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Archive for the ‘Molecular Genetics’ Category

Researchers at U of T developing antibodies to ‘neutralize’ novel coronavirus before it invades cells – News@UofT

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

Universityof Toronto researcherSachdev Sidhuand his collaborators are engineering antibody molecules that can neutralize the novel coronavirus in the body before it invades cells.

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Bill Of The Month: Pricey Genetic Test For Essential Thrombocythemia : Shots – Health News – NPR

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

Michelle Kuppersmith's doctor recommended a bone marrow biopsy after suspecting she had a rare blood disorder. Though the biopsy was done by an in-network provider at an in-network hospital, Kuppersmith learned she was on the hook for $2,400 for out-of-network genetic profiling

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2020 World Molecular Diagnostic Analyzer and Reagent Forecasts for 100 Tests: Americas, EMEA, APAC–A 68-Country Analysis–Infectious and Genetic…

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

NEW YORK, March 31, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- 2020 World Molecular Diagnostic Analyzer and Reagent Forecasts for 100 Tests: Americas, EMEA, APAC--A 68-Country Analysis--Infectious and Genetic Diseases, Cancer, Forensic and Paternity Testing Read the full report: https://www.reportlinker.com/p05876987/?utm_source=PRN This new 68-country survey provides granular data and analysis not available from any other source.

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UVA Finds Way to Improve Cancer Outcomes by Examining Patients’ Genes – University of Virginia

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

By mining a vast trove of genetic data,researchers at theUniversity of Virginia School of Medicineare enhancing doctors ability to treat cancer, predict patient outcomes and determine which treatments will work best for individual patients. The researchers have identified inherited variations in our genes that affect how well a patient will do after diagnosis and during treatment

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Her Genetic Test Revealed A Microscopic Problem And A Jumbo Price Tag – Bryan-College Station Eagle

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

Michelle Kuppersmith, 32, feels great, works full time and exercises three to four times a week. So she was surprised when a routine blood test found that her body was making too many platelets, which help control bleeding

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The human DNA is littered with fossils of viruses past that attacked us. And lost – Telegraph India

Monday, March 30th, 2020

English naturalist Charles Robert Darwins seminal book On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection went to press in 1859.

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The distorted idea of ‘cool’ brain research is stifling psychotherapy – The Next Web

Monday, March 30th, 2020

There is always a well-known solution to every human problem neat, plausible, and wrong.From Prejudices (1920) by H L Mencken There has never been a problem facing mankind more complex than understanding our own human nature. And no shortage of neat, plausible, and wrong answers purporting to plumb its depths.

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CMSS: 800000 physicians across 40 specialties continue to support travel and gathering restrictions – YubaNet

Monday, March 30th, 2020

March 27, 2020 Dear President Trump, Vice President Pence, and Ambassador Birx: Advertisement Thank you for actively engaging the health care communityparticularly the nations physicians and the organizations that represent themin addressing the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States. As more than 800,000 physicians across more than 40 specialties in medicine, we continue to support travel and gathering restrictions to slow the transmission of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)

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How is the COVID-19 Virus Detected using Real Time RT-PCR? – International Atomic Energy Agency

Saturday, March 28th, 2020

A virus is a microscopic package of genetic material surrounded by a molecular envelope. The genetic material can be either DNA or RNA. DNA is a two-strand molecule that is found in all organisms, such as animals, plants, and viruses, and it holds the genetic code, or blueprint, for how these organisms are made and develop.

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How sick will the coronavirus make you? The answer may be in your genes – Science Magazine

Saturday, March 28th, 2020

A patient in Italy receives intensive care for COVID-19. Human geneticists are coming together to look for genes that make some people more vulnerable to the disease. By Jocelyn KaiserMar

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Universities Issue Hiring Freezes in Response to COVID-19 – The Scientist

Saturday, March 28th, 2020

Heather Ray, a developmental biology postdoc at the University of Alabama at Birmingham who studies the genetics of birth defects, received an email on March 24 from the search committee for a faculty job to which she had applied. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and a resulting hiring freeze at the university, Ray says the email read, the search and position had been canceled.

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In the start-up nation – The Hindu

Saturday, March 28th, 2020

When I first arrived at the Weizmann Institute of Science (WIS), Tel Aviv, in May 2013 as a summer trainee, little did I know that I will be spending a good part of my life in Israel. There is some inexplicable aura of scientific aptitude in the beautiful campus nestled just outside the bustling city of Tel Aviv.

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The First Genetic Map of the Cerebral Cortex – Technology Networks

Saturday, March 28th, 2020

The cerebral cortex is the relatively thin, folded, outer gray matter layer of the brain crucial for thinking, information processing, memory, and attention.

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Removing EGR4 "Brake" on Immune Activation May Be Viable I/O Therapeutic Approach – Clinical OMICs News

Saturday, March 28th, 2020

Scientists at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University (LKSOM) and Fox Chase Cancer Center show that EGR4, known mainly for its role in male fertility, serves as a critical brake on immune activation.

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More Hints of Order in the Genome – Discovery Institute

Saturday, March 28th, 2020

Genomics has come a long way since the central dogma (the notion that DNA is the master controller that calls all the shots) and junk DNA (the expectation that much of the genome is non-functional). If scientists ditch those old dogmas and approach the genome expecting to find reasons for things, they often do.

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The Harvard Wyss Institute’s response to COVID-19: beating back the coronavirus – Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

Saturday, March 28th, 2020

BOSTON, March 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The burgeoning coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic has already killed thousands of people worldwide and is threatening the lives of many more. In an effort to limit the virus from spreading, Harvard University was among the first organizations to promote social distancing by requiring all but the most essential personnel to work remotely. However, labs that perform vital COVID-19-related research are permitted to continue their potentially life-saving work and many of these activities are currently ongoing at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering

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UVM Researcher Offers Insights on Vaccines and COVID-19 – Seven Days

Wednesday, March 25th, 2020

Sean Diehl likens the development of a new vaccine to the construction of a house. Before workers can turn a shovelful of dirt or hammer a nail, an architect must create a blueprint that shows how the building's thousands of components fit together and in what order. Similarly, vaccine researchers trying to stop the spread of a deadly virus must start by mapping its messenger RNA.

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MSU scientists put the heat on microbes – MSUToday

Wednesday, March 25th, 2020

Hurricanes, floods, drought and fire. Extreme weather events are becoming more frequent as the climate changes and can destroy entire landscapes both visible and invisible. Like humans, microbes need disaster response strategies that facilitate the rescue and recovery of their ecologically crucial communities.

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Twelve Women Who Have Shaped The History of the BioHealth Capital Region – BioBuzz

Wednesday, March 25th, 2020

The BioHealth Capital Region (BHCR) and its life science ecosystem have a rich and deep history of pioneering scientific innovation, research, development, and commercialization. The regions history has been written by life science anchor companies, scientific research universities, government research organizations, rich startup culture, and serial entrepreneurs, all of whom have played critical roles in transforming the BHCR into one of the most innovative and productive biocluster in the world

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Kallyope Inc. Announces $112M Series C Financing to Support First Clinical Trials and Advance Portfolio of Programs Targeting the Gut-Brain Axis – P&T…

Wednesday, March 25th, 2020

NEW YORK, March 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Kallyope Inc., a leading biotechnology company focused on identifying and pursuing therapeutic opportunities involving the gut-brain axis, today announced a $112 million Series C financing. This financing will be used to advance its portfolio of programs and the company's first clinical trials, further establishing its leadership in the gut-brain axis field.

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