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Researchers find human development’s first gear

Oxford University researchers are closer to solving a decade-old mystery after discovering that a set of genes they are studying play a key role...

Researchers find Highland East Asian origin for prehistoric Himalayan populations

Prehistoric Himalayan settlements are remote and only accessible today by horse and on foot.Credit: University of Oklahoma In a collaborative study by the University of...

Enzyme with high potential for new cancer treatment identified

A team of researchers from the Biology department at the TU Darmstadt has identified an enzyme that separates DNA replication from repair. This discovery...

Scientists create compound that erases disease-causing RNA defect

In an important new study with implications for the treatment of dozens of incurable diseases, scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research...

West African genes lower the risk of obesity in men, suggests...

Despite the prevalence of workplace wellness efforts, only one-third of American workers say they regularly participate in the health promotion programs provided by their...

Genes for nose shape found

Image showing variation between nose shape and the specific genes responsible. Credit: Dr Kaustubh Adhikari, UCL Genes that drive the shape of human noses have...

Twin study finds that gut microbiomes run in families

Does host gentoype shape the microbiome? This visual abstract shows the findings of Goodrich et al. present a gut microbiome analysis of 1,126 twin...

Genetic testing: Bene Israel community in India has Jewish roots

A new study from Tel Aviv University, Cornell University and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine reveals genetic proof of the Jewish roots of...

Autism and cancer share a remarkable number of risk genes in...

Autism and cancer share more than 40 risk genes, suggesting that common mechanisms underlying the functions of some of these genes could conceivably be...

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