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A report, published in the journal Science by researchers at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania analyzes genetic predisposition to the translocation t ( 11;22 ) ...


Researchers from the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Brandeis University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology report in the journal Neuron that increasing levels of brain derived neu ...


Researchers at Johns Hopkins and the University of Minnesota have discovered a gene mutation in the descendants of Abraham Lincoln's grandparents that suggests the Civil War president himself might ha ...


Researchers have been able to show that a natural compound previously shown to extend lifespan in non-vertebrate organisms can also do so in at least one vertebrate species. The findings, reported ...


Researchers at the Mayo Clinic have challenged the accepted theory on the cause of sepsis -- a condition in which the body's cells generate fever, shock and often death. Sepsis is thought to occur w ...


Researchers at the University of California, San Diego ( UCSD ) School of Medicine have developed a mouse model that could help scientists develop better drugs to fight autoimmune and inflammatory dis ...


Researchers at the University of Florida ( UF ) have that growth hormone treatment can worsen a dangerous nighttime breathing problem. Sleep apnea disrupts breathing during sleep and is common amo ...


Researchers at the University of Utah School of Medicine and other institutions have identified a major source of origin for two groups of adult cells that regulate muscle repair. The researchers fo ...


A team of Howard Hughes Medical Institute ( HHMI ) researchers has peeled back some of the mystery of how cells are able to turn off genes selectively to control critical events of development. The n ...


In a study, published by the journal Genome Research, researchers reports that 'mad cow'-like diseases have not been a major force in human history, nor have been cannibalistic rituals that are known ...


Joseph Gleeson, director of the Neurogenetics Laboratory at the UCSD School of Medicine, and his research team have developed a mouse model for a severe brain disorder in newborn children called liss ...


Through the Human Genome Project, the HapMap Project and other efforts, we are beginning to identify genes that are modified in some diseases. More difficult to measure and identify are the regulatory ...


Researchers at Johns Hopkins studying a rare inherited syndrome marked by eye and kidney problems, learning disabilities and obesity have discovered a genetic mutation that makes the syndrome more sev ...


Children diagnosed with Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome ( HGPS ) race through life against an unfairly fast clock. Cases are extremely rare: one in 8 million births. They begin life in apparen ...


Researchers have discovered the first brain regulatory gene that shows clear evidence of evolution from lower primates to humans. They said the evolution of humans might well have depended in part ...