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Expert genomics panel disputes certain genes linked to a dangerous heart conditionThe Keys to Harnessing the True Power of Metabolomics

The value of metabolomics in life science research is unique in that it integrates genetic and non-genetic information to provide this functional readout of health status. This holistic and active status of biochemical activity within cells provides unique, real-world insights into the cause and manifestation of disease, as well as current functional status assessment of the impact of a therapeutic treatment or other external intervention.

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    Keysight Ultra Series Filters for Life Sciences
 
All Alluxa Ultra Series filters for Life Sciences, including Narrowband, Dichroic, UV, IR, and Notch filters, intend to offer OEM customers and researchers higher performance than off the shelf products. They highlight Alluxa’s commitment to tighter specification tolerances and provide the best system level performance.
 
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   Carrying out CRISPR/Cas9 in SpaceCarrying out CRISPR/Cas9 in Space
 
In our latest interview, AZoLifeSciences spoke to a team of researchers about their latest research which involved carrying out CRISPR/Cas9 in Space.
 
 Role of DNA in Forensic Science
 
Role of DNA in Forensic ScienceDeoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) plays a vital role in forensic science through exonerating the innocent and convicting the guilty.
 
 
 Genome surveillance tool facilitates detection of COVID-19 variants
 
Genome surveillance tool facilitates detection of COVID-19 variantsSwedish researchers have developed COVseq, a SARS-CoV-2 genome tracker that can be produced at a large scale for a small cost.
 
 
 Cancer cells use an aging gene to establish permanent footing
 
Cancer cells use an aging gene to establish permanent footingResearchers at the University of Helsinki and the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research in Glasgow have discovered how mutated cells promote their chances to form cancer. Typically, the accumulation of harmful cells is prevented by active competition between multiple stem cells in intestinal glands, called crypts.
 
 
 Study introduces a new, improved CRISPR 3.0 system in plants
 
Study introduces a new, improved CRISPR 3.0 system in plantsIn a study in Nature Plants, Yiping Qi, associate professor of Plant Science at the University of Maryland (UMD), introduces a new and improved CRISPR 3.0 system in plants, focusing on gene activation instead of traditional gene editing.