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... man was human-Neanderthal mix Related Stories Love thy neighbour A bone found by chance on the banks of a Siberian river has yielded the oldest modern Human Genome yet...
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Apple boss Tim Cook confronts China over iCloud hacking claims Cook discussed user data security at a meeting with top Chinese government official in Beijing Report claims Apple users in China have...
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The $9m EU project investigates the potential of nutrigenomics - a new branch of nutrition which looks at how food affects the behaviour in our genes. Experts are able to look at the way individual’s...
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Many Elderly Found with Puzzling Mutations Linked to Leukemia, Lymphoma Researchers find no connection with blood cancer that seldom strikes senior citizens Oct. 22, 2014 � A surprisingly large...
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Some scientists share better than others. While astronomers and geneticists embrace the concept, the culture of ecology still has a ways to go. Research by Michigan State University, published in the...
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Playwright and performer Adura Onashile in HeLa. A one-woman show toured under the auspices of the British Council testifies to live theatre's unrivalled ability to enliven storytelling with a...
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MODELING DNA: Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) in a mouse T cell nucleus shows the X chromosome in green and all other chromosomes in blue (inset); a 3-D model of the mouse X chromosome from...
2014/10/22 12:39
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Like fossils buried beneath a modern landscape, the Human Genome is littered with sequences that originated from ancient viral DNA insertion events. Scientists have long assumed that these...
2014/10/22 11:34
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Milan - Seven hundred years after Marco Polo showed how it was done, Italy is once again knocking on China's door looking to do business. This time around the quest is for capital investment and...
2014/10/21 20:21
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One in five American Latinas has a decreased risk for breast cancer thanks to her DNA, according to new research funded by the National Cancer Institute. The study, published by the University of...
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A genetic trait protects many women of Latin American descent from breast cancer, researchers probing the ethnic biology of cancer said Monday. If confirmed, the finding may lead to more effective...
2014/10/21 17:08
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Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation and OpGen, Inc., a leading genetic analysis company, announced the introduction of an Early Access Program for its upcoming Human Chromosome ExplorerSM, human...
2014/10/21 13:44
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ISTOCK, FOTOHUNTERSequencing the coding portions of people’s genomes could improve medicine’s ability to identify genetic disorders, according to two independent papers published in JAMA this week...
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... pioneered autosomal DNA ancestry analysis for consumers, and has created the largest DNA ancestry service in the world. With a simple saliva sample 23andMe can reveal the geographic origins of...
2014/10/21 09:27
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So, of course, President Obama is responsible for the Ebola outbreak that’s rapidly becoming a pandemic near you, because, you know, he’s actually an African and wants to kill you. Probably secretly...
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Several weeks ago I signed up for a workshop in super-resolution microscopy. In the meantime, before even arriving here at the US National Institutes of Health, the workshop took on dramatic...
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Editor's note: Rene Almeling is a sociologist at Yale and author of "Sex Cells: The Medical Market for Eggs and Sperm" (University of California Press). Joanna Radin is a historian at Yale and author...
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Cave fish exhibit repeated, independent evolution for a variety of traits including eye degeneration, pigment loss, increased size, number of taste buds and shifts in behavior. The researchers are...
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WASHINGTON -- Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, administered a dose of truth to political Washington last week. For this honest service, Collins was pilloried. In an...
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Today, Dutch biomedical big data company GENALICE officially launched its all-in-one appliance for Next-Gen Sequencing (NGS) data processing, the GENALICE VAULT, at the annual conference of the...
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