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Cellmid Announces That British Journal of Pharmacology Features Midkine
BJP features midkine in a special edition with 16 new publications.
NIH Adds Substantial Set of Genetic, Health Information to Online Database
Researchers will now have access to genetic data linked to medical information on a diverse group of more than 78,000 people.
Novel Blood Screen Reveals Risk of Dying Among Healthy People
Researchers have identified four biomarkers that help to identify people at high risk of dying from any disease within the next five years.
Personalized Medicine a Cost-Effective Way to Tailor Drug Therapy After Stents
Computer simulation shows that knowing patients’ genetic profiles can save money, improve outcomes.
Helping Genes Get Out of the Starting Blocks Faster
Yeast can quickly adapt to changes in its environment with the help of molecules known as long non-coding RNAs, a Purdue study shows.
Genetic Chip Will Help Salmon Farmers Breed Better Fish
Atlantic salmon production could be boosted by a new technology that will help select the best fish for breeding.
A Digital Test for Toxic Genes
TAU researchers develop a computer algorithm that identifies genes whose activation is lethal to bacteria.
Genetic Mutation Causes Lupus in Mice
Discovery could open the way for development of therapies that target the mutation.
Defending Ourselves by Keeping ‘Junk DNA’ Quiet
By genome-wide mapping in two mutant cell lines, the Meehan lab shows that loss of DNA methylation is coincident with specific activation of the IAP endogenous retroposon and the appearance of virus like particles.
Testosterone-Regulated Genes May Affect Vaccine-Induced Immunity
NIH-funded study helps explain differences in male and female responses to vaccines.
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