Researchers Identify Two Genes Responsible for Brain’s Aging
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Researchers Identify Two Genes Responsible for Brain’s Aging

A twin of researchers during Columbia University has identified dual genes (TMEM106B and GRN) that severely impact normal mind aging, starting during around age 65. This sketch shows…

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Genetic Researchers Predict Children’s Reading Ability from DNA
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Genetic Researchers Predict Children’s Reading Ability from DNA

An general group of scientists from a United Kingdom, a United States, and Sweden has used a genetic scoring technique to envision reading opening via propagandize years from…

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Ancient DNA Reveals Genetic Continuity between Early Holocene, Modern Populations in Northwest North America
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Ancient DNA Reveals Genetic Continuity between Early Holocene, Modern Populations in Northwest North America

According to a new investigate of chief DNA from ancient individuals, many of today’s inland peoples vital in southern Alaska and coastal British Columbia are descendants of a…

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‘Sleep Gene’ Identified: FABP7
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‘Sleep Gene’ Identified: FABP7

An general group of scientists from a United States and Japan has seen how a sold gene, called a greasy poison contracting protein 7 (FABP7), is concerned in…

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Researchers Identify ‘Night Owl’ Gene Variant
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Researchers Identify ‘Night Owl’ Gene Variant

An general group of scientists led by a Rockefeller University has detected that a various of a tellurian gene CRY1 (cryptochrome circadian time 1) slows a inner biological…

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Scientists Use CRISPR-Cas9 to Create Red-Eyed Mutant Wasps
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Scientists Use CRISPR-Cas9 to Create Red-Eyed Mutant Wasps

Genetic scientists from a University of California, Riverside, and a W.M. Keck Science Department of Claremont McKenna, Pitzer and Scripps Colleges, have managed to emanate a aria of…

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Researchers Sequence Barley Genome
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Researchers Sequence Barley Genome

The International Barley Genome Sequencing Consortium, that is led by Dr. Nils Stein of a Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research, Germany, has mapped a…

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Denisovan and Neanderthal DNA Uncovered in Caves but Skeletal Remains
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Denisovan and Neanderthal DNA Uncovered in Caves but Skeletal Remains

New examine led by a Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (MPI-EVA) shows that Pleistocene cavern sediments paint a abounding source of ancient DNA that mostly includes traces…

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DNA Study Sheds Light on Evolution of Dog Breeds
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DNA Study Sheds Light on Evolution of Dog Breeds

Genetic element from 161 complicated breeds helped a organisation of researchers during a National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) of a National Institutes of Health arrange a many…

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Geneticists Identify New Extreme Longevity Variants
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Geneticists Identify New Extreme Longevity Variants

An general group of researchers from a United States and Italy has identified new genetic variants compared with impassioned presence and reduced risks for cardiovascular and Alzheimer’s diseases.…

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Tea Tree Genome Sequenced
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Tea Tree Genome Sequenced

A multi-institutional organisation of researchers from China and a United States has sequenced a genome of a cultivated tea tree (Camellia sinensis). A tea tree camp in Kerala,…

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Researchers Identify Liver Fibrosis-Causing Protein
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Researchers Identify Liver Fibrosis-Causing Protein

An general group of scientists has identified a long-sought protein that causes liver fibrosis (scarring), paving a approach for new treatments. The investigate was published in a biography…

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First Enterococci Appeared on Earth during Ordovician Period, Says Study
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First Enterococci Appeared on Earth during Ordovician Period, Says Study

According to a new investigate published currently in a biography Cell, a enterococci — gram-positive aerobic germ and a heading means of hospital-acquired infections — arose from an…

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Scientists Improve Evolutionary Tree of Life for Archaea
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Scientists Improve Evolutionary Tree of Life for Archaea

An general organisation of researchers from UK, France, Hungary and Sweden has supposing new insights into a origins of a Archaea, a organisation of elementary mobile organisms that…

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Spinach Genome Sequenced
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Spinach Genome Sequenced

An general group of researchers from Cornell University’s Boyce Thompson Institute and Shanghai Normal University has constructed a initial high-quality genomic method for spinach (Spinacia oleracea). Additionally, a…

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CRISPR-Cas9 Editing Can Cause Unexpected Mutations, Researchers Say
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CRISPR-Cas9 Editing Can Cause Unexpected Mutations, Researchers Say

As CRISPR-Cas9 gene modifying starts to pierce into clinical trials, a investigate group led by scientists during Columbia University Medical Center has found that this record can deliver…

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Researchers Sequence Genome of Mojave Desert Tortoise
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Researchers Sequence Genome of Mojave Desert Tortoise

An Arizona State University-led group of scientists has sequenced a genome of a Mojave dried tortoise (Gopherus agassizii), a permanent class local to a Mojave Desert. The formula…

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Scientists Discover First Genes for Insomnia
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Scientists Discover First Genes for Insomnia

Researchers from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and elsewhere have identified 7 risk genes for insomnia. Insomnia is one of a many common health problems. Image credit: Dan Fa. Insomnia…

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Ancient and Modern DNA Reveal How Cats Conquered World
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Ancient and Modern DNA Reveal How Cats Conquered World

According to a new research of complicated and ancient cat DNA, today’s domestic cat is a successor of both a Near Eastern and Egyptian populations of a wildcat…

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Researchers Find New Genetic Variants that Influence Human Adult Height
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Researchers Find New Genetic Variants that Influence Human Adult Height

Eighty-three height-associated genetic variants have been detected in a large-scale investigate led by researchers from Queen Mary University of London, Montreal Heart Institute, a Broad Institute and a…

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Researchers Sequence Genome of Arabica Coffee
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Researchers Sequence Genome of Arabica Coffee

An general group of researchers led by University of California, Davis, geneticists has publicly expelled a initial open genome method of Arabica coffee (Coffea arabica). Roasted beans of…

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Genome of Ash Tree Aids Fight opposite Ash Dieback Disease
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Genome of Ash Tree Aids Fight opposite Ash Dieback Disease

The charcoal tree (Fraxinus excelsior) is one of Europe’s largest local deciduous trees. Image credit: Matthieu Sontag / CC-BY-SA. Ash trees (genus Fraxinus) are widespread around a Northern…

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Gulf Pipefish Genome Sequenced
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Gulf Pipefish Genome Sequenced

A organisation of scientists from a University of Oregon and Texas AM University has sequenced and explored a genome of a cove pipefish (Syngnathus scovelli), a fish class…

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Researchers Sequence Genome of Dry Jujube
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Researchers Sequence Genome of Dry Jujube

The high peculiarity genome method of a dry jujube cultivar ‘Junzao,’ along with sequences from trees via a range, have bright a domestication story of this renouned Asian…

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Inuits Inherited Cold Adaptation Genes from Denisovan-Related Species
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Inuits Inherited Cold Adaptation Genes from Denisovan-Related Species

In a Arctic, a Inuits have blending to cold and a seafood diet. After a initial genomic research of Greenlandic Inuits, a segment in a genome containing dual…

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Researchers Sequence Genome of Iberian Lynx
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Researchers Sequence Genome of Iberian Lynx

A organisation of researchers in Spain has successfully sequenced and analyzed a genome of a Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus), a world’s many involved sly and a singular instance…

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New Genetic Research Rewrites Evolutionary History of Smallpox
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New Genetic Research Rewrites Evolutionary History of Smallpox

New investigate suggests that smallpox might not be an ancient illness though a many some-more complicated torpedo that went on to turn a initial tellurian illness eradicated by…

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New Biotechnology Increases Crop Yield by 20%
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New Biotechnology Increases Crop Yield by 20%

Scientists from a University of Illinois have increasing stand yields in a insubordinate procession that genetically enhances photosynthesis. The UN claims that in 2050, amiability will need to…

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Researchers Develop New Method for Silencing Specific Genes in Human T-Cells
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Researchers Develop New Method for Silencing Specific Genes in Human T-Cells

An ubiquitous group of researchers led by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, has grown a novel technique for gene silencing in tellurian T-lymphocytes (T-cells), a form of defence cells.…

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Ancient DNA Provides New Insights into Early Stages of Maize Domestication
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Ancient DNA Provides New Insights into Early Stages of Maize Domestication

According to an general group of scientists who have sequenced a genome of a 5,310-year-old maize cob from a Tehuacan Valley, a maize (Zea mays) grown in executive…

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Researchers Decode Genome of Ginkgo biloba
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Researchers Decode Genome of Ginkgo biloba

A organisation of scientists in China has sequenced a genome of Ginkgo biloba, a oldest vital tree species. Ginkgo biloba. Image credit: Darkone / CC BY-SA 2.0. Ginkgo…

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Higgs Bison: Mysterious Hybrid of Bison and Cattle Hidden in Ice Age Cave Art
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Higgs Bison: Mysterious Hybrid of Bison and Cattle Hidden in Ice Age Cave Art

A investigate led by University of Adelaide researcher Julien Soubrier has suggested that antiquated European cavern artists available a formerly opposite hybrid class of bison and cattle on…

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Research Sheds Light on Genetic Cause of Frustrating Syndrome
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Research Sheds Light on Genetic Cause of Frustrating Syndrome

The genetic means of a syndrome characterized by mixed frustrating and difficult-to-treat symptoms, including nausea and lightheadedness, skin flushing and itching, gastrointestinal complaints, ongoing pain, bone and corner…

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Ten New Genetic Regions Linked to Human Reproductive Behavior
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Ten New Genetic Regions Linked to Human Reproductive Behavior

A vast genome-wide organisation investigate of some-more than 560,000 people has identified 10 new genetic regions compared with a series of children we have during a march of…

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New Study Confirms Genetic Link between Autism Spectrum Disorder and mtDNA
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New Study Confirms Genetic Link between Autism Spectrum Disorder and mtDNA

A new investigate published in a biography PLoS Genetics has reliable a genetic couple between mitochondrial DNA, that is upheld on from a mother, and some forms of…

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Natural Selection Removed Many Neanderthal Genes from Human Genome, Scientists Say
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Natural Selection Removed Many Neanderthal Genes from Human Genome, Scientists Say

According to a group of researchers during a University of California, Davis, usually a really tiny commission of Neanderthal DNA is benefaction in a genomes of complicated humans…

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Amur Leopard Genome Sequence Completed
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Amur Leopard Genome Sequence Completed

An general group of researchers has sequenced a finish genome of a Amur leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis), one of a many critically concerned large cats in a world.…

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Study: Gene Implicated in Human Language Affects Vocal Communication in Mice
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Study: Gene Implicated in Human Language Affects Vocal Communication in Mice

According to a new investigate published in a biography Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, ultrasonic outspoken communication in adult mice is influenced by a same gene indispensable for debate…

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Scientists Demonstrate that Diets of Organisms Can Affect Their DNA
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Scientists Demonstrate that Diets of Organisms Can Affect Their DNA

In a investigate on eukaryotic and bacterial parasites, a twin of researchers during a University of Oxford has rescued differences in DNA sequences that could be attributed to…

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Biologists Find DNA of Black Widow Spider Toxin in Genome of Bacteriophage
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Biologists Find DNA of Black Widow Spider Toxin in Genome of Bacteriophage

Biologists during Vanderbilt University have detected DNA of a black widow spider venom in a genome of a pathogen that attacks Wolbachia, a form of symbiotic germ that…

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