Rare benign tumours contain a diagram for regeneration of insulin-producing beta cells, which may hold the key to diabetes drug development.
Researchers claim that a blood sample, or liquid biopsy, can reveal which patients will respond to checkpoint inhibitor-based immunotherapies.
Genes which determine animal complexity, or what makes humans so much more complex than a fruit fly or a sea urchin, have been identified.
Scientists in Scotland have gained access to the most up-to-date gene sequencing technology, aiding research to better understand human and animal diseases.
The different diseases should each be diagnosed and treated based on their specific genetic faults.
By identifying that genes belong to a process called autophagy, researchers have unveiled the mystery of why we age in a new study.
A genetic fault has been identified in people with an aggressive type of leukemia that can significantly affect how they respond to treatment.
A high-speed method has been developed that produces small proteins for custom-designed therapeutics, that may have applications in fighting disease agents.
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.