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Article ID: 572480

Dietary Restriction Early in Prenancy Has Negative Impact on Fetal Brain Development

Texas Biomedical Research Institute

A research team that includes scientists from the Southwest Foundation ...

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14-Jan-2011 3:00 PM EST
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Article ID: 572491

Kidney Gene Implicated in Increased Heart Failure Risk

Washington University in St. Louis

Scientists have identified the first DNA sequence variant common in the population that is not only associated with an increased risk of heart failure, but appears to play a role ...

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14-Jan-2011 4:55 PM EST
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In Scientific First, Researchers Visualize Naturally-Occurring mRNA

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

In a technique that could eventually shed light on how gene expression influences human disease, scientists at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have for the first time ...

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Article ID: 572425

“A Stark Warning:” Smoking Causes Genetic Damage within Minutes After Inhaling

American Chemical Society (ACS)

In research described as “a stark warning” to those tempted ...

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Attention Ladies and Gentlemen: Courtship Affects Gene Expression

Genetics Society of America

Scientists from Texas have made an important step toward understanding human mating behavior by showing that certain genes become activated in fruit flies when they interact with the opposite sex. ...

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Technique Allows Researchers to Identify Key Maize Genes for Increased Yield

Cornell University

Scientists have identified the genes related to leaf angle in corn (maize) – a key trait for planting crops closer together, which has led to an eight-fold increase in yield since ...

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First Genetic Test for Predicting IVF Success

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

A researcher at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University has helped to develop the first genetic blood test for predicting the chances that in vitro fertilization (IVF) will ...

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Article ID: 572249

Hard-To-Find Fish Reveals Shared Developmental Toolbox of Evolution

University of Chicago Medical Center

A SCUBA expedition in Australia and New Zealand to find the rare embryos of an unusual shark cousin enabled American and British researchers to confirm new developmental similarities between fish ...

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First Strawberry Genome Sequence Promises Better Berries

University of New Hampshire

An international team of researchers have completed the first DNA sequence of any strawberry plant, giving breeders much-needed tools to create tastier, healthier strawberries. UNH’s Tom Davis was a ...

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Being Poor Can Suppress Children’s Genetic Potentials

University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin)

Growing up poor can suppress a child’s genetic potential to excel cognitively even before the age of 2. Half of the gains that wealthier children show between 10 months and 2 years ...

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