Genome-Wide Cancer 'Dependency Map' Revealed
Genome-Wide Cancer 'Dependency Map' Revealed
Genome-Wide Cancer 'Dependency Map' Revealed
Initial results reveal more than 760 genetic dependencies across multiple cancers, suggesting opportunities for developing new treatments.
Genome-Wide Cancer 'Dependency Map' Revealed
Compound Shows Promise in Treating Melanoma
Compound Shows Promise in Treating Melanoma
Compound Shows Promise in Treating Melanoma
Researchers take a step towards creating a drug that can kill melanoma cancer cells without harming nearby healthy cells.
Compound Shows Promise in Treating Melanoma
Human Embryos Edited for the First Time in U.S.
Human Embryos Edited for the First Time in U.S.
Human Embryos Edited for the First Time in U.S.
Researchers in the U.S. have demonstrated that they can efficiently improve the DNA of human embryos using the gene-editing technique CRISPR.
Human Embryos Edited for the First Time in U.S.
Autism Severity Detected with Brain Activity Test
Autism Severity Detected with Brain Activity Test
Autism Severity Detected with Brain Activity Test
Children with autism have a tell-tale difference on brain tests compared with other children, researchers from the University of California have discovered.
Autism Severity Detected with Brain Activity Test
Can Our Body Detect Early Cancer Signs?
Can Our Body Detect Early Cancer Signs?
Can Our Body Detect Early Cancer Signs?
Damage to cell's genetic material can trigger inflammation, enabling processes to remove damaged cells and keep tissues healthy.
Can Our Body Detect Early Cancer Signs?

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Do Genetics Shape Human Identity?

Researchers explore how the discoveries of basic knowledge and technologies that can alter our genes, cells and tissues may affect what it means to be human.