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Biology professor and brain researcher is featured as part of Cell journal’s 40 under 40
After HIV is detected in Mississippi baby thought to be cured, researchers look beyond antiretroviral prophylaxis
Findings in Cell Reports have implications for the development of new treatments
Study suggests that fasting may benefit cancer patients, the elderly and people with immune defects
The Supreme Court's decision to invalidate Myriad’s patents on the BRCA genes has wide-reaching ramifications for genetic testing and patients’ options
Researchers make new bone from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) made from an animal’s own skin cells
Insights into rare disorder may have important implications for the treatment of common disorders
The open access journal Genomics Data helps researchers make the most of their data
Findings may lead to gender-specific approaches for the screening of neurodevelopmental disorders
Housecat-sized tigrina are endangered; by studying their genetics, ecology and evolution, scientists hope to find conservation strategies
Ninety percent of major diseases are related to aging; understanding the genetics of aging is key to a longer and healthier life
Study of a morbidly obese family provides new insights into the pathways that control weight and nutritional status
Animated shorts are created by young Canadian researchers and narrated by renowned scientists
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