Saturday 25 October, 2014

Human genome shaped by evolutionary race with itself

An evolutionary race between rival elements within the genomes of primates drove the evolution of complex regulatory networks that orchestrate the activity of genes in every cell of our bodies Continue reading “Human genome shaped by evolutionary race with itself” »  More...

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By BioNews On Thursday, April 24th, 2014
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Y chromosome was born 180 million years ago: Study

Ever thought even in your wildest dream that a very, very long time ago, the X and Y chromosomes were identical, until the Y started to differentiate from the X in males Continue reading “Y chromosome was More...

By BioNews On Monday, April 21st, 2014
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Strand Life to set up lab for genomics

Leading biotech firm Strand Life Sciences Ltd is setting up a laboratory here for translational research in genomics and personalised medicine Continue reading “Strand Life to set up lab for genomics” More...

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By BioNews On Sunday, April 28th, 2013
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Reseachers sequenced Turtle genome, shed light on turtle ancestry and shell evolution

From which ancestors have turtles evolved? How did they get their shell? New data provided by the Joint International Continue reading “Reseachers sequenced Turtle genome, shed light on turtle ancestry and More...

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By BioNews On Wednesday, April 17th, 2013
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Researchers show 70 percent protein-coding human genes are related to zebrafish

Completion of the zebrafish reference genome yields strong comparisons with the human genome. Researchers demonstrate today that 70 per cent of protein-coding human genes are related Continue reading “Researchers More...

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By BioNews On Monday, April 15th, 2013
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Gene sequencing project finds new mutations to blame for a majority of brain tumor subtype

The St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – Washington University Pediatric Cancer Genome Continue reading “Gene sequencing project finds new mutations to blame for a majority of brain tumor subtype” More...

1000 Genomes Project: Mapping human genetic variation. Credit: EMBL-EBI/S.Phillips
By BioNews On Wednesday, October 31st, 2012
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The 1000 Genomes Project today presents a map of normal human genetic variation

The 1000 Genomes Project today presents a map of normal human genetic variation Continue reading “The 1000 Genomes Project today presents a map of normal human genetic variation” »  More...

Coming home: Rangitane iwi tupuna reburial ceremony at Wairau Bar in 2009.
By BioNews On Wednesday, October 24th, 2012
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Researchers map genetic code of New Zealand’s first settlers

In a landmark study, University of Otago researchers have achieved the feat of sequencing Continue reading “Researchers map genetic code of New Zealand’s first settlers” »  More...

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By BioNews On Tuesday, October 16th, 2012
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BGI to offer Non-invasive Fetal Trisomy Test in Czech and Slovak Republics

BGI, the world’s largest genomics organization, and GENNET, a center for genetics, Continue reading “BGI to offer Non-invasive Fetal Trisomy Test in Czech and Slovak Republics” »  More...

Iowa State University's Patrick Schnable, left, and Srinivas Aluru are developing a toolbox to help life sciences researchers analyze all of the data produced by today's DNA sequencing instruments. Photo by Bob Elbert/Iowa State University
By BioNews On Sunday, October 7th, 2012
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Researchers Developing ‘BIGDATA’ Toolbox to Help Genome Researchers

Today’s life scientists are producing genomes galore. Continue reading “Researchers Developing ‘BIGDATA’ Toolbox to Help Genome Researchers” »  More...