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The so-called 'longevity gene' has been included in animal models, in which it stopped atherosclerosis.
Researchers have used machine learning to discover that the two most widespread DNA structures cause genome mutations that lead to cancer.
Research from Oregon Health & Science University could lead to new therapies to heal nervous system disorders.
Next generation molecular medicine: unlocking big data for precision oncology and infectious disease
Join the international [BC]2 conference and EMBO meeting at BASEL LIFE from 9–12 September: a unique opportunity for today’s scientists to get insights and share the latest discoveries, resources and approaches to make sense of genomic and health-related “big data” for molecular medicine – from precision oncology to infectious diseases.
A new study has used combined therapies to eliminate HIV from mice models, providing potential future cures.
Researchers say integrated multi-'omic' studies could accelerate the use of precision medicine for asthma patients.
The patent office has declared an interference between 10 University of California (UC) patent applications.
A study has reported that genes delivered to rhesus monkeys are still being expressed four years later.
Researchers have presented their new technology for accurately inserting genes into the genome without cutting DNA.
For the past thirty years, native mass spectrometry has grown in both scope and reach in labs across the globe to encompass larger and more challenging molecular complexes. However, up until now, the throughput of these techniques has been slow and manual. Christopher Nortcliffe discusses ways that native analysis is…
Conventional methods for radiolabelling proteins are time consuming and difficult to automate. In this article, Jason P. Holland discusses how combining photochemistry with radiochemistry enables development of radiolabelled proteins far more quickly and easily – literally in a flash of light.