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Article ID: 689879

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Harvard Medical School

To help catalyze the development of genetic therapies, Harvard Medical School is launching a new program aimed at educating pharma and biotech leaders on the latest advances in genetics and how to optimize them for drug discovery and other therapeutic innovations.

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Article ID: 689873

Benson Hill Biosystems Receives Patent for Novel CRISPR Technology

Benson Hill Biosystems

Benson Hill Biosystems, a crop improvement company, has been granted a patent for its portfolio of genome editing nucleases. Benson Hill empowers companies across the agri-food value chain with a fully enabling genome editing system to tap natural genetic diversity as a source of differentiation in product development.

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Article ID: 689753

As Climate Changes, So Could the Genes of the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly

University of Notre Dame

Researchers from the University of Notre Dame warn climate change can not only influence the geographic distribution of a species in response to changing conditions — it could also affect the evolutionary trajectories of interbreeding species.

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20-Feb-2018 2:45 PM EST
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Article ID: 689851

“Icebreaker” Protein Opens Genome for T Cell Development, Penn Researchers Find

Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Researchers describe the role of a transcription factor called TCF-1 in targeting the condensed chromatin and regulating the availability of genome sequences in T-cell development. The new connection between TCF-1 and chromatin will aid in developing new therapies using epigenetic drugs to alter T-cell fate in cancer, autoimmune disorders, and infectious diseases.

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Article ID: 689799

New Prostate Cancer Risk Model Could Better Guide Treatment

Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

A new model developed by Michigan Medicine researchers could change treatment guidelines for nearly two-thirds of men with localized prostate cancer.

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Duplicate Genes Help Animals Resolve Sexual Conflict

University of Chicago Medical Center

Duplicate copies of a gene shared by male and female fruit flies have evolved to resolve competing demands between the sexes. New genetic analysis by researchers at the University of Chicago describes how these copies have evolved separate male- and female-specific functions that are crucial to reproduction and fertility.

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New Algorithm Can Pinpoint Mutations Favored by Natural Selection in Large Sections of the Human Genome

University of California San Diego

A team of scientists has developed an algorithm that can accurately pinpoint, in large regions of the human genome, mutations favored by natural selection. The finding provides deeper insight into how evolution works, and ultimately could lead to better treatments for genetic disorders. For example, adaptation to chronic hypoxia at high altitude can suggest targets for cardiovascular and other ischemic diseases.

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New Research: Increased Stress on Fathers Leads to Brain Development Changes in Offspring

University of Maryland School of Medicine

New research in mice has found that a father’s stress affects the brain development of his offspring. This stress changes the father’s sperm, which can then alter the brain development of the child. This new research provides a much better understanding of the key role that fathers play in the brain development of offspring.

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