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Neurogenomics – News and Features

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Gene Interaction Raises Autism Risk in Blacks and Whites

The finding will be critical to developing treatments for both African Americans and Caucasians.
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Analysis Highlights Areas for Research into Genetic Causes of Alcoholism

Insight into the genetic differences in gene expression associated with different levels of drinking may lead to a better understanding of alcoholism.
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University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Partner with Evotec

The Computational Medicine Center has purchases Evotec Technologies’ ultra-High-Throughput Screening system including cellular imaging technologies.
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University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Partner with Evotec

The Computational Medicine Center (CMC), an Ohio Third Frontier-funded research collaboration between Cincinnati Children's and UC, has purchased Evotec Technologies' ultra-High-Throughput Screening (uHTS) system.
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Gene Influences Antidepressant Response

Researchers discover depressed patients will respond to an antidepressant depends on which version of a gene they inherit.
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City of Hope Becomes 5AM Solution's First Open Source Client

Microarray Enterprise Manager chosen to manage City of Hope’s Microarray Core Facility.
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Utah Researchers Confirm Chromosome may Harbor Autism Gene

Researchers have ruled out one gene that appeared to be a good candidate for being linked to autism.
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Nutra Pharma Reports Discovery of Gene Involved in Multiple Sclerosis

The research provides evidence that RPI-78M modulates the expression of this gene in laboratory assays.
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Researchers Demonstrate new way to Switch Therapeutic Genes 'On' and 'Off'

Researchers have created a genetic switch system that is turned on in the presence of the antibiotic tetracycline.
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UCLA Scientists Unveil Molecular Approach to Fight Schizophrenia

Scientists discover DNA sequence variations associated with increased risk for schizophrenia.
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