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New Autism-Causing Genetic Variant Identified
Novel approach expected to be useful for other diseases too.
Blood Test Could Help Bowel Cancer Patients Avoid Drug Side-Effects
Manchester researchers have provided early evidence to suggest that a blood test could be used to identify bowel cancer patients that may benefit from more intensive chemotherapy.
Link Between Genetic Variation And Alcohol Dependence
The discovery could help scientists develop more effective drugs to combat alcoholism.
Comparing The Genomes Of The Leprosy Bacteria
EPFL scientists have compared for the first time the genomes of the two bacteria species that cause leprosy. The study shows how the two species evolved from a common ancestor 13.9 million years ago, and offers new insights into their biology that could lead to new treatments.
Bright New Hope for Beating Deadly Hereditary Stomach and Breast Cancers
Researchers use genomic screening to search for vulnerabilities in the cancer cells.
Los Alamos Creates Bioinformatics Tool for Metagenome Analysis
‘GOTTCHA’ tool could aid ID of co-infections in medical samples.
Genetics Help Predict Heart Disease Risk, Statin Benefits
Researchers found that a set of genetic variants could identify people at risk for coronary heart disease and who would benefit most from statin therapy.
New Gene Influences Apple or Pear Shape, Risk of Future Disease
Duke researchers have discovered that a gene called Plexin D1 controls both where fat is stored and how fat cells are shaped.
New Test To Revolutionise Disease Detection In People, Crops And Stock
A single-drop DNA test invented by UQ scientists could revolutionise the detection of diseases in humans, livestock and crops.
New Cyclotron Facility at UT Southwestern
Expands research opportunities and imaging capabilities for detecting, tracking cancer.
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A Search for a Biomarker for Monitoring and Predicting Diabetes
Salvatore Sechi, Director, Proteomic Program, NIDDK, NIH, speaking at the European Biomarker Summit, 2007
Date Posted: Tuesday, January 15, 2008
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