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[12/4/2013] TGen, Barrow and PCH receive $4 million grant to study genetic ba...

[12/3/2013] Top scientists to present at Epigenetic Control and Cellular Plas...

[12/2/2013] Genetic mutation may play key role in risk of lethal prostate can...

[12/2/2013] Epigenetics by Lyle Armstrong -- Now available

[12/1/2013] Air pollution and genetics combine to increase risk for autism

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[11/26/2013] Genetics contribute to increased risk for end-stage renal disease...

[11/22/2013] Powerful tool for genetic engineering

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[11/18/2013] Researchers develop new approach to identify possible ecological ...

[11/15/2013] Proove Biosciences to Present Research on the Genetics of Pain Me...

[11/14/2013] Potential drug target in sight for rare genetic disease

[11/14/2013] Clinical ovarian cancers display extensive genetic heterogeneity,...

[11/14/2013] Genetic signature identified for RSV, the leading cause of infant...

[11/11/2013] Nurture impacts nature: Experiences leave genetic mark on brain, ...

[11/10/2013] Cause of genetic disorder found in 'dark matter' of DNA


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