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Scientists have learned how to interrupt cancer cell growth; allowing them to prevent cancer's adaptation to treatment

SCIENTISTS HAVE LEARNED HOW TO INTERRUPT CANCER CELL GROWTH; ALLOWING THEM TO PREVENT CANCER'S ADAPTATION TO TREATMENT

It has been 16 years since the human genome was decoded - an accomplishment that scientists hoped would someday prove useful in cancer...

One For All: HiFi Long Reads for de Novo Assembly and Comprehensive Variant Detection

ONE FOR ALL: HIFI LONG READS FOR DE NOVO ASSEMBLY AND COMPREHENSIVE VARIANT DETECTION

CCS read protocol We're excited to report on new SMRT Sequencing advances that will ultimately help users generate extremely accurate,...

 
 
 

SEX INFLUENCES DNA METHYLATION AND GENE EXPRESSION IN HUMAN SKELETAL MUSCLE MYOBLASTS AND MYOTUBES

Abstract Background Sex differences are known to impact muscle phenotypes, metabolism, and disease risk. Skeletal muscle stem cells...

SIM1000G: A USER-FRIENDLY GENETIC VARIANT SIMULATOR IN R FOR UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILY-BASED DESIGNS

Abstract Background Simulation of genetic variants data is frequently required for the evaluation of statistical methods in the fields...

 
 
 

HERPES VIRUSES AND TUMORS EVOLVED TO LEARN HOW TO MANIPULATE THE SAME ANCIENT RNA

Herpes viral infections use the ancient genetic material found in the human genome to proliferate, mimicking the same process tumors...

CIRCULATING MIR-3659 MAY BE A POTENTIAL BIOMARKER OF DYSLIPIDEMIA IN PATIENTS WITH OBESITY

Abstract Background The present study attempted to identify potential key genes and miRNAs of dyslipidemia in obese, and to investigate...

 
 
 

ENDORNAVIRUSES: PERSISTENT DSRNA VIRUSES WITH SYMBIOTIC PROPERTIES IN DIVERSE EUKARYOTES

Abstract Endornaviruses are unique, persistent, double-stranded RNA viruses with symbiotic properties that infect diverse eukaryotes,...

Webinar Recap: SMRT Sequencing offers Many Advantages for Microbial Research

WEBINAR RECAP: SMRT SEQUENCING OFFERS MANY ADVANTAGES FOR MICROBIAL RESEARCH

According to many, PacBio is the new “gold standard” in microbial sequencing. Chief Scientific Officer Jonas Korlach notes that its...

 
 
 

MSC: A METAGENOMIC SEQUENCE CLASSIFICATION ALGORITHM

AbstractMotivationMetagenomics is the study of genetic materials directly sampled from natural habitats. It has the potential to reveal...

TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF CHILLING STRESS RESPONSIVE LONG NONCODING RNAS IN POPULUS SIMONII

Abstract Key message We report genome-wide identification and functional prediction of lncRNAs under chilling stress, the present study...

 
 
 

COMPLETE GENOME SEQUENCE OF CAULOBACTER FLAVUS RHGG3 T , A TYPE SPECIES OF THE GENUS CAULOBACTER WITH PLANT GROWTH-PROMOTING TRAITS AND HEAVY METAL RESISTANCE

Abstract Caulobacter flavus RHGG3 T , a novel type species in the genus Caulobacter , originally isolated from rhizosphere soil of...

INTERNATIONAL PLANT & ANIMAL GENOME XXVII

PAG brings together over 3,000 leading genetic scientists and researchers in plant and animal research, and over 130 exhibits, 150...

 
 
 

NRGENE AND TOYOTA COLLABORATE TO DEVELOP STRAWBERRY VARIETIES TO BETTER ENABLE LOCAL PRODUCTION FOR THE JAPANESE MARKET

NESS ZIONA, Israel & SAN DIEGO & AICHI, Japan--lt;a href="" target=" blank"gt; AIlt;/agt;-The decoding of a leading commercial strawberry...

Museum Genomes Explain the Plight of the Grauer's Gorilla

MUSEUM GENOMES EXPLAIN THE PLIGHT OF THE GRAUER'S GORILLA

When a population rapidly plummets, the chance sampling of genetic drift and inevitable inbreeding can accelerate the pace of extinction....

 
 
 
Scientists Resolve Epilepsy-Causing Repeat Expansion with Sequel System

SCIENTISTS RESOLVE EPILEPSY-CAUSING REPEAT EXPANSION WITH SEQUEL SYSTEM

Scientists in Japan report using the unique properties of SMRT Sequencing to detect a structural variant responsible for a hereditary...

SMRT Grant Winner: Uncovering the Metabolic Secrets of Hibernation

SMRT GRANT WINNER: UNCOVERING THE METABOLIC SECRETS OF HIBERNATION

What has four legs, lots of fat and fur, and will possibly help uncover novel mechanisms to combat diabetes? Grizzly bears! If humans...

 
 
 

POLYDFEV2.0: TESTING FOR INVARIANCE OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF FITNESS EFFECTS WITHIN AND ACROSS SPECIES

AbstractSummaryDistributions of fitness effects of mutations can be inferred from site frequency spectrum data. There is mounting interest...

THE DNA WALK AND ITS DEMONSTRATION OF DETERMINISTIC CHAOS- RELEVANCE TO GENOMIC ALTERATIONS IN LUNG CANCER

AbstractMotivationAdvancements in cancer genetics have facilitated the development of therapies with actionable mutations. Although...

 
 
 

SCIENTISTS CALL FOR MORE DIVERSITY IN GENOMIC RESEARCH

A growing number of genomic studies have generated important discoveries regarding human health and behaviour, but new research from...

A NOVEL THERMAL STABLE CARBONYL REDUCTASE FROM BACILLUS CEREUS BY GENE MINING AS BIOCATALYST FOR Β-CARBONYL ESTER ASYMMETRIC REDUCTION REACTION

Abstract Carbonyl reductase, as biocatalyst, is very important to chiral alcohols production through asymmetric reduction of carbonyl...