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   Changes in 3D genetic structure equally important as DNA code mutations in childhood leukemiaChanges in 3D genetic structure equally important as DNA code mutations in childhood leukemia
 
A study found that children with aggressive blood cancers have different superstructures of the proteins that control gene access.
 
   Genetically modified neurons could enhance function of clinical implantsGenetically modified neurons could enhance function of clinical implants
 
A team has genetically reprogrammed neurons that could enhance electrical implant function used in various clinical scenarios.
 
 Deleting a gene prevents Type 1 diabetes in mice by disguising insulin-producing cells
 
Deleting a gene prevents Type 1 diabetes in mice by disguising insulin-producing cellsScientists have innovated a potential method of preventing Type 1 diabetes in those at high risk.
 
 
 Scientists create new tool to study the genetic underpinnings of brain disorders
 
Scientists create new tool to study the genetic underpinnings of brain disordersScientists at the UNC School of Medicine and colleagues created a new computational tool called H-MAGMA to study the genetic underpinnings of nine brain disorders, including the identification of new genes associated with each disorder.
 
 
 New toolkit to repair DNA breaks linked to aging, cancer and MND discovered
 
New toolkit to repair DNA breaks linked to aging, cancer and MND discoveredA new 'toolkit' to repair damaged DNA that can lead to aging, cancer and Motor Neurone Disease has been discovered by scientists at the Universities of Sheffield and Oxford.
 
 
 New nano strategy for 'trapping and zapping' antibiotic resistant genes
 
New nano strategy  for 'trapping and zapping' antibiotic resistant genesIt's not enough to take antibiotic-resistant bacteria out of wastewater to eliminate the risks they pose to society. The bits they leave behind have to be destroyed as well.
 
 
 Study offers new insight into genetic alterations associated with osteosarcoma
 
Study offers new insight into genetic alterations associated with osteosarcomaA study by researchers at the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health, offers new insight into genetic alterations associated with osteosarcoma, the most common cancerous bone tumor of children and adolescents.