Institute of Pathology Heidelberg Joins Thermo Fisher Scientific Center of Excellence Program to Drive Oncology Companion Diagnostic Development in Europe.
Scientists have developed a new technique to crack the underlying DNA code for the ‘control dials’ that determine levels of gene activity in bacteria.
Research sheds new light on the understanding of the measurement of polymer properties in diverse chemical industries.
Scientists developed a method to genetically engineer gut bacteria to produce molecules that have the potential to treat certain disorders.
An alteration impairing the expression of certain proteins might hide the genesis of part of brain dysfunctions observed in schizophrenia patients.
Large analysis of genetic data looks into what causes T2D, and clarifies how T2D and CHD, are linked.
The unfolded protein response could be a cause, rather than a consequence, of metabolic disease.
New research suggests that financial stress may cause migraines in people who have a specific variation in a gene that regulates our biological clock.
Translational Software Inc. pharmacogenomic application integrates real-time genomic decision support at the point of care.
Researchers discover DNA polymerase β (Polβ) deficiency in neural stem cells affects neuronal survival and neural network in the developing brain.
A relationship has been found between foetal genes and the risk of preeclampsia in the mother for the first time
New method allows ‘20,000 parallel experiments’ in search for gene activators
Scientists have made a breakthrough in understanding how mitochondria – the “powerhouses” of human cells, are made.
Researchers have found a common variant in a gene that predisposes people to developing muscle aches, regardless of whether they are taking statins
Researchers from the Salk Institute have found a link between overactive protein synthesis and longevity