DNA

In A Gene Tied To Growth, Scientists See Glimmers Of Human History

A new study delves into the evolution and function of the human growth hormone receptor gene, and asks what forces in humanity's past may have driven changes to this vital piece of DNA.
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The Origin And Legacy Of The Etruscans

Researchers present comprehensive ancient DNA data retrieved from peoples culturally affiliated with the iconic Etruscans, settling a long-lasting debate on the origins of this highly skilled and enigmatic culture.
Related topics: Genetics, Debate

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Ancient Dna Analysis Sheds Light On Dark Event In Medieval Spain

An international research team led by the University of Huddersfield's Archaeogenetics Research Group, including geneticists, archaeological scientists, and archaeologists, has published the genome sequence of a unique individual from Islamic...
Related topics: Genetics, Archaeology

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Insights From Our Genome And Epigenome Will Help Prevent, Diagnose And Treat Cancer

In 2020, an estimated 10 million people lost their lives to cancer. This devastating disease is underpinned by changes to our DNA – the instruction manual for all our cells.
Related topics: Genetics, Cancer, Oncology

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Aging The Unageable: New Way To Age Lobsters

Researchers have developed a new way of determining the age of a lobster based on its DNA. Lobsters are notoriously difficult to age. Nobody knows exactly how old they can get, and some experts have estimated they could live on the ocean floor for...
Related topics: Medical Research, Genetics

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Dual Action: Rna Binding Protein Also Binds Dna And Acts As A Damage Sensor Across The Genome

Cancer is a devastating disease and is the second leading cause of death in the U.S. One of the hallmarks of cancer is genomic instability, or the tendency to accumulate mutations and damage to the DNA that leads to genome alterations during cell...
Related topics: Genetics, Proteins, Genomics

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Chorus Throws The Laws Of Physics Out The Window — And That’s A Good Thing

Chorus is packed with exciting space combat and has plenty of shared DNA with Control to boot.
Related topics: Physics, Genetics

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Ancient Dna Analysis Sheds Light On Dark Event In Medieval Spain

Researchers used ancient DNA analysis to identify a member of a population expelled from medieval Spain known as the 'Segorbe Giant'. The results have shed light on the brutal political decision that led to a dramatic change in population following...
Related topics: Genetics

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Breast Cancers: Ruptures In Cell Nuclei Promotes Tumor Invasion

When cells multiply and migrate, they can be compressed and their nucleus may break open. This phenomenon causes DNA damage. Scientists have now shown that this facilitates the spread of cancer cells in breast tumors.
Related topics: Breast Cancer, Cancer, Oncology, Genetics

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Omega Bio-tek's New Automation-ready, Prefilled 96-well Plates Kit Aims To Increase Convenience Of...

Omega Bio-tek, a leading nucleic acid purification kit manufacturer, releases an automation-ready, prefilled DNA extraction kit for magnetic processors to purify DNA faster and easier than before. The convenient Mag-Bind(r) Blood & Tissue DNA HDQ...
Related topics: Genetics

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Microneedle Patch Delivers Covid-19 Dna Vaccine, Doesn't Require Cold Storage

More than 2 billion people worldwide are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. However, many who live in resource-limited countries haven't been able to get vaccines, partly because these areas lack temperature-controlled shipping and storage...
Related topics: Genetics, Vaccines

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Regulator Proteins Or Symphonies Of Genes: Statistical Modeling Points Way Toward Unified Theory...

Researchers seek to point a way toward a unified theory for how DNA changes shape when expressing genes. The scientists use an approach called statistical mechanics to explore the phenomenon of so-called expression waves of gene regulation. The...
Related topics: Proteins, Genetics

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Regulator Proteins Or Symphonies Of Genes: Statistical Modeling Points Way Toward Unified Theory...

Researchers seek to point a way toward a unified theory for how DNA changes shape when expressing genes. Presenting their work in Biophysics Reviews, the scientists use an approach called statistical mechanics to explore the phenomenon of so-called...
Related topics: Proteins, Genetics

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Discovery Of A Universal System For Transporting Nucleic Acids Into Cells

Researchers from IOCB Prague have discovered a new type of substances capable of safely transporting various types of nucleic acids used for therapeutic purposes into cells, from basic building blocks to long chains of RNA or DNA. The universal...
Related topics: Scientific Discoveries, Genetics

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Oracle (orcl) Partners With Oxford Nanopore To Boost Research

Oracle ORCL is working with Oxford Nanopore Technologies to advance the reach of DNA/RNA sequencing technology to boost the identification and treatment of new and existing diseases. Subject to regulatory and customary conditions, the company will...
Related topics: Genetics

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Hi, Pet Parents: Embark Dog Dna Kits Are On Sale At Amazon

SAVE $30: Learn more about your pooch with an Embark dog DNA test. As of Sept. 20, you can grab one on sale for $99 at Amazon — a savings of 23%.We've said it before and we'll say it again: Plants are the new pets and pets are the new kids. If...
Related topics: Genetics, DNA Test, Amazon

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Ancient Dna Rewrites Early Japanese History -- Modern Day Populations Have Tripartite Genetic Origin

Researchers have extracted Ancient DNA from human bones to re-write early Japanese history by underlining that modern day populations in Japan have a tripartite genetic origin -- a finding that refines previously accepted views of a dual genomic...
Related topics: Genetics, Genomics

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Here’s How Your Hair’s Dna Affects Your Strands As You Age And How To Slow Down The...

As we get older, the signs of aging start to pop up in a variety of ways. We start to ache in random places when we wake up in the morning. We don’t recover from that night out as easily as we used to. Maybe a new wrinkle emerges, or you...
Related topics: Genetics

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These Scientists Want To Bring Back The Woolly Mammoth. Ethicists Aren’t So Sure.

Colossal, which has received at least $15 million from investors, has set out to edit the Asian elephant’s DNA, inserting traits from the woolly mammoth.
Related topics: Genetics

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Dna Researchers Develop Critical Shortcut To Detect And Identify Known And Emerging Pathogens

Researchers have developed a sophisticated new tool that could help provide early warning of rare and unknown viruses in the environment and identify potentially deadly bacterial pathogens which cause sepsis, among other uses.
Related topics: Genetics, Medical Research, Virus, Virology, Bacteria, Sepsis

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