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Researchers from the US and Israel have identified the first-ever example of a creature capable of editing its own genetic makeup in order to blend into its surroundings – the squid.
Gene-based personalized medicine has many possibilities for diagnosis and targeted therapy, but one big bottleneck: the expensive and time-consuming DNA-sequencing process.
So-called silent DNA mutations earned their title because, according to the fundamental rules of biology, they should be inconsequential.
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An international team of scientists has made a major step forward in our understanding of how enzymes 'edit' genes, paving the way for correcting genetic diseases in patients.
DALLAS, May 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the new market research report "Isothermal Nucleic Acid Amplification Technology (INAAT) Market by Application (Infectious
Recent research has shown that tiny fragments of DNA circulating in a person's blood can allow scientists to monitor cancer growth and even get a sneak peek into a developing fetus' gene sequences.
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Some three billion base pairs make up the human genome—the floor plan of life.
Researchers have pinpointed a new mechanism of how natural variation in our DNA alters an individual's risk for developing heart disease by interfering with the ability of a developmental gene to interact with a specialized type of RNA.
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