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Flies can turn off their immune response

Flies can turn off their immune response

Cranberries, chemo and ovarian cancer

Cranberries, chemo and ovarian cancer

Neuregulin 1 gene linked to schizophrenia

Neuregulin 1 gene linked to schizophrenia

Gene regulation drives evolution

Gene regulation drives evolution

New target for muscular dystrophy drug therapy

New target for muscular dystrophy drug therapy

Gene therapy offers promising approach to tackle pancreatic cancer

Gene therapy offers promising approach to tackle pancreatic cancer

Engineered blood vessels work like native tissue

Engineered blood vessels work like native tissue

True nature of heterochromatin revealed

True nature of heterochromatin revealed

Gamma-secretase acts as a tumor suppressor

Gamma-secretase acts as a tumor suppressor

Diet influenced by genetics

Diet influenced by genetics

Gene therapy delivery of nerve growth factors reverses erectile dysfunction in mice

Gene therapy delivery of nerve growth factors reverses erectile dysfunction in mice

MicroRNAs may increase cancer susceptibility

MicroRNAs may increase cancer susceptibility

Gene therapy used to reverse heart failure in animals

Gene therapy used to reverse heart failure in animals

Promoter hypermethylation is common in breast cancer

Promoter hypermethylation is common in breast cancer

Specific genes identified that are most likely to become cancer promoters when exposed to DNA promoter hypermethylation

Specific genes identified that are most likely to become cancer promoters when exposed to DNA promoter hypermethylation

New understanding of ubiquitylation

New understanding of ubiquitylation

Plant chemical harmine fights diabetes in mice

Plant chemical harmine fights diabetes in mice

Scientists tackle cancer with different approaches

Scientists tackle cancer with different approaches

New diagnostic technologies to predict and monitor cancer risks

New diagnostic technologies to predict and monitor cancer risks

Penn State scientists reveal structure of gateways to gene control

Penn State scientists reveal structure of gateways to gene control

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