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  • Genetically Modified Humans? Seven Reasons to Say “No”

    Researchers at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China published a paper on April 18, 2015, detailing the first use of the “gene editing” technology CRISPR in human embryos. The news initiated a global media firestorm about the irresponsibility of attempting to create genetically modified humans. more

  • Ötzi’s “non-human” DNA

    Ötzi’s human genome was decoded from a hip bone sample taken from the 5,300 year old mummy. However the tiny sample weighing no more than 0.1 g provides so much more information. A team of scientists from EURAC in Bolzano/Bozen together with colleagues from the University of Vienna successfully anal more

  • Male infertility: It's all about the package

    Infertility is generally thought of as a woman's problem. In fact, more than 3 million men across America also experience it. Today, researchers from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) describe a key event during sperm development that is essential for male fertility. A team led by CSHL Professor more

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  • New Sequence Capture Technology Allows Targeted Sequencing for Human Exomes

    Targeted exome sequencing enables the discovery of many of the functional variations that are responsible for various diseases. Exome sequencing can also shed light on why diseases occur more often in certain populations, and can help uncover why drugs are effective only in a subset of the patients or population. The prevailing method for complexity reduction has been the preparation of amplicons by parallel, multiplex, or long-range PCR amplification. These PCR methods have severe cost and performance limitations, when scaled to the level required to take full advantage of the capacity of currently available sequencing systems. As a result, the bottleneck for sequencing projects has shifted to sample preparation more

  • Rare Variants of IFIH1 Protect Against Type-1 Diabetes

    Nejentsev and co-workers have found that rare alleles of all associated IFIH1 polymorphisms consistently protect from type-1 diabetes, whereas IFIH1 alleles carried by the majority of the population predispose to the disease. This observation suggest more

  • qPCR Validation of Candidates for Modulators of the MAPkinase Signaling Pathway

    With the completion of the human genome sequence, the detailed understanding of gene functions by analyzing the structure, biological activities, and dynamics of the encoded proteins has become the next challenge. The technology of RNA interference ( more

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GDB Human Genome Database

GDB Human Genome Database The GDB Human Genome Database is a community curated collection of human genomic data. What set GDB apart from other biological databases, was its use of world-class leaders in human genetics to act as curators for th ... more


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