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Genetic study identifies 14 new developmental disorders in children

A depiction of the double helical structure of DNA. Its four coding units (A, T, C, G) are color-coded in pink, orange, purple and...

​A new principle for epigenetic changes discovered

In a new study, researchers at Uppsala University have found evidence of a new principle for how epigenetic changes can occur. The principle is...

Cultural differences may leave their mark on DNA

A UC San Francisco-led study has identified signatures of ethnicity in the genome that appear to reflect an ethnic group's shared culture and environment,...

Twelve DNA areas ‘linked with the age at which we have...

For the first time, we now know where to find the DNA areas linked to reproductive behavior, say researchers.Credit: © snre / Flickr Researchers identify...

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...

‘Amazing protein diversity’ is discovered in the maize plant

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory researchers found 'amazing diverity' in the maize plant by extensively sampling messages copied from activated genes in these six portions,...

Fix for 3-billion-year-old genetic error could dramatically improve genetic sequencing

Molecular bioscientist Jared Ellefson of the University of Texas at Austin has created a way for RNA to "proofread" copies of genetic information for...

Landmark study shows acute myeloid leukaemia is at least 11 different...

Scientists at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and their international collaborators have shown that Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) is not a single disorder, but...

The protein that mysteriously assesses distances

A protein of the ISWI family (Imitation Switch, or nucleosome remodelling motors) is endowed with a special property: despite having no organ of sense...

Researchers prove humans in Southern Arabia 10,000 years earlier than first...

Credit: University of Huddersfield THE last Ice Age made much of the globe uninhabitable, but there were oases - or refugia - where people 20,000...

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