Gene Mapping

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First reported Jul 17 2014 - Updated Jul 17 2014 - 1 reports

GMO Myths and Truths

Genetically modified (GM) crops are promoted on the basis of a range of far-reaching claims from the GM crop industry and its supporters.They say that GM crops:Are an extension of natural breeding and do not pose different risks from naturally bred crops ... [Published Global Research - Jul 17 2014]
First reported Jul 11 2014 - Updated Jul 11 2014 - 1 reports

July 21 - S.U. College Corner

GOOD MORNING DELMARVA - Henrietta Lacks has saved - and created - millions of lives during the past six decades. Yet, she was not a doctor or even a scientist; she was a poor African-American tobacco farmer from Virginia.In 1951, nearly a decade after ... [Published WMDT ABC-47 - Jul 11 2014]
First reported Jul 10 2014 - Updated Jul 11 2014 - 1 reports

BrightFocus Foundation announces 55 new grantees in Alzheimer's and vision research

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 10-Jul-2014Clarksburg, MD—BrightFocus Foundation, a nonprofit organization funding cutting-edge, innovative research on Alzheimer's disease and the vision diseases of glaucoma and macular degeneration, today announced the recipients ... [Published EurekAlert! - Jul 10 2014]
First reported Jul 07 2014 - Updated Jul 07 2014 - 1 reports

Genetic Technologies (GENE) Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms Test Revenue Expectations

(live-PR.com) - A single nucleotide polymorphism, or SNP (pronounced "snip"), is a variation at a single position in a DNA sequence among individuals. Although a particular SNP may not cause a disorder, some SNPs are associated with certain diseases. ... [Published Live-PR.com - Jul 07 2014]
First reported Jul 01 2014 - Updated Jul 01 2014 - 1 reports

Forever Young

HYDERABAD: There’s always that one person who causes envy by looking 10 years younger than her age. While many over-the-counter creams would like to take credit, it’s often her genes that weigh in on it. Now Xcode Life Sciences, a preventive healthcare ... [Published New Indian Express - Jul 01 2014]
First reported Jun 28 2014 - Updated Jun 28 2014 - 1 reports

Young Harris College Prepares to Kick Off 2014 Common Reading Program

Targeted News ServiceYOUNG HARRIS, Ga., June 27 -- Young Harris College issued the following news release:"The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" by Rebecca Skloot was recently chosen as the 2014 book for Young Harris College's campus-wide Common Reading ... [Published Insurance News Net - Jun 28 2014]
First reported Jun 18 2014 - Updated Jun 18 2014 - 1 reports

Researchers differentiate yellow fever, malaria mosquitoes by gene mapping

Washington, June 18 (ANI): The Virginia Tech entomologists have created a chromosome map that can help distinguish between yellow fever and malaria mosquitoes in order to prevent the disease.With the map, researchers can compare the chromosome organization ... [Published TruthDive - Jun 18 2014]
First reported Jun 17 2014 - Updated Jun 17 2014 - 1 reports

Evaluation of gene-based association tests for analyzing rare variants using Genetic Analysis Workshop 18 data

Association tests for rare variantsWe considered 7 association tests recently developed for analyzing rare variants usinga sample of unrelated individuals. All methods considered can be described througha vector of statistics, S = ( S 1 , ..., S J ), ... [Published BMC - Jun 17 2014]
First reported Jun 16 2014 - Updated Jun 17 2014 - 1 reports

Genetic influence on pulmonary function: Six further genes identified

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 16-Jun-2014In their investigations or so-called genome-wide association studies, the team of researchers compared the genetic profile of study participants to the forced vital capacity (FVC), a volume parameter of lung function. Six ... [Published EurekAlert! - Jun 16 2014]
First reported Jun 16 2014 - Updated Jun 16 2014 - 1 reports

AIIMS uses gene mapping to find and cure early-stage breast cancer

| Updated: 17:19 EST, 15 June 2014Genes hide a great mystery inside them, and thanks to the emergence of genomic mapping technology, one can now predict the risk of different kinds of cancers.Breast cancer, if diagnosed at the initial stage, can even ... [Published Mail Online UK - Jun 16 2014]
First reported Jun 05 2014 - Updated Jun 05 2014 - 1 reports

Human tissue removed for medical tests is ‘personal property’ of institution, not person it came from: ruling

In a precedent-setting decision that could eventually affect everything from stem cell research to billions in pharmaceutical spending, an Ontario court has ruled that excised human tissue is private property and that it belongs not to the person from ... [Published National Post - Top Stories - Jun 05 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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"Immortal Life reads like a novel," said The Washington Post. "The prose is unadorned, crisp and transparent. The book … should be treated as a work of American history."
...emotional costs of these conditions to our country, and around the world, will be enormous," said BrightFocus President and CEO Stacy Pagos Haller. "We believe that finding a way to slow, prevent, and treat brain and eye diseases must be a national priority."
...Come Alive is available for women between the ages of 26 and 55, but services for men are being researched and will be in the market soon. ` "4,999 plus tax, inclusive of a day cream and four facial kits. Details: xcode.in/comealive"
"We started the program to create an academic common ground for all students walking into college," said Franklin. "We hope it will trigger some initial conversations about whether or not they liked the book, which will evolve into more academic discussions about the topic as well as the process of reading and studying text."

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GMO Myths and Truths [Published Global Research - Jul 17 2014]
July 21 - S.U. College Corner [Published WMDT ABC-47 - Jul 11 2014]
BrightFocus Foundation announces 55 new grantee... [Published EurekAlert! - Jul 10 2014]
Genetic Technologies (GENE) Single Nucleotide P... [Published Live-PR.com - Jul 07 2014]
Forever Young [Published New Indian Express - Jul 01 2014]
Young Harris College Prepares to Kick Off 2014 ... [Published Insurance News Net - Jun 28 2014]
The First Endogenous Herpesvirus, Identified in... [Published Plosone.org - Jun 20 2014]
GADD45a Promoter Regulation by a Functional Gen... [Published Plosone.org - Jun 18 2014]
Researchers differentiate yellow fever, malaria... [Published TruthDive - Jun 18 2014]
Evaluation of gene-based association tests for ... [Published BMC - Jun 17 2014]
Genetic influence on pulmonary function: Six fu... [Published EurekAlert! - Jun 16 2014]
AIIMS uses gene mapping to find and cure early-... [Published Mail Online UK - Jun 16 2014]
Human tissue removed for medical tests is ‘pers... [Published National Post - Top Stories - Jun 05 2014]
New York Fertility Services Holds Genetic Scree... [Published PRWeb - May 16 2014]
Re: [tt] [GRG] Utilizing Massive Quantities of ... [Published TranshumanTech - Apr 08 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]
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]
Wine in the Show Me State [Published Wines and Vines - Dec 13 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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Human tissue removed for medical tests is ‘pers... [Published National Post - Top Stories - Jun 05 2014]
In a precedent-setting decision that could eventually affect everything from stem cell research to billions in pharmaceutical spending, an Ontario court has ruled that excised human tissue is private property and that it belongs not to the person from ...
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 ...
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