Using a computational technique that accounts for how genes interact, scientists revealed genes that may be related to autism spectrum disorder.
Researchers have added a scaffold/matrix attatchment region (S/MAR) to a conventional adeno-associated virus (AVV) vector used for gene transfer.
A new chip etched with fluid channels has been developed that sends blood samples through a hydrodynamic maze to separate out rare circulating cancer cells into a clean stream for analysis.
Several of the world’s top genetic testing labs are intergrating FDNA’s next-generation phenotyping technologies into their workflow.
Disorder in 1 gene triggers a chain reaction that disrupts the construction and stability of the brain’s developing connections
How some genes lost the ability to make proteins – and gained regulatory powers.
A rare type of glycosylation profoundly affects the function of a protein important for human development and cancer progression, according to new study.
New portable DNA sequencing technology has been deployed in Africa to help collaborating scientists & farmers fight the devastating impact of crop disease.
Immunotherapy drugs could help some breast cancer patients based on the genetic changes in their tumours, researchers have found.
Researchers reveal the capacity of epithelial-derived tumours to grow in the absence of a microenvironment.
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.