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Mouse ES Cells Reprogrammed to be Totipotent-like
Mouse ES Cells Reprogrammed to be Totipotent-like
News   Jan 17, 2017

Scientists from UC Berkeley have shown that miR-34a plays an important regulatory role in stem cell fate.

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Horizon Broadens Industry-leading Gene Editing Capabilities
Horizon Broadens Industry-leading Gene Editing Capabilities
News   Jan 17, 2017

£523,000 provided to Horizon through Innovate UK grant for the development of an automated gene-editing platform.

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Uncovering Wheat’s Hidden Treasures
Uncovering Wheat’s Hidden Treasures
News   Jan 16, 2017

New resource will greatly accelerate scientific discovery and the rate of wheat improvement.

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RNAi Spray a Game Changer for Crop Protection
RNAi Spray a Game Changer for Crop Protection
News   Jan 16, 2017

"BioClay" could provide an environmentally sustainable alternative to chemicals and pesticides.

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Testing Evolution with GM Animals
Testing Evolution with GM Animals
News   Jan 16, 2017

Researchers have created transgenic animals containing reconstructed ancient genes in order to test the evolutionary effects of genetic changes that happened deep in the past.

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Why Are Non-coding Regions Transcribed at all?
Why Are Non-coding Regions Transcribed at all?
News   Jan 16, 2017

Mysterious” non-protein-coding RNAs play important roles in gene expression.

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Viruses in Our Genome Impact Gene Expression
Viruses in Our Genome Impact Gene Expression
News   Jan 16, 2017

Retroviruses may have played a significant role in the development of the human brain and various neurological diseases.

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Reassessing the Link Between Incorrect Chromosome Number, Cancer
Reassessing the Link Between Incorrect Chromosome Number, Cancer
News   Jan 16, 2017

Relationship between incorrect chromosome number and cancer is reassessed after surprising experiments.

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Can We Produce a Better Wheat Crop to Feed the World?
Can We Produce a Better Wheat Crop to Feed the World?
News   Jan 16, 2017

The Earlham Institute aims to diversify one of the world’s most complex genomes to improve yield quality and increase wider production of this critical food crop.

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Genetic Health Information Useful, Not Alarming
Genetic Health Information Useful, Not Alarming
News   Jan 13, 2017

Less than 2 percent of direct to consumer genetic testing customers regret receiving their test information.

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