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[7/20/2014] Common gene variants account for most genetic risk for autism

[7/20/2014] Genetic risk for autism stems mostly from common genes

[7/20/2014] Singapore scientists discover genetic cause of common breast tumo...

[7/18/2014] Regeneron to Report Second Quarter 2014 Financial and Operating R...

[7/18/2014] A new cellular garbage control pathway with relevance for human n...

[7/18/2014] Genetic Blueprint of Bread Wheat Genome Unveiled

[7/17/2014] Genetic blueprint of bread wheat genome unveiled

[7/17/2014] First comprehensive library of master genetic switches in plants

[7/17/2014] CNIO researchers discover a gene that links stem cells, aging and...

[7/17/2014] First Comprehensive Library of Master Genetic Switches in Plants

[7/17/2014] Splice-switching oligonucleotide therapeutics is new method for e...

[7/17/2014] Global Market for Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells to Reach $2.9 Bi...

[7/17/2014] Millennium Laboratories Expands Pharmacogenetic Test to Help Clin...

[7/17/2014] Study shows how effects of starvation can be passed to future gen...

[7/16/2014] NIH scientists identify gene linked to fatal inflammatory disease...

[7/16/2014] Pioneer in next generation sequencing receives 2014 HudsonAlpha L...

[7/16/2014] Does intravenous transplantation of BMSCs promote neural regenera...

[7/16/2014] Sources of Error and the Role of Replicates in Next Generation Se...

[7/15/2014] Gene discovery could lead to better soybean varieties for Norther...

[7/15/2014] QIAGEN Advances Leadership in Pre-Analytical Solutions for Next-g...


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