DNA

Their Dna Hides A Warning, But They Don’t Want To Know What It Says

Some volunteers for biobanks, which collect genetic information to study health across populations, have been surprised to be informed they carry risky mutations.
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A New Test Could Improve Diagnosis Of Male Infertility And Advance Fertility Treatment

Breaking research published today in AACC's Clinical Chemistry journal shows that a new test can measure the amount of DNA damage in sperm with greater accuracy than current tests. This new method could significantly improve diagnosis of male...
Related topics: DNA Test, Infertility, Fertility, Medical Research, Genetics

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Scientists Build 'valves' In Dna To Shape Biological Information Flows

Scientists have developed new biological parts that are able to shape the flow of cellular processes along DNA.
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Newly Discovered Dna Repair Mechanisms Point To Potential Therapy Targets For Cancer And...

Faulty DNA damage repair can lead to many types of cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, and other serious disorders. Investigators have developed high-throughput microscopy and machine learning systems that can identify and classify DNA repair...
Related topics: Medical Research, Genetics, Cancer, Oncology

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'lab On A Chip' Can Measure Protein-dna Interactions

New nanophotonic tweezers developed by Cornell researchers can fit on a chip less than one-inch square, making it easier and more efficient to manipulate single molecules using light in order to investigate biological systems.
Related topics: Proteins, Genetics

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Crystallography For The Misfit Crystals

Francis Crick, who famously co-discovered the shape of DNA, once said: “If you want to understand function, study structure.” Many decades later, this remains a tenet of biology, chemistry, and materials science. A key breakthrough in the quest...
Related topics: Scientific Discoveries, Genetics

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Researchers Identify Replication And Transcription Machinery For Ranaviruses

Members of the genus Ranavirus (family iridoviridae) are nucleo-cytoplasmic large DNA viruses (NCLDVs) isolated from aquatic animals including reptiles, amphibians, and bony fish. They are promiscuous pathogens that pose threats to poikilotherms.
Related topics: Genetics

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Chula Medical Breakthrough! Red-gem Molecules To Reverse Aging

Chula Medicine has successfully invented RED-GEMs (REjuvenating DNA by GEnomic Stability Molecules) that can reverse aging in lab animals. With human trials targeted within two years, the medical breakthrough is aimed to treat various age-related...
Related topics: Genetics, Genomics

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Advanced Algorithms Plus Exceptional X-ray Laser Reveal Structures Of Not-so-neat-and-tidy Materials

Francis Crick, who famously co-discovered the shape of DNA, once said: "If you want to understand function, study structure." Many decades later, this remains a tenet of biology, chemistry, and materials science.
Related topics: Algorithms, Laser, Scientific Discoveries, Genetics

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Research Team Identifies New Mechanism For Protecting Dna

Researchers from Case Western Reserve University have identified a new mechanism by which a protein known for repairing damaged DNA also protects the integrity of DNA by preserving its structural shape.
Related topics: Genetics, Proteins

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Grant Helps Uah's Baudry Lab Research Protein's Interactions In So-called Orphan Diseases

Research at the Baudry Lab at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) to model how the SETBP1 protein interacts with other DNA to regulate a cell has attracted one of 40 global $46,000 seed grants from the Million-Dollar Bike Ride program at...
Related topics: Medical Research, Proteins, Genetics

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The Secret To Dna Packing To One-millionth Its Size

A research team succeeds at observing high-resolution 3D structure of human chromosomes using the radiation accelerator.
Related topics: Genetics, Chromosomes

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Genetics Predicts Toxic Side Effects To Prostate Cancer Radiotherapy

Researchers led by a team from the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center used prostate cancer patients' DNA to create a model that appears to predict who will have side effects from radiation.
Related topics: Genetics, Prostate Cancer, Cancer, Oncology, Medical Research

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Fuzzy Molecular Threesome Is Basis Of Gene Expression

Specific nuclear proteins act as a glue to pack genetic material in an absurdly small space in the human body. Proteins "gluing" DNA are called linker histones, and hold their secret in their electric charge. They are strongly positively charged,...
Related topics: Genetics, Proteins

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Million-year-old Dna Yields Mammoth Surprises

A decades-old Siberian tooth sample has revealed a previously unknown mammoth lineage, along with a potential ancestor’s unexpected adaptations.
Related topics: Genetics

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Rwandan Genocide Chemically Modified The Dna Of Victims And Victims’ Offspring

Scientists with the USF Genomics program and Center for Global Health and Infectious Disease Research have taken a significant step in providing the people of Rwanda the scientific tools they need to help address mental health issues that stemmed...
Related topics: Genetics, Genomics, Medical Research, Rwanda

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Study Challenges Evolutionary Theory That Dna Mutations Are Random

Researchers have found that DNA mutations are not random. This changes our understanding of evolution and could one day help researchers breed better crops or even help humans fight cancer.
Related topics: Genetics

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Exogenous Artificial Dna Forms Chromatin Structure With Active Transcription In Yeast

Previously, researchers from Tianjin University designed and created a 254 kb digital data carrying artificial chromosome in yeast. This work "is a key proof-of-concept that demonstrated how artificial chromosomes can be used for data storage in a...
Related topics: Genetics, Chromosomes

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Will This New Superpower Molecule Revolutionize Science?

When scientists discovered DNA and learned how to control it, not only science but society was revolutionized.
Related topics: Scientific Discoveries, Genetics

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This Dog Dna Test And Training Bundle Is On Sale For 95% Off

TL;DR: The All-in-One DNA My Dog Breed Identification Test and Dog Training Bundle is on sale for £44.11, saving you 95% on list price.If you’ve recently adopted a new four-legged member of your family and you’re in over your head,...
Related topics: Genetics, DNA Test

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