Gene Mapping

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First reported Apr 16 2014 - Updated Apr 16 2014 - 1 reports

Ayurgenomics: A fringe medicine gains currency

On page 25 of the much-delayed Bharatiya Janata Party manifesto, the party tried to marry Hindu traditions with modernity and science. The idea that weaves the two together reads, "We will start integrated courses for Indian System of Medicine (ISM) and ... [Published Business Standard India - Apr 16 2014]
First reported Apr 16 2014 - Updated Apr 16 2014 - 1 reports

Altering gene expression by aminocoumarins: the role of DNA supercoiling in Staphylococcus aureus

Research articleWiebke Schröder , Jörg Bernhardt , Gabriella Marincola , Ludger Klein-Hitpass , Alexander Herbig , Guido Krupp , Kay Nieselt and Christiane WolzBMC Genomics 2014, 15 :291doi:10.1186/1471-2164-15-291Published: 16 April 2014Abstract (provisional) ... [Published BMC - Apr 16 2014]
First reported Apr 14 2014 - Updated Apr 14 2014 - 1 reports

Ethical issues in medical research the subject of events at S

The public is invited to attend three events this month at Missouri University of Science and Technology that deal with ethical issues in medical research. The events are presented as part of the university’s One Book program, which asks incoming first-year ... [Published Rolla Daily News - Apr 14 2014]
First reported Apr 09 2014 - Updated Apr 09 2014 - 1 reports

Paleobiologist Neil Shubin Comes Up with 3-Part PBS Series ‘Your Inner Fish’

Paleobiologist Neil Shubin is coming up with three-part series 'Your Inner Fish' in which he would share scientific research that connects humans to the early animals and made us what we are today. The series premieres on April 9 on PBS.The series is ... [Published French Tribune - Apr 09 2014]
First reported Apr 08 2014 - Updated Apr 09 2014 - 1 reports

'Your Inner Fish' traces human evolution back to our earliest ancestors

It seems odd to think that man has evolved from water-dwellers with fins and scales, but the evolutionary leap seems less preposterous when you examine the structural and DNA evidence that proves how much our bodies owe to prehistoric fish. With vivid ... [Published Mother Nature Network - Apr 08 2014]
First reported Apr 08 2014 - Updated Apr 08 2014 - 1 reports

Re: [tt] [GRG] Utilizing Massive Quantities of -omic Information across Research Initiatives

To Members and Friends of the Los Angeles Gerontology Research Group:         Big Data Conference [April 29th - May 1st] in Boston, MA... -- Steve Coles At 06:00 AM 4/7/2014, Bio-IT World wrote: FINAL WEEKS TO REGISTER - Secure your ... [Published TranshumanTech - Apr 08 2014]
First reported Apr 03 2014 - Updated Apr 03 2014 - 1 reports

Findings from Southwest University Has Provided New Data on General Science

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Science Letter -- Data detailed on Science have been presented. According to news reporting out of Chongqing , People's Republic of China , by NewsRx editors, research stated, "The shape and color of rice leaves ... [Published 4 Traders - Apr 03 2014]
First reported Mar 31 2014 - Updated Mar 31 2014 - 1 reports

Researchers identify genes associated with molecules linked to diseases

Robert Pazdro Researchers led by a College of Family and Consumer Sciences faculty member have identified candidate genes associated with disease-causing free radicals.By identifying the specific genes that influence the cell's ability to fight free radicals-the ... [Published University of Georgia - Mar 31 2014]
First reported Mar 27 2014 - Updated Mar 27 2014 - 1 reports

[tt] [GRG] MRI-Based Detection of Gene Reporter Activity - MIT

http://www.cell.com/chemistry-biology/abstract/S1074-5521%2814%2900039-8 MRI-Based Detection of Alkaline Phosphatase Gene Reporter Activity Using a Porphyrin Solubility Switch Authors Gil G. Westmeyer , Yelena Emer , Jutta Lintelmann , Alan Jasanoffsend ... [Published TranshumanTech - Mar 27 2014]
First reported Mar 22 2014 - Updated Mar 23 2014 - 1 reports

Family of HeLa cell donor coming to Marshall University

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- Marshall University will host the grandchildren of Henrietta Lacks, whose "immortal" cells were used after her death and without her family's permission for more than 74,000 medical and scientific studies.David Lacks Jr. and Kim Lacks, ... [Published Charleston Gazette - Mar 22 2014]
First reported Mar 17 2014 - Updated Mar 17 2014 - 1 reports

Mapping your DNA

Enlarge photoAssociated Press file photoDNA for gene-mapping is recovered by a simple blood test. The challenge lies in interpreting the findings.C HICAGO – These days, it’s faster and cheaper than ever to decipher a person’s entire DNA. But a small study ... [Published Durango Herald - Mar 17 2014]
First reported Mar 11 2014 - Updated Mar 11 2014 - 1 reports

Gene mapping study shows promise, challenges

CHICAGO (AP) — These days, it's faster and cheaper than ever to decipher a person's entire DNA. But a small study suggests that looking for disease risks that way may not be ready for the masses. ... [Published Yahoo! Health News - Mar 11 2014]
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...The idea that weaves the two together reads, "We will start integrated courses for Indian System of Medicine (ISM) and modern science and Ayurgenomics." The tongue twister, Ayurgenomics, had many observers either smirking or confounded
The series is based on Shubin's 2008 bestseller of the same name. "There's something incredibly profound in the idea that inside every organ, cell and gene of our body lie deep connections to the rest of life on our planet" , said Shubin, a professor and an associate dean at the University of Chicago
...his points with fossil discoveries and anatomical structure dissections, Shubin demonstrates the similarities between human anatomy and fish gills. "We see that transformation, the lines of evidence that merge to this profound comparison,” he says. Advances in gene mapping make this work possible. "We can look at fossils, and with developmental biology, we look at how organs form over time," Shubin says. "All of them come together to show this deep connection." Shubin retraces his most significant archaeological discoveries, including the product of six years of expeditions to the Arctic where he and colleagues found a missing link, a fossil of a fish that filled in a piece of the evolutionary chain. In addition to scales and webbed fins, the fish had a neck, an arm and even a wrist . "We tell the story of that fish, but then we also tell how we interpret it," Shubin says. "I can tell you with great certainty that the wrist I can bend and the head I can shake all derived from fish living 375 million years ago." Shubin also explains the evolution of the male sex organs, and the reason males are susceptible to hernias (again, blame your inner fish ) — and in the second and third installments, which focus on “Your Inner Reptile” and “Your Inner Monkey,” he examines the correlations between us and creatures a bit further down the evolutionary chain, and how all species are still evolving ."
Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Southwest University , "The nsl1 displayed pale white leaves at the seeding stage and then white striped leaves in parallel to the main vein at the jointing stage. Meanwhile, its leaf blades are significantly narrower than the control group of Jinhui 10. The chloroplast structures of cells in the white striped area of the nsl1 mutant break down, and the photosynthetic pigments are significantly lower than that of the wild type. Moreover, fluorescence parameters, such as F (0), F (v F (m) , I broken vertical bar (psII) , qp, and ETR, in the nsl1 mutant are significantly lower than those of the wild type, and the photosynthetic efficiency is also significantly decreased. These changes in leaf color and shape, together with physiological changes in the nsl1, result in smaller plant height and a decrease in the most important agronomic traits, such as the number of grains per panicle, grain weight, etc. Genetic analysis shows that the narrow and striped traits of the nsl1 mutant are controlled by a single recessive nuclear gene, which is located between InDel 16 and InDel 12 in chromosome 3. The physical distance is 204 kb. So far, no similar genes of such leaf color and shape in this area have been reported."

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Ayurgenomics: A fringe medicine gains currency [Published Business Standard India - Apr 16 2014]
Altering gene expression by aminocoumarins: the... [Published BMC - Apr 16 2014]
Breast and prostratic cancers are common in Ind... [Published Sify - Apr 15 2014]
Ethical issues in medical research the subject ... [Published Rolla Daily News - Apr 14 2014]
Paleobiologist Neil Shubin Comes Up with 3-Part... [Published French Tribune - Apr 09 2014]
'Your Inner Fish' traces human evolution back t... [Published Mother Nature Network - Apr 08 2014]
Re: [tt] [GRG] Utilizing Massive Quantities of ... [Published TranshumanTech - Apr 08 2014]
Dr. David Botstein Honored With 2014 American A... [Published American Association for Cancer Research - Apr 03 2014]
Findings from Southwest University Has Provided... [Published 4 Traders - Apr 03 2014]
Researchers identify genes associated with mole... [Published University of Georgia - Mar 31 2014]
[tt] [GRG] MRI-Based Detection of Gene Reporter... [Published TranshumanTech - Mar 27 2014]
Family of HeLa cell donor coming to Marshall Un... [Published Charleston Gazette - Mar 22 2014]
Surprising new way to kill cancer cells [Published Brightsurf Science News - Mar 21 2014]
Mapping your DNA [Published Durango Herald - Mar 17 2014]
Methods and compositions for preventing and tre... [Published PharmCast - Mar 14 2014]
Gene mapping study shows promise, challenges [Published Yahoo! Health News - Mar 11 2014]
Hints of genomic dark matter: rare variants con... [Published Information Processing - Feb 13 2014]
Compressed sensing and genomes v2 [Published Information Processing - Jan 21 2014]
Wine in the Show Me State [Published Wines and Vines - Dec 13 2013]
Qatar launches gene mapping to combat diseases [Published France24 - Science - Dec 10 2013]
Saudi begins gene mapping to research diseases [Published France24 - Asia Pacific - Dec 09 2013]
Shawn Vestal: Congress could try some pork in i... [Published Spokesman-Review.com - Nov 20 2013]
'Immortal Life' author in Bend [Published Bend Bulletin - Nov 10 2013]
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Re: [tt] [GRG] Utilizing Massive Quantities of ... [Published TranshumanTech - Apr 08 2014]
To Members and Friends of the Los Angeles Gerontology Research Group:         Big Data Conference [April 29th - May 1st] in Boston, MA... -- Steve Coles At 06:00 AM 4/7/2014, Bio-IT World wrote: FINAL WEEKS TO REGISTER - Secure your ...
[tt] [GRG] MRI-Based Detection of Gene Reporter... [Published TranshumanTech - Mar 27 2014]
http://www.cell.com/chemistry-biology/abstract/S1074-5521%2814%2900039-8 MRI-Based Detection of Alkaline Phosphatase Gene Reporter Activity Using a Porphyrin Solubility Switch Authors Gil G. Westmeyer , Yelena Emer , Jutta Lintelmann , Alan Jasanoffsend ...
Gene mapping study shows promise, challenges [Published Yahoo! Health News - Mar 11 2014]
CHICAGO (AP) — These days, it's faster and cheaper than ever to decipher a person's entire DNA. But a small study suggests that looking for disease risks that way may not be ready for the masses. ...
Hints of genomic dark matter: rare variants con... [Published Information Processing - Feb 13 2014]
The study below is sensitive to rare variants which are implicated in schizophrenia risk. These rare variants add to the heritability already associated with common variants: estimated to be at least 32% . In related work, mutations affecting schizophrenia ...
Compressed sensing and genomes v2 [Published Information Processing - Jan 21 2014]
We placed a new version of our compressed sensing and genomics paper on arxiv. For earlier discussion see here and here . New results concern the effect of LD (linkage disequilibrium) on the method, and a demonstration that choosing a large L1 penalization ...
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