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This mutt has a complex doggy DNA that stumped everyone
-Mashable - Tue Dec 12 07:35:43 EST 2017
On What's Your Mutt?, we test the doggy DNA of one pooch to reveal its exact breed mix and genetic makeup, once and for all! Don't miss the shocking results of our “pawternity” tes...
DNA Has Gone Digital – What Could Possibly Go Wrong? - Scientific American
-Scientific American - Mon Dec 11 04:05:05 EST 2017
The following essay is reprinted with permission from The Conversation, an online publication covering the latest research. Biology is becoming increasingly digitized. Researc...
DNA as a supramolecular building block
-Phys.org - Mon Dec 11 04:05:25 EST 2017
PhD student Willem Noteborn has investigated supramolecular structures. These can be useful for the loading of medicines and signalling molecules regarding, for example, cellular d...
Supercoiling pushes molecular handcuffs along chromatin fibres
-Phys.org - Thu Dec 14 04:59:13 EST 2017
Figure 1. Quick-lacing system illustrating the mechanism of chromatin loop extrusion. Left: the cohesin complex (black buckle) tightly embracing the chromatin fibres, thereby trapp...
The best DNA ancestry test
-Engadget - Sun Dec 10 07:35:53 EST 2017
Submitting your DNA sample requires either swabbing the inside of your cheeks or, even less elegantly, spitting into a tube, depending on the company you're testing with. Photo: Ca...
DNA sequencing identifies alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency
-Medical Xpress - Tue Dec 12 13:07:27 EST 2017
(HealthDay)—SERPINA1 DNA sequencing can identify alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency (AATD), according to research published online Nov. 28 in the Annals of the American Thoracic Societ...
A CRISPR system that lacks scissors to cut DNA strands can change the gene's behavior without making direct modifications on the DNA. How does this modified gene editing tool work?...
BELLINGHAM, Wash. - Authorities have arrested a man in connection with the rape and murder of a teenager near Bellingham nearly 30 years ago. Whatcom County Sheriff Bill Elfo said ...
DNA origami surpasses important thresholds
-Phys.org - Thu Dec 07 01:26:50 EST 2017
In a first step scientists at the Technical University of Munich form V-shaped building blocks using DNA-origami techniques. Determined by the opening angle a defined number of bui...
The top of this diagram shows a 30-base-pair region of a single genetic locus (HLA-A) that is involved in the immune response and could potentially be targeted with gene editing. T...
FILE - In this Jan. 17, 2012 file photo, Harold Richardson, left, Vincent Thames, second from left, Terrill Swift, and Michael Saunders, right, pose for a photo after a hearing in ...
DNA tests can reveal paternity surprises
-CNBC - Sun Dec 10 07:00:14 EST 2017
Until recently, Andrea Ramirez, 43, thought she was part Mexican. But the results from an at-home genetic test from 23andMe revealed that she is a mix of Northern European, North A...
Team identifies DNA element that may cause rare movement disorder
-Medical Xpress - Mon Dec 11 10:05:44 EST 2017
A depiction of the double helical structure of DNA. Its four coding units (A, T, C, G) are color-coded in pink, orange, purple and yellow. Credit: NHGRI A team of Massachusetts Gen...
Steroid study sheds light on long term side effects of medicines
-Medical Xpress - Wed Dec 13 07:40:43 EST 2017
Fresh insights into key hormones found in commonly prescribed medicines have been discovered, providing further understanding of the medicines' side effects. The study in immune ce...
Changing someone's genetic programming is easier than you might think. While techniques for altering DNA at the molecular level are becoming more widely used, it's also possible to...
The relatives carried photographs, identification cards, anything that might help find the missing. Inside a red-brick church in the nation’s capital, in a small room near a sparkl...
  ANTIOCH (KRON) — An arrest has been made in the 1980 cold-case murder of 14-year-old Antioch girl Suzanne Bombardier. Antioch police made the announcement at 8 p.m. They say...
CHICAGO (Reuters) - In a major step toward creating artificial life, U.S. researchers have developed a living organism that incorporates both natural and artificial DNA and is capa...
CHICAGO (Reuters) - In a major step toward creating artificial life, U.S. researchers have developed a living organism that incorporates both natural and artificial DNA and is capa...
Researchers working with ancient amber thought to be nearly 100 million years old have discovered something that sounds like the beginning of a new chapter in the Jurassic Park fra...
Researchers develop powerful new method for microbiome analysis
-Phys.org - Mon Dec 11 07:04:35 EST 2017
Scientists from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Sema4, and collaborating institutions New York University and the University of Florida today published a report detail...
Eva Longoria keeps it cool and casual while posing for a photograph at the 2017 Art Masion Party held during Art Basel at Casa de Sueños private estate of JR & LOREN RIDINGER o...
ANTIOCH, Calif. -- A notorious 37-year-old cold case has finally been closed in northern California, CBS San Francisco reports.  Police arrested 63-year-old Mitchell Bacom Mon...
Plants spread their seeds across the landscape to colonize new areas, but it's difficult and expensive for biologists to trace their movements. Now, researchers at Portland State U...
Heidi Klum believes her new collection with Lidl showcases her ''DNA''. The 44-year-old supermodel teamed up with the label earlier this year to launch her clothing line Esmara. Th...
Scientists use CRISPR to turn genes on without editing their DNA - LA Times
-Los Angeles Times - Wed Dec 13 10:00:58 EST 2017
The revolutionary gene editing tool CRISPR-Cas9 is best known for helping scientists edit a strand of DNA more precisely and efficiently than ever before. Now, researchers have dem...
ATLANTA - Although people with multiple myeloma usually respond well to treatment, the blood cancer generally keeps coming back. Following genetic changes in how the disease evolve...
Tracking how multiple myeloma evolves by sequencing DNA in the blood
-Medical Xpress - Sun Dec 10 04:04:04 EST 2017
Although people with multiple myeloma usually respond well to treatment, the blood cancer generally keeps coming back. Following genetic changes in how the disease evolves over tim...
Authorities said Shaunna Kraft, 34, of Lakefield, was trying to pass another vehicle on a bridge on Highway 71 when she collided head-on with a minivan driven by Teresa Linde, 41, ...
Researchers report findings about the control of cell division
-Phys.org - Wed Dec 13 01:27:56 EST 2017
Experts from the University of Seville and the Andalusian Centre for Molecular Biology and Regenerative Medicine (Cabimer) have published a new study on the mechanisms that regulat...
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