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Gene mutations not always expressed as complete disease

...aisesanother question:"As the human genome project nears completion in 2003, what other geneticdisorders will follow a similar paradigm?"...

Children are at greatest risk of eye damage during the eclipse

...pse will occur at the height of summer, as the sun nears its zenith over a densely populated area and therefore may be followed by an even greater incidence of retinal injury than reported after other recent eclipses, he says. Solar retinopathy is caused by looking at the sun with the naked eye, causing ...

Drought brings environmental, ecological changes

Blue crabs in downtown Dover and salty water nears Poughkeepsie The drought of 1999 is causing more than frustration for farmers and homeowners in the eastern half of the country. Without fresh water to rinse out rivers and streams, salt water is creeping further up river in many areas. And that ...

CWRU med school snares $3 million Howard Hughes Institute grant to build structural biology program

...CWRU. As the Human Genome Project's initial phase nears completion and provides a map of all human genes, structural biologists will work to unravel the steps that occur on a molecular level that lead from genes to proteins, to cells, to organisms and disease. Their work will have broad applications in di...

NIH awards UCSF $12 million in new national effort to learn how genes affect people's repsonses to medicines

...e high-profile effort to decipher the human genome nears completion, scientists nationwide are launching another ambitious project -- this time to learn how variations in genes affect people's responses to drugs. Differences of a single "letter" among many thousands in the DNA instructions of a gene are th...

Chemists report new approach to synthetic fragments of medically important Heparin

...ime target of science. As the Human Genome Project nears completion, researchers will be seeing more and more ways that proteins function and createor preventdisease. Many of the newly discovered proteins may interact with Heparin. "Carbohydrates have enormous potential to carry information, and that's on...

Medicine made to match genetic profile

...en harm, someone else. As the Human Genome Project nears completion, pharmacogenetics is getting a lot of attention, because it could make it possible for physicians to prescribe safer and more effective drugs and therapies tailored to each patient's unique genetic code. During the "2001 Genome Seminar: ...

International rice genome project progressing ahead of schedule

... This percentage continues to grow as the project nears completion. Since Monsanto's genome sequencing data was made available nearly two years ago, there has been an enormous increase in the amount of sequence data being deposited in public databases, said Ben Burr, co-lead of the IRGSP. The result is a...

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