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Genetic tests suggest STAP stem cells ‘never existed’ : Nature News Blog

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A powerful, three-way mechanism by which a mutation drives the growth of childhood brain cancers, was discovered by scientists. The team hopes the discovery will lead to better methods for diagnosing and treating these cancers, which cannot always be cured with surgery.

'Gene fusion' mutation uses three-way mechanism to drive childhood brain cancers

Oncology researchers have discovered that an abnormal fused gene that drives pediatric brain tumors poses a triple threat, operating simultaneously through three distinct biological mechanisms—the first such example in cancer biology.

Using a visual test that is known to prompt different reactions in autistic and normal brains, researchers have shown that those differences were associated with a breakdown in the signaling pathway used by GABA, one of the brain's chief inhibitory neurotransmitters.

A brain link to autism: Scientists find neurotransmitter that ties in with disorder's behavior

A brain link to autism: Scientists find neurotransmitter that ties in with disorder's behavior -- ScienceDaily

New research suggests that obese men have specific epigenetic markers on their sperm.

Listen up, dads: Obesity makes your sperm weird.

Study maps epigenetics of father’s weight passed on by his sperm.

You may have billions and billions of good reasons for being unfit

Although our chromosomes are relatively stable within our lifetimes, the genetic material found in our mitochondria is highly variable across individuals and may impact upon human health, say researchers at the University .

Continued smoking after MS diagnosis associated with accelerated disease progression -- ScienceDaily

Continued smoking after MS diagnosis associated with accelerated disease progression

Novel genes found in inflammatory bowel disease under age five: Gene changes linked to immune function, guide precision treatment -- ScienceDaily

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What Happens to Your Body When You Eat A Teaspoon of ‪Turmeric‬ Every Day!

To Revert Breast Cancer Cells, Give Them the Squeeze. Researchers at the UC Berkeley and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have put the squeeze — literally — on malignant mammary cells to guide them back into a normal growth pattern.

Tweaking Circadian Rhythms With Small Molecule Drugs | Asian Scientist Magazine | Science, Technology and Medicine News Updates From Asia

Synthetic chemistry has enabled researchers to develop small molecule drugs which target regulators of the circadian cycle.

Prolonged eye contact synchronizes brain activity between two people, according to a new study at the National Institute of Physiological Science (NIPS). This synchronicity is crucial in establishing and facilitating our face-to-face social interactions. Eye...

Eye Contact Synchronizes Brain Activity Between Two People

Prolonged eye contact synchronizes brain activity between two people, according to a new study at the National Institute of Physiological Science (NIPS).

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The Human Body’s First Line of Defense is its Immune System

Synchronized brain waves in distant regions combine memories

Humans have the remarkable ability to integrate information from multiple memories and infer indirect relationships. How does our brain support this important function?

Un gen es una unidad de información en un locus de ácido desoxirribonucleico (ADN) que codifica un producto funcional, proteínas por ejemplo. Es la unidad molecular de la herencia genética, 2​3​ pues almacena la información genética y permite transmitirla a la descendencia

Genes linked with a greater risk of developing autism may also be associated with higher intelligence, a study suggests.

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