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Earliest Modern Human Sequenced
Researchers discover fragments of Neandertal DNA in the genome of a 45,000-year-old modern human from Siberia.
Silencing the FOXP2 Speech Gene Causes Breast Cancer Cells to Metastasize
BIDMC investigators make the surprising discovery that a gene associated with speech and language is linked to advanced breast cancer.
Fast Modeling Of Cancer Mutations
New genome-editing technique enables rapid analysis of genes mutated in tumors.
TGAC Leads Research To Help Identify Animal-To-Human Transmitted Diseases
The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) will lead research into the development of bioinformatics to support the identification and characterisation of viruses through metagenomics.
Shaking Up Cell Biology
Researchers focus in on decades old mystery.
Researchers Describe New Method for Cell Line Authentication
SNP profiling, an effective method to detect misidentification, contamination, and chromosomal abnormalities in mouse cell lines.
New Lead for Potential Parkinson’s Treatment
Effects of high-risk Parkinson’s mutation are reversible.
New Test can Help Doctors Choose Best Treatment for Ovarian Cancer
ADNEX discriminate between benign and malignant tumours with a high level of accuracy.
Novel Mutations Discovered In Cats Provide Insight Into Human Eye Diseases
99 Lives Cat Genome Sequencing Initiative makes discoveries using Maverix analytic platform.
Study Finds Link Between Neural Stem Cell Overgrowth and Autism-like Behavior in Mice
UCLA researchers demonstrates how, in pregnant mice, inflammation can trigger an excessive division of neural stem cells.
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