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U.S. patent agency to weigh rival claims on gene-editing technology
REUTERS (Reuters) - The U.S. patent agency on Tuesday will hear arguments in a heated dispute over... 3 hours
Brains of people with autism share similar pattern of abnormal gene activity, UCLA study shows
NEWS MEDICAL Autism spectrum disorder is caused by a variety of factors, both genetic and environmental. 5 hours
Scientists Battle In Court Over Lucrative Patents For Gene-Editing Tool
NPR A gene-editing technology called CRISPR-cas9 could be a goldmine for its inventors. But it's not clear who owns the idea. U.S. patent judges will soon hear oral arguments... 9 hours
Genetic factors control regenerative properties of blood-forming stem cells
SCIENCE DAILY Two studies define how key genetic factors affect blood-forming stem cells by either accelerating or hindering the cells’ regenerative properties. The findings could one day lead to improved treatments for... 9 hours
Uncovering a 'smoking gun' in age-related disease
SCIENCE DAILY Aging is a key risk factor for a variety of devastating, chronic diseases, yet the biological factors that influence when and how rapidly cells deteriorate over time remain largely unknown. Now, for the first... 9 hours
Re-emergence of syphilis traced to pandemic strain cluster
SCIENCE DAILY Over the last few decades, an age-old infectious disease has been re-emerging globally: syphilis. Using techniques to analyze low levels of DNA, an international research team has now shown that all syphilis... 10 hours
Efficiency of insect biodiversity monitoring via Malaise trap samples and DNA barcoding
PHYS.ORG The massive decline of over 75% insect biomass reported from Germany between 1989 and 2013 by expert citizen scientists proves the urgent need for... 11 hours
New study of water-saving plants advances efforts to develop drought-resistant crops
PHYS.ORG As part of an effort to develop drought-resistant food and bioenergy crops, scientists at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory have uncovered the genetic... 12 hours
Researchers uncover possible source of genetic error causing multiple diseases
PHYS.ORG Tufts University researchers have discovered a possible explanation for the occurrence of a genetic error that causes over a dozen neuromuscular and neurodegenerative disorders, including Huntington's disease, myotonic... 13 hours
Gene editing yields tomatoes that flower and ripen weeks earlier
PHYS.ORG Using a simple and powerful genetic method to tweak genes native to two popular varieties of tomato plants, a team at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) has devised... 13 hours
Role of molecular modification in determining physical activity levels revealed
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers show modification of a gene product results in greater physical activity and reduced body weight in mice, thus boosting understanding of how physical activity is regulated at... 15 hours
Highly efficient genome engineering in flowering plants
SCIENCE DAILY Plant biologists have developed a genome editing method to knockout target genes in a model plant with high efficiency. The team reports a new CRISPR/Cas9 vector for the model plant that can strongly induce... 15 hours
Milk from genetically-altered goats may trigger less severe allergic reactions, study finds
NEWS MEDICAL The presence of the allergen β-Lactoglobulin (BLG) in the milk of goats and other ungulates restricts the consumption of goat's milk by humans. 16 hours
Role of molecular modification in determining physical activity levels revealed
PHYS.ORG Researchers show modification of a gene product results in greater physical activity and reduced body weight in mice, thus boosting understanding of how physical activity is regulated at... 16 hours
Diabetes missing link discovered
PHYS.ORG New Zealand researchers have uncovered a new mechanism that controls the release of the hormone insulin in the body, providing hope for those with a genetic susceptibility to type 2 diabetes. 16 hours
Development of a rapid method to knockout genes in Arabidopsis thaliana
PHYS.ORG Plant biologists at ITbM, Nagoya University have developed a genome editing method to knockout target genes in a model plant with high efficiency. The team reports... 16 hours
InsideDNA looks deep into your DNA to determine the best drugs to cure what ails you
TechCrunch  Using a computational platform... 16 hours
Researcher charts advances in marine mammal genetic sequencing
PHYS.ORG Answers to evolutionary and ecological mysteries about marine mammal species may be closer at hand, thanks to advances in genetic sequencing techniques for so-called nonmodel organisms. 17 hours
Vine pest in Austria is genetically variable
PHYS.ORG Exactly 14 different variants of a very specific bacterium that damages grapevines can be found in Austria. This is one of the key results of a project supported by the Austrian Science Fund FWF,... 17 hours
Novel genetic tools for bioassessment of European aquatic ecosystems, COST grant proposal
PHYS.ORG Often referred to as "the blue planet", the majority of the Earth consists of aquatic ecosystems. Human land-use change, over-exploitation and pollution have severely... 20 hours
New drug treatment can override genetic fault that causes choroideremia
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers with funding from Fight for Sight have demonstrated that a new drug treatment for cystic fibrosis and Duchenne muscular dystrophy can override a genetic fault that causes... 21 hours
Clonal hematopoiesis may help predict cancer patients at risk for fatal form of leukemia
NEWS MEDICAL Patients successfully treated for breast, colon and other cancers can go on to develop an often-fatal form of leukemia, sometimes years after... 1 day
Hemophilia B patients produce near-normal levels of clotting factor IX after gene therapy, study shows
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers are reporting the highest and most sustained levels to date of the essential blood-clotting factor IX in... 1 day
explosive advances in dna testing raise hope ethical questions Explosive advances in DNA testing raise hope, ethical questions
CBC VIDEO A Calgary author and university professor says advances in DNA testing available to the average person are taking... 1 day
are these genetically engineered cows the future of medicine Are these genetically engineered cows the future of medicine?
THE VERGE They look like normal black-and-white Holstein cows, a common sight in Western Iowa. But these cows are special:... 3 days
Genetic differences between brain cancer cells and normal tissues could offer clues to tumor behavior
NEWS MEDICAL Two recently discovered genetic differences between brain cancer cells and normal tissue cells -- an altered gene and... 3 days
Combination of demineralized bone and gene therapy shows promise for treating pseudarthrosis
NEWS MEDICAL A team headed by Professor Albert Rizvanov, director of the Gene and Cell Technologies Open Lab, created a gene therapy drug that encodes growth... 3 days
Researchers use genes as early warning system for harmful algae blooms
PHYS.ORG In one of the most comprehensive studies to date, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill researchers have sequenced the genes of a harmful algae bloom,... 4 days
Biologists unlock 51.7-million-year-old genetic secret to landmark Darwin theory
PHYS.ORG Scientists have identified the cluster of genes responsible for reproductive traits in the Primula flower, first noted as important by Charles Darwin more than 150 years ago. 4 days
Flower forms in the primrose: Biologists unlock 51.7-million-year-old genetic secret to landmark Darwin theory
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have identified the cluster of genes responsible for reproductive traits in the common primrose flower (Primula vulgaris), first noted... 4 days
Mice can smell oxygen
PHYS.ORG The genome of mice harbours more than 1000 odorant receptor genes, which enable them to smell myriad odours in their surroundings. Researchers at the Max Planck Research Unit for Neurogenetics in Frankfurt, the University of Saarland in Homburg, the University... 4 days
Scientists discover molecular link between rare childhood genetic disease and major cancer gene
NEWS MEDICAL A team of researchers led by a University of Rhode Island scientist has discovered an important molecular link between a rare childhood... 4 days
New study finds genetic link between Parkinson's disease and cognitive decline
NEWS MEDICAL Although the hallmark symptoms of Parkinson's disease (PD) - such as involuntary shaking, slowness of movement and muscle rigidity - are related to movement, recent evidence... 4 days
Protective barrier inside chromosomes helps prevent errors during cell division, study finds
NEWS MEDICAL Fresh insights into the structures that contain our genetic material could explain how the body's cells stay healthy. 4 days
Autism spectrum disorders: New genetic cause of identified
SCIENCE DAILY Autism spectrum disorders affect around one percent of the world's population and are characterized by a range of difficulties in social interaction and communication. In a new study, a research team has... 4 days
First structural map of cystic fibrosis protein sheds light on how mutations cause disease
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have created the first three-dimensional map of the protein responsible for cystic fibrosis, an inherited disease for which there... 4 days
[Insect Genomics] Acquiring the genes to digest wood
AAAS The larvae of the invasive Asian longhorned beetle burrow into and kill trees. On sequencing the genome, McKenna et al. found that gene transfers from fungi and bacteria, followed – [Read More] 4 days
[RNA Splicing] Tie me up, cut me down
AAAS Group II in trons are mobile genetic elements found in all domains of life. They are large ribozymes that can excise themselves from host RNA. Costa et al. determined the structure –... 4 days
[Epidemiology] How bats spread viruses
AAAS Bats carry numerous viruses, such as rabies and Ebola, which they can transmit to humans. In a Perspective, Hayman highlights recent genetic studies showing that male vampire bats are – [Read More] 4 days
Multi-institutional collaboration uncovers how molecular machines assemble
SCIENCE DAILY Ribosomes -- macromolecular machines consisting of RNA and proteins that twist, fold and turn -- are responsible for making all of the protein within a cell and could hold the key to deciphering a... 4 days
Protective barrier inside chromosomes helps to keep cells healthy
SCIENCE DAILY Fresh insights into the structures that contain our genetic material could explain how the body's cells stay healthy. A protective barrier formed inside each of our chromosomes helps to prevent... 4 days
Collaboration uncovers how molecular machines assemble
PHYS.ORG Ribosomes—macromolecular machines consisting of RNA and proteins that twist, fold and turn—are responsible for making all of the protein within a cell and could hold the key to deciphering a range of diseases. Despite the intricacies... 4 days
Gut microbes promote motor deficits in a mouse model of Parkinson's disease
SCIENCE DAILY Gut microbes may play a critical role in the development of Parkinson's-like movement disorders in genetically predisposed mice, researchers report. Antibiotic treatment reduced motor... 4 days
New form of autism found: New genetic cause of ASD
SCIENCE DAILY Autism spectrum disorders affect around one percent of the world's population and are characterized by a range of difficulties in social interaction and communication. In a new study,... 4 days
Neural stem cells serve as RNA highways too
PHYS.ORG Duke University scientists have caught the first glimpse of molecules shuttling along a sort of highway running the length of neural stem cells, which are crucial to the development of new neurons. 5 days
New American Divide: Organic Food and GMOs Spur Disagreement
LIVE SCIENCE Should you buy organic? Or avoid foods made with genetically modified ingredients? Americans are divided in their thinking on whether such choices are beneficial for their health, a new survey... 5 days
Protective barrier inside chromosomes helps to keep cells healthy
PHYS.ORG Fresh insights into the structures that contain our genetic material could explain how the body's cells stay healthy. 5 days
CRISPR editing in pancreatic cells reduced cell death and increased insulin secretion
PHYS.ORG With the help of the CRISPR/Cas9 gene scissors, researchers at Lund University Diabetes Centre in Sweden have managed to "turn off" an enzyme that... 5 days
Researchers detail what makes costly ruminant bacteria so infectious
PHYS.ORG An Iowa State University research team has identified the specific mutations that have led to the virulence of a major bacterial threat to ruminant animals such as cattle and sheep. 5 days
Genetic studies toward plants that resist parasitic weeds
PHYS.ORG Sneaky parasitic weeds may steal genes from the plants they are attacking and use those genes against the host plant, according to a team of scientists. 5 days
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