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Researchers Map A Protein ‘Tree Of Life’ For Species Across The Animal Kingdom
We're not so different after all
IBM’s Watson Will Give You Health Advice Based On Your DNA
Two companies are teaming up to make a super-personalized health app.
Editing The Genes Of Superbugs To Turn Off Antibiotic Resistance
Fighting bacteria’s ability to fight
Out Today: The First Catalog Of All The Proteins In The Human Body
Say hi to the proteome.
Oddly Shaped DNA Structures Found In Human Cells
We've seen 'G-quadruplex structures' before, but a new study shows they are much more prevalent in our genomes than we thought.
BeerSci: Uncovering The Secrets Of Barley
Scientists sequenced the barley genome recently. Will this make for better beer? Or are the implications more nuanced?
Scientists Decipher Almost the Entire Genome of an Unborn Baby
In a new study fraught with some heady ethical questions, scientists have sequenced almost the complete genome of an unborn...
The $1,000 Genome, and the New Problem of Having Too Much Information
The next sequence is even cheaper
Your Living Conditions as a Child May Be Detectable In Your DNA for Life
Noted geneticist Snoop Dogg once said–and I’m paraphrasing here–that no matter where one goes in life, one’s surroundings during one’s...
Editing Human Stem Cell Genes Could Let Patients Grow Their Own Cures
For the first time, scientists using a combination of gene-editing technologies have corrected mutations in a patient’s own induced stem...