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Unstable Chromosomes Increase Risk of Cancer Returning
Unstable Chromosomes Increase Risk of Cancer Returning
News   Apr 28, 2017

TRACERx is the first study to look at the evolution of cancer in real time and immense detail.

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8 New Biomarkers Discovered to Aid Earlier Cancer Diagnosis
8 New Biomarkers Discovered to Aid Earlier Cancer Diagnosis
News   Apr 28, 2017

A highly sensitive method that can detect even the earlier stages of colorectal cancer has been developed by researchers in Japan.

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SYGNIS, TANON Extend Collaboration
SYGNIS, TANON Extend Collaboration
News   Apr 25, 2017

The current OEM agreement is expanded to cover two additional product lines, with an expected annual revenue contribution now more than EUR 1M.

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A Promising Model for a Devastating Genetic Deficiency
A Promising Model for a Devastating Genetic Deficiency
News   Apr 24, 2017

Study describes how a complete knockout of the Ngly1 gene in mice leads to death just before birth, which can be partially rescued by the second knockout of another gene called Engase.

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Gut Bacteria Offers Protection from Type 2 Diabetes
Gut Bacteria Offers Protection from Type 2 Diabetes
News   Apr 23, 2017

According to researchers, the results of their study illustrate the importance of intestinal bacteria's contribution to the operation of diet, metabolism and health interface.

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Microbial Markers Could Help Diagnose Colorectal Cancer
Microbial Markers Could Help Diagnose Colorectal Cancer
News   Apr 21, 2017

Researchers have identified specific microbial markers associated with colorectal cancer, which could be used to develop a non-invasive diagnostic test.

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How Cancer Evades the Immune System
How Cancer Evades the Immune System
News   Apr 21, 2017

A team of scientists from Singapore has discovered new ways in which cancers can escape the body’s immune system.

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Extending the Power of cryo-EM
Extending the Power of cryo-EM
News   Apr 18, 2017

Berkeley Lab researchers develop first 3-D atomic-scale model of P22 virus that identifies the protein interactions crucial for its stability.

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Building Tools to Support TB Research
Building Tools to Support TB Research
News   Apr 18, 2017

Notre Dame researchers develop combined genetic and analytical method to study TB.

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Dieting May Reduce Age Related Changes to the Epigenome
Dieting May Reduce Age Related Changes to the Epigenome
News   Apr 13, 2017

In mice, dietary restrictions can lead to changes in lipid metabolism, thus increasing the animals' lifespans.

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