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Whitehead press seminar 2001: new horizons in the post-genome world

.Now that the hoopla surrounding the genome papers has settled down a bit, you may be wondering whats next? Nothing short of a technological revolution in biomedicine, according to Eric Lander, Director of the Whitehead Institute Center for Genome Research. But of the countless new technologies on the horizon, which ones will improve our health and lifestyles and which ones will fall by the ways...

Whitehead Institute receives National Science Foundation grant to sequence Neurospora

... The Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research in ...Cambridge,Massachusetts, has received a two-year, $5.25 million ...grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to sequence the ...genome of the common laboratory fungus Neurospora crassa and to ...deposit the information in public databases. ... ... "The National Science Foundation is delighted to support the ...complete seque...

Whitehead press seminar: Beyond the scientific frontier

.Imagine being able to look into a crystal ball to see what the new millennium holds for science and medicine. Will gene therapy revolutionize the way physicians treat disease? Will police officers arrive at crime scenes sporting hand-held DNA sequencers? Will people be living on Marsand facing a unique set of biomedical challenges? Will xenotransplantation, cloning, and tissue engineering o...

Millennium and the Whitehead Institute identify novel protein important in fat absorption

. Discovery of Potential Target for Improved Obesity Therapeutics .Described in the Cover Article of Molecular Cell . .Cambridge, Mass., September 24, 1999 -- Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc (Nasdaq:.MLNM) and the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research today announced the.discovery of a novel protein involved in fat absorption. Data relating to the.identification and function of the protei...

Whitehead Receives $35 Million Grant From National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI)

. International Consortium Announces Successful Completion of Pilot Project;.Accelerated Timetable for Large-scale Effort to Sequence the Human Genome . .Cambridge, Massachusetts--The Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Medical.Research will receive approximately $35 million from the National Human Genome.Research Institute (NHGRI), National Institutes of Health, to participate in the.first year...

Whitehead Receives $7 million NIH Grant To Build High-Speed Sequencing Machines

.The Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research has received a three-year, $7.million grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute to develop chip-.based genome sequencing machines that can sequence 7 million DNA letters per.day, or 2 billion letters per year. Once these machines are up and running, it.would be possible to use as few as 20 machines to sequence an entire mammalian.ge...

Whitehead Study Supports Existence Of Ancient RNA World, Helps Provide Insight Into Early Evolution Of Life

. For decades, many researchers thought that ribonucleic acid, or RNA, was.nothing more than a molecular interpreter that helps translate DNA codes into.proteins. But research over the past 15 years, including studies at the.Whitehead Institute, has been lending credence to the notion of a so-called "RNA.world," an era in early evolution when all life forms were based on RNA. ....

Whitehead Study Establishes Role Of DNA Methylation In The Stability Of DNA, Suggests Possible Role Of Undermethylation In Cancer

. Scientists at the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research have.established for the first time that DNA methylation, a chemical process by which.cells alter how genes are read without changing the basic text, may also be.responsible for maintaining the integrity of the genome, or in other words, for.ensuring that the 3 billion-letter DNA code is copied accurately when cells.divide....
(Date:4/22/2014)... MD, April 22, 2014: The Association for Molecular ... The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics on recommendations ... baccalaureate and master,s levels of education. The report ... Curriculum Task Force of the AMP Training and ... critical need of educating future medical laboratory scientists ...
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(Date:4/22/2014)... This news release is available in German . ... F. Perutz Laboratories of the University of Vienna and the ... Zurich, have now shown how double stranded RNA, such as ... a cell. During the immune response against viral infection, the ... cytoplasm. There it modifies viral RNA to inhibit reproduction of ...
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