Human Genome

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The Morning Call
Moravian Book Shop best-sellers: Nonfiction Paperbacka sweeping, paradigm-shifting argument: 1. Humans are better off as pure organi
The Morning Call / Posted yesterday
a sweeping, paradigm-shifting argument: 1. Humans are better off as pure organisms free of foreign microbes; and 2. The human genome is the key to future medical advances. The microorganisms we sought to eliminate have been here for centurie,s.... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
LETTERS, Sept. 22: The limits of religionOverhaul tax code EDITOR: What do the Oprah Winfrey Show debut, the first lapt
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted yesterday
Overhaul tax code EDITOR: What do the Oprah Winfrey Show debut, the first laptop computer, the Human Genome Project, Top Gun, Whitney Houston’s “The Greatest Love of All,” the Centennial of the Statue of Liberty, and the first federal holiday... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
A word of caution about rescheduled Ravens DNA Dayexamples of individuals who were not prepared to learn unexpected information.
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
examples of individuals who were not prepared to learn unexpected information. There is still much to learn about the human genome and the interpretation of genetic testing. This uncertainty is of special note when the results have a potential... Read more
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Weekly Times
Kids of older dads risk genetic mutationsor new mutations provide an important part of the substrate for evolution, laun
Weekly Times / Posted 3 days ago
or new mutations provide an important part of the substrate for evolution, launching a constant flow of new versions of the human genome into the environment. "However, they are also believed to be responsible for the majority of cases of rare... Read more
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Herald Sun
Kids of older dads risk genetic mutationsor new mutations provide an important part of the substrate for evolution, laun
Herald Sun / Posted 3 days ago
or new mutations provide an important part of the substrate for evolution, launching a constant flow of new versions of the human genome into the environment. "However, they are also believed to be responsible for the majority of cases of rare... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Kids of older dads risk genetic mutationsor new mutations provide an important part of the substrate for evolution, laun
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 days ago
or new mutations provide an important part of the substrate for evolution, launching a constant flow of new versions of the human genome into the environment. "However, they are also believed to be responsible for the majority of cases of rare... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Kids of older dads risk genetic mutationsor new mutations provide an important part of the substrate for evolution, laun
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
or new mutations provide an important part of the substrate for evolution, launching a constant flow of new versions of the human genome into the environment. "However, they are also believed to be responsible for the majority of cases of rare... Read more
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The Scientist
Icelanders' Genomes Hint at Origins of Genetic Diversitya new study suggests. The results give clues to how age and sex contribute to t
The Scientist / Posted 3 days ago
a new study suggests. The results give clues to how age and sex contribute to the development of new mutations in the human genome, and the influence of these factors on genetic diversity and evolution. In the study, researchers analyzed... Read more
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Philly.com
Save-your-life test for $25,000 draws rich patients and skepticsWe have the most accurate data.” Venter, one of the best known scientists of t
Philly.com / Posted 4 days ago
We have the most accurate data.” Venter, one of the best known scientists of the 21st century for his role in mapping the human genome, has been striking that kind of lofty note a lot lately, and investors are loving it. The four-year-old company... Read more
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Business Wire
DNA Sequencing Technologies, Markets and Companies, 2017 Report with Estimates to 2026This report briefly reviews basics of human genome variations, development of s
Business Wire / Posted 4 days ago
This report briefly reviews basics of human genome variations, development of sequencing technologies, and their applications. Current large and small sequencers are described as well as companies developing them. Various applications of sequencing... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Depressed? Genetics affect how drugs workdepression and mental illness with medication. Thanks to the relatively new fi
The Seattle Times / Posted 5 days ago
depression and mental illness with medication. Thanks to the relatively new field of pharmacogenomics — which the National Human Genome Research Institute defines as the use of “information about a person’s genetic makeup to choose the drugs and... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
A racist? Take this pill and call in the morninggenetically driven, but not all have the scientific tools necessary to pursue t
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 8 days ago
genetically driven, but not all have the scientific tools necessary to pursue their curiosity. But with the mapping of the human genome by Craig Venter, and subsequent breakthroughs in human genomics, we may be at the cusp of exploring this... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
A conversation with Chris Hadfieldof Everybody Who Ever Lived, and it's really worth reading, because he's used t
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 8 days ago
of Everybody Who Ever Lived, and it's really worth reading, because he's used the latest of our ability to analyze the human genome in order to truly look where we all came from, and you only have to go back a very short period to see how we're... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
A conversation with Chris Hadfieldof Everybody Who Ever Lived, and it's really worth reading, because he's used t
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 8 days ago
of Everybody Who Ever Lived, and it's really worth reading, because he's used the latest of our ability to analyze the human genome in order to truly look where we all came from, and you only have to go back a very short period to see how we're... Read more
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Welland Tribune
A conversation with Chris Hadfieldof Everybody Who Ever Lived, and it's really worth reading, because he's used t
Welland Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
of Everybody Who Ever Lived, and it's really worth reading, because he's used the latest of our ability to analyze the human genome in order to truly look where we all came from, and you only have to go back a very short period to see how we're... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Mother’s milk help preterm babies to get metabolic boostinfants born prematurely. They then processed the samples in a lab, extracting
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
infants born prematurely. They then processed the samples in a lab, extracting the microRNAs and comparing them to the human genome to pinpoint the differences between premature and term breast milk. After analysis, they identified nine... Read more
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asianage
Preterm babies may get metabolic boost from mother’s milkinfants born prematurely. They then processed the samples in a lab, extracting
asianage / Posted 9 days ago
infants born prematurely. They then processed the samples in a lab, extracting the microRNAs and comparing them to the human genome to pinpoint the differences between premature and term breast milk. After analysis, they identified nine... Read more
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EarthSky
Natural selection happening now in humans, say scientistsabout the workings of natural selection in humans. Indeed, one of the clearest
EarthSky / Posted 9 days ago
about the workings of natural selection in humans. Indeed, one of the clearest footprints of a past adaptation in the human genome involves a mutation that permits milk to be digested in adulthood. This mutation in the lactase gene rapidly... Read more
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New Kerala
Breastfeeding gives premature babies metabolic boost - newkerala news #271674with infants born prematurely. Then they processed the samples in a lab, extrac
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
with infants born prematurely. Then they processed the samples in a lab, extracting the microRNAs and comparing them to the human genome to pinpoint the differences between premature and term breast milk. After the analysis, the researchers... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Elected leaders, others remember longtime New Mexico senatorHe was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond na
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 10 days ago
He was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond national security, such as mapping the human genome." -- Los Alamos National Laboratory Director Charlie McMillan "As the number one champion of civil nuclear... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Elected leaders, others remember longtime New Mexico senatorHe was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond na
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 10 days ago
He was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond national security, such as mapping the human genome." -- Los Alamos National Laboratory Director Charlie McMillan "As the number one champion of civil nuclear... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Elected leaders, others remember longtime New Mexico senatorHe was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond na
The New Canaan News / Posted 10 days ago
He was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond national security, such as mapping the human genome." -- Los Alamos National Laboratory Director Charlie McMillan "As the number one champion of civil nuclear... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Funeral services set for former US senatorMcMillan said Domenici was instrumental making use of supercomputing for nation
The Times and Democrat / Posted 10 days ago
McMillan said Domenici was instrumental making use of supercomputing for national security and projects such as mapping the human genome. 11:15 a.m. Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson is praising deceased former U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici as a... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
New Mexico lawmakers honor former Sen. DomeniciMcMillan said Domenici was instrumental making use of supercomputing for nation
KTXS Abilene / Posted 10 days ago
McMillan said Domenici was instrumental making use of supercomputing for national security and projects such as mapping the human genome. 11:15 a.m. Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson is praising deceased former U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici as a... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Elected leaders, others remember longtime New Mexico senatorHe was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond na
Darien News-Review / Posted 10 days ago
He was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond national security, such as mapping the human genome." -- Los Alamos National Laboratory Director Charlie McMillan "As the number one champion of civil nuclear... Read more
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The News-Times
Elected leaders, others remember longtime New Mexico senatorHe was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond na
The News-Times / Posted 10 days ago
He was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond national security, such as mapping the human genome." -- Los Alamos National Laboratory Director Charlie McMillan "As the number one champion of civil nuclear... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Domenici conference attendees honor late senatorMcMillan said Domenici was instrumental making use of supercomputing for nation
The Times and Democrat / Posted 10 days ago
McMillan said Domenici was instrumental making use of supercomputing for national security and projects such as mapping the human genome. 11:15 a.m. Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson is praising deceased former U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici as a... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Elected leaders, others remember longtime New Mexico senatorHe was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond na
Stamford Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
He was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond national security, such as mapping the human genome." -- Los Alamos National Laboratory Director Charlie McMillan "As the number one champion of civil nuclear... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Elected leaders, others remember longtime New Mexico senatorHe was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond na
Connecticut Post / Posted 10 days ago
He was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond national security, such as mapping the human genome." -- Los Alamos National Laboratory Director Charlie McMillan "As the number one champion of civil nuclear... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Elected leaders, others remember longtime New Mexico senatorHe was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond na
Greenwich Time / Posted 10 days ago
He was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond national security, such as mapping the human genome." -- Los Alamos National Laboratory Director Charlie McMillan "As the number one champion of civil nuclear... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Elected leaders, others remember longtime New Mexico senatorHe was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond na
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
He was instrumental in making use of our supercomputing for projects, beyond national security, such as mapping the human genome." -- Los Alamos National Laboratory Director Charlie McMillan "As the number one champion of civil nuclear... Read more
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Business Wire
10-Year Prospective Outcome Data and MINDACT Sub-Study Presented at ESMO Congress Demonstrate Prognostic Value of MammaPrint® in Personalizing Early-Stage Breast Cancer Treatmentdecisions. Agendia’s breast cancer tests were developed using an unbiased gene
Business Wire / Posted 10 days ago
decisions. Agendia’s breast cancer tests were developed using an unbiased gene selection by analyzing the complete human genome. Our offerings include the MammaPrint® 70-Gene Breast Cancer Risk-of-Recurrence Test, and the BluePrint®... Read more
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Raw Story
Evolutionary geneticists are observing natural selection in humansabout the workings of natural selection in humans. Indeed, one of the clearest
Raw Story / Posted 11 days ago
about the workings of natural selection in humans. Indeed, one of the clearest footprints of a past adaptation in the human genome involves a mutation that permits milk to be digested in adulthood. This mutation in the lactase gene rapidly... Read more
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Boston Herald
Artists behind ‘Tribute in Light’ 9/11 memorial continue to inspire: ‘People could start looking up again’an art installation that would be placed atop of the tower—a bioluminescent bea
Boston Herald / Posted 11 days ago
an art installation that would be placed atop of the tower—a bioluminescent beacon to commemorate the mapping of the human genome. While designing the display, the two frequently took trips to the top of the tower with engineers and studied... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Bill Clinton speaks of unification at SF eventlife I’ve lived,” Clinton quipped. “Because we believe in a God of second chanc
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 15 days ago
life I’ve lived,” Clinton quipped. “Because we believe in a God of second chances.” He referenced how the mapping of the human genome showed that people “were 99.5 percent the same.” “But we spend 99 percent of our time worrying about that half... Read more
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Business Wire
Top 3 Emerging Trends in the Protein Labeling Marketresearch was launched and was called the Human Proteome Project. This project w
Business Wire / Posted 15 days ago
research was launched and was called the Human Proteome Project. This project was created to mirror the success of the Human Genome Project and research is still going on in the project. With such global efforts toward a common goal of... Read more
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Billboard
The Complete Guide to Rihanna's Fenty BeautyThe Match Stix are magnetic hexagons, so when one is next to the other, the mag
Billboard / Posted 15 days ago
The Match Stix are magnetic hexagons, so when one is next to the other, the magnets attract and create what looks like the human genome or DNA. How's that for a subliminal message? 3. Not all of the products are made in the same place. The... Read more
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New Kerala
IBBR Receives Grant to Explore Next Generation Multi-Specific Antibody Therapeutic: Next Step towards a Cure for HIV? - newkerala news #269725are prone to drug resistance, and require constant patient monitoring. HIV has
New Kerala / Posted 17 days ago
are prone to drug resistance, and require constant patient monitoring. HIV has the further ability to integrate into the human genome, leading to hidden viral reservoirs that make total eradication impossible with ARVs alone. "The Institute's... Read more
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express
Dementia news: Alzheimer's and Parkinson's sufferers have more of THESE nutrients in brainlooked at a ZIP zinc transporter from the ZIP family, which is made up of thous
express / Posted 17 days ago
looked at a ZIP zinc transporter from the ZIP family, which is made up of thousands of metal transporters. The human genome - which is the genetic information in an organism - encodes 14 ZIPs. Many of them are associated with... Read more
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International Business Times
Humans are still evolving and filtering out these undesirable traits out genes that make developing Alzheimer's or becoming a heavy smoker more like
International Business Times / Posted 17 days ago
out genes that make developing Alzheimer's or becoming a heavy smoker more likely. The landmark research examines how the human genome is evolving over just one or two generations. A team from Columbia University analysed the genomes of 210,000... Read more
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Daily Mail
Asthma, obesity and even smoking could be weeded out by evolutionbecome more frequent in the population. The researchers were surprised to find
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
become more frequent in the population. The researchers were surprised to find just two common mutations across the entire human genome that heavily influence survival. The high power of their analysis should have detected other variants had they... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Science says humans are still evolvingassociated with heavy smoking in men. The researchers were surprised to find j
Business Insider Australia / Posted 18 days ago
associated with heavy smoking in men. The researchers were surprised to find just two common mutations across the entire human genome that heavily influence survival. The high power of their analysis should have detected other variant. This... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
These San Diego Scientists Can Predict How You Look Using Only Your Anonymous DNAtest such as 23andMe, you have probably been assured that your personal genetic
KPBS San Diego / Posted 19 days ago
test such as 23andMe, you have probably been assured that your personal genetic information will be kept private. But human genome sequencing pioneer J. Craig Venter and his team of scientists in La Jolla are out with a new study that offers a... Read more
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New Kerala
PerkinElmer Hosts Medical Genomics Seminars in India - newkerala news #268829ICMR, NAMS and BC Roy Medical Council award. He is a Member and Vice-chairman o
New Kerala / Posted 20 days ago
ICMR, NAMS and BC Roy Medical Council award. He is a Member and Vice-chairman of the Ethics Committee of the International Human Genome Organization (HUGO) and serves as an adviser in genetics to the WHO in Geneva, and to Roche Genetics in... Read more
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Philly.com
Your genes don't doom you to being heavymust be something in the environment. Both contribute.” Advances in molecular
Philly.com / Posted 21 days ago
must be something in the environment. Both contribute.” Advances in molecular biology in addition to information from the Human Genome Project, including genome-wide association studies, have helped identify about 200 loci, or genetic markers,... Read more
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The Scientist
The Role of DNA Base Modificationssubstantial viral defenses in a way that is analogous to the bacterial R-M syst
The Scientist / Posted 22 days ago
substantial viral defenses in a way that is analogous to the bacterial R-M system. For one, modified bases are rare in the human genome, with just 4 percent of all cytosines being modified. Moreover, there is little overlap between methylated DNA... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Kansas researchers looking at new wheat varietiessaid. This year, a consortium of international geneticists will likely finish
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 23 days ago
said. This year, a consortium of international geneticists will likely finish sequencing wheat's genome. Similar to the Human Genome Project that mapped human genetics, the project, which began in part with the center's research, will lay out... Read more
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Zero Hedge
How The CIA Made Googledepending on the subject. Delegates have included senior personnel from SAIC an
Zero Hedge / Posted 26 days ago
depending on the subject. Delegates have included senior personnel from SAIC and Booz Allen Hamilton, RAND Corp., Cisco, Human Genome Sciences, eBay, PayPal, IBM, Google, Microsoft, AT&T, the BBC, Disney, General Electric, Enron, among... Read more
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Business Wire
Global Gene Expression Market 2017- Emergence of Advanced Genome Editing Techniques and Genetic Screening Programsand biotech start-ups globally. It has enormous potential as it can detect muta
Business Wire / Posted 26 days ago
and biotech start-ups globally. It has enormous potential as it can detect mutations at the granular level in the human genome, thus creating highly sophisticated results. According to the report, one driver in the market is decreasing... Read more
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Business Wire
GeNeuro and Servier Announce Six-Month Results from CHANGE-MS Phase 2b Study in Multiple Sclerosisby a member of the HERV-W family. Human endogenous retroviruses (HERVs) are anc
Business Wire / Posted 27 days ago
by a member of the HERV-W family. Human endogenous retroviruses (HERVs) are ancestral retroviral DNA insertions in the human genome, thought to account for up to 8% of the human genome. The pHERV-W env protein is thought to be a causal factor... Read more
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