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More efficient method to sequence the human genome

More efficient method to sequence the human genome

Genetic science gaining momentum by silencing genes

Genetic science gaining momentum by silencing genes

Discovery of naturally occurring RNA "switches" that manage the amino acid glycine

Discovery of naturally occurring RNA "switches" that manage the amino acid glycine

Combination of computer science and biology could aid cancer research

Combination of computer science and biology could aid cancer research

Study sheds light on events orchestrating the changes when mammalian eggs are fertilized and become embryos

Study sheds light on events orchestrating the changes when mammalian eggs are fertilized and become embryos

Researchers have found a starting point to establishing the genetic basis for sinus disease

Researchers have found a starting point to establishing the genetic basis for sinus disease

Understanding how microbes in the gut interact with the body could lead to new a understanding and novel treatments for diseases

Understanding how microbes in the gut interact with the body could lead to new a understanding and novel treatments for diseases

Powerful new processor helps unlock the secrets of an iron-eating bacteria known as Desulfovibrio vulgaris

Powerful new processor helps unlock the secrets of an iron-eating bacteria known as Desulfovibrio vulgaris

Australian researchers hunt for eczema genes

Australian researchers hunt for eczema genes

Richard Axel has won the 2004 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine

Richard Axel has won the 2004 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine

Researchers pinpoint genetic cause of Timothy syndrome

Researchers pinpoint genetic cause of Timothy syndrome

New national resource for medical researchers to be known as the Center on Proteolytic Pathways

New national resource for medical researchers to be known as the Center on Proteolytic Pathways

One in five people in the developed world will die of the diseases we call cancer

One in five people in the developed world will die of the diseases we call cancer

IBM and Cleveland Clinic to develop a translational medicine platform to support genetic research

IBM and Cleveland Clinic to develop a translational medicine platform to support genetic research

Researchers have decoded the genome of Legionella pneumophila, the bacteria responsible for Legionnaires' disease

Researchers have decoded the genome of Legionella pneumophila, the bacteria responsible for Legionnaires' disease

Ireland to invest €5m for autism research

Ireland to invest €5m for autism research

Replication timing assays may allow much earlier cancer detection

Replication timing assays may allow much earlier cancer detection

Allow genomic information to be freely available on the internet

Allow genomic information to be freely available on the internet

Research may lead to alternatives to antibiotic drugs for treating bacterial diseases

Research may lead to alternatives to antibiotic drugs for treating bacterial diseases

Potential new way to control drug-resistant bacteria

Potential new way to control drug-resistant bacteria

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