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Scientists uncover details of antibody response to Ebola virus vaccine

Scientists uncover details of antibody response to Ebola virus vaccine

Study reveals new form of 'genome immunity' in koalas with retroviral infection

Study reveals new form of 'genome immunity' in koalas with retroviral infection

Metabolite may predict cancer versus autism risk in PTEN patients

Metabolite may predict cancer versus autism risk in PTEN patients

NIH grants totaling $2.8 million focus on pinpointing male fertility genes

NIH grants totaling $2.8 million focus on pinpointing male fertility genes

Study uncovers new factor in the development of childhood lymphoma

Study uncovers new factor in the development of childhood lymphoma

Genetic testing may help patients with metastatic breast cancer

Genetic testing may help patients with metastatic breast cancer

Lung-MAP study: Majority of cancer patients don't understand genomic test results

Lung-MAP study: Majority of cancer patients don't understand genomic test results

Small-cell clones in epithelial tissues organize differently than their normal-sized counterparts

Small-cell clones in epithelial tissues organize differently than their normal-sized counterparts

A new perspective on evolution provided by fly testes

A new perspective on evolution provided by fly testes

Advanced method to accurately detect low-level somatic mutation in intractable epilepsy

Advanced method to accurately detect low-level somatic mutation in intractable epilepsy

Study reveals Lassa virus' soft spot

Study reveals Lassa virus' soft spot

Ancient epigenetic change deactivates some genes linked to cancer

Ancient epigenetic change deactivates some genes linked to cancer

New telementoring program seeks to improve quality of care for breast cancer patients

New telementoring program seeks to improve quality of care for breast cancer patients

Identifying colorectal cancer subtypes in patients could help provide better care

Identifying colorectal cancer subtypes in patients could help provide better care

Russian researcher announces plans to create more CRISPR-edited babies

Russian researcher announces plans to create more CRISPR-edited babies

Identifying subtype of colorectal cancer may help oncologists determine most effective treatment

Identifying subtype of colorectal cancer may help oncologists determine most effective treatment

Learned avoidance behavior can be inherited for multiple generations, say Princeton researchers

Learned avoidance behavior can be inherited for multiple generations, say Princeton researchers

Men who delay fatherhood put health of partners, unborn children at risk

Men who delay fatherhood put health of partners, unborn children at risk

Will gene-editing of human embryos ever be justifiable?

Will gene-editing of human embryos ever be justifiable?

New computer program developed by TGen lights up cancer-causing genetic mutations

New computer program developed by TGen lights up cancer-causing genetic mutations