchers to distinguish between cells was to dye them and look at them under a microscope, paying attention to their varying shapes and structures inside. But now...
2015/05/24 19:48
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Reading our DNA is a new way of interpreting ourselves. Current trends suggest that one day, perhaps much sooner than we think, we will all have our own genomes sequenced. We may opt in for health...
2015/05/24 13:08
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Share This article The human microbiome refers to the entire panoply of bacteria that cohabitate on and within the human body. New developments in understanding these vast bacteria colonies suggest a...
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2015/05/24 07:58
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California’s state of mind, as much as its magnificent landscape, has always loomed large in the global imagination. And just when many were beginning to believe that the future of the Golden State...
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... problem with Africa is that Africans don’t know how to do technology. Go look up race and IQ and you’ll see that I’m right.” An engineering professor, based at a foreign university, told me that...
2015/05/22 10:39
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The Human Genome Project gave us an incredible foundation from which to understand our potential genetic repertoire. In order to understand the actual roles of particular genes in disease, however, it...
2015/05/22 08:08
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Alternative splicing of obesity and type 2 diabetes related genes may contribute to the pathophysiology of obesity, according to research from the University of Eastern Finland. Obesity leads to...
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