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Naked Mole-Rats’ Anti-Cancer Gene
Thursday, May 07, 2015
Researchers have found that the gene which gives naked mole-rats’ their natural resistance to cancer is unique among mammals.

The Agrigenomics Market
Thursday, May 07, 2015
Exponential population growth and changing climate patterns are creating unique challenges for the agriculture industry. To continue to address global food needs, many researchers, breeders, and farms are turning to genomics, or DNA science, to optimize production.

Arabidopsis TOE Proteins Involved in the Regulation of Flowering Time
Wednesday, May 06, 2015
This study found that TOE proteins serve as major integrator of developmental and environmental signaling pathways, especially the photoperiod flowering pathway, triggering flowering at an appropriate age and time.

Aflatoxin Biosynthesis - a Novel Source of Reactive Oxygen Species
Wednesday, May 06, 2015
Researchers at the Michigan State University found that the aflatoxin biosynthetic pathway in A. Parasiticus directly or indirectly generates ROS in aflatoxisomes/endosomes and that Superoxide represents a significant fraction of the aflatoxin biosynthesis-derived ROS pool.

SSR Markers and Genetic Diversity in White Birch
Wednesday, May 06, 2015
The results of this study indicate that the white birch trees sampled from six geographical locations had low to moderate similarity (0.025–0.610) and suggested that the SSR primers used in this study can effectively distinguish white birch germplasm.

The Genetics Behind Abdominal Pigmentation in Drosophila melanogaster
Wednesday, May 06, 2015
This study by researchers at the North Carolina State University provides evidence that genetic variation at a number of steps in regulatory, developmental, and transport pathways may contribute to natural variation in abdominal pigmentation.

New Big Data Era Pushes Training Need For Bioinformatics In Life Sciences
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
The GOBLET international consortium aims to share bioinformatics training expertise, experience, and resources.

Sweet Potato Is 'Genetically Modified' By Nature
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Researchers from Ghent University and the International Potato Institute have discovered that sweet potatoes naturally contain genes from a bacterium. Because of the presence of this 'foreign' DNA, sweet potato can be seen as a 'natural gmo'.

Genetic Code Of Upland Cotton Cracked
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Scientists decode the genetic makeup of upland cotton.

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