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1 Don't ignore genetic data from minority populations
2 Nature Genetics: African cattle bred for toughness tested by climate change
3 About 14% of cerebral palsy cases may be tied to brain wiring genes
4 The controversial company using DNA to sketch the faces of criminals
5 Weapons for when bigotry claims science as its ally
6 Cerebral palsy risk has genetic component | 2020-09-29
7 Beyond Nature vs. Nurture, What Makes Us Ourselves?
8 Research Support Specialist (Human Genetics)
9 Genetic 'time travel' helps discover new cattle traits
10 Scientists identify mutations in single genes linked to certain cases of cerebral palsy
11 Epigenetic Drivers for Alzheimer’s Disease Discovered
12 Scientists use 'genomic time-travel' to discover new genetic traits in African cattle
13 Scientists raid DNA to explore Vikings’ genetic roots
14 Two Master projects: “Relationship between genetic biodiversity and
15 Penn researchers uncover epigenetic drivers for Alzheimer's disease
16 The coronavirus is mutating — does it matter?
17 Analysis of wild tomatoes elucidates genetic basis underlying fruit traits
18 Postdoctoral Fellow – Computational Biology, Genomics, and Population
19 Study Validates New Genetic Test's Ability to Predict Future Diseases, Distinguishing Disease Status Between Siblings
20 funded study sheds light on abnormal neural function in rare genetic disorder
21 Evolution is evolving: 13 ways we must rethink the theory of nature
22 Unsustainable charcoal, COVID spreads on plane and antibody cocktails
23 Epigenetic Drivers of Alzheimer's Disease Identified
24 No vehicle means a hard road to health care for millions of people
25 Study into left-handedness finds 41 genetic variants that influence it
26 Carcinogens need not be mutagens | 2020-09-29
27 California Governor vetoes bill to establish the Genetic Information Privacy Act
28 Novel Approach Uses Genetic Data To Reduce Drug Development Failures
29 African Cattle Bred for 'Toughness' are Now Resilient to Climate Change, Finds Genetic Study
30 A robot triumphs in a curling match against elite humans
31 Genetic Study of Proteins Is a Breakthrough in Drug Development for Complex Diseases
32 After decades of trying, scientists coax plastic particles into a diamond-like structure
33 NOVA: Human Nature
34 Nature Papers on Role of Plasma Proteins, Crystal Structure of Cas9 Ortholog
35 A milestone in human genetics highlights diversity gaps
36 Fast coronavirus tests: what they can and can't do
37 A brief history of human disease genetics
38 Ocugen to Participate in a Virtual Fireside Chat at the Chardan Genetic Medicines Conference
39 Fellow Positions at The State Key Laboratory of Crop Stress
40 Pan-Cancer Analysis of Whole Genomes (PCAWG)
41 Genetics Steps In to Help Tell the Story of Human Origins
42 ‘No genetic basis to shift Gujarat’s pride to Madhya Pradesh’
43 Stanford researchers unravel how a common genetic deletion elevates schizophrenia risk
44 A Doctor's Diary: Genetic Instructions
45 Vikings Weren't All Scandinavian, Ancient DNA Study Shows | Archaeology, Genetics
46 MSU's Peterson contributes to significant cotton genomics study published in Nature Genetics
47 What is that? Madison woman finds rare striped copperhead snake
48 Australian volunteers wanted for eating disorders study
49 Your personal genomic profile could guide treatment if you contract COVID
50 CU Boulder scientists identify gene family key to unlocking vertebrate evolution
51 The return of Europe's largest beasts
52 One number could help reveal how infectious a COVID-19 patient is. Should test results include it?
53 Stanford scientists solve secret of nerve cells marking a form of schizophrenia
54 Shifts in butterfly mating preferences
55 Two postdocs: Developing GWAS methods, with a focus on prediction of
56 Inside mitochondria and their fascinating genome
57 Five coronavirus mysteries scientists are still racing to solve
58 The next chapter for African genomics
59 New institute to study behavioral plasticity in locusts to support sustainable food systems
60 CRISPR gene editing in human embryos wreaks chromosomal mayhem
61 'Brussels Effect': Europe's CRISPR crop rules may have 'costly' international economic impacts
62 China's massive effort to collect its people's DNA concerns scientists
63 Genetic predisposition to mosaic Y chromosome loss in blood
64 Faculty Position in Genetics
65 Daily briefing: Genetic evidence of Native American ancestry among Polynesian people
66 Crack down on genomic surveillance
67 Super-precise new CRISPR tool could tackle a plethora of genetic diseases
68 Genetic drivers of high-rise rice that survives deep floods
69 Researchers at Powdermill Nature Reserve find rare bird showing male and female plumage
70 The virus causing COVID-19 most likely evolved in natural wildlife populations before spreading to humans
71 Secret of how fish repair their hearts could help cardiac...
72 Scientist Curator
73 The evolutionary history of 2658 cancers
74 Smallpox and other viruses plagued humans much earlier than suspected
75 Agritech Start-ups Should Design Automated Products: Asis Datta, Indian Biochemist & Genetic Engineer
76 The hidden links between mental disorders
77 First genomic study of schizophrenia in African people turns up broken genes
78 Six reference-quality genomes reveal evolution of bat adaptations
79 Regeneron's REGN-COV2 Antibody Cocktail Reduced Viral Levels and Improved Symptoms in Non-Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients
80 Boundless Bio Announces Publication in Nature Genetics Detailing the Association Between Extrachromosomal DNA-Based Oncogene Amplification and Poor Cancer Outcomes
81 Dogs caught coronavirus from their owners, genetic analysis suggests
82 Podcast Extra: Epigenetics
83 Controversial 'gay gene' app provokes fears of a genetic Wild West
84 Scientific Editor
85 Step aside CRISPR, RNA editing is taking off
86 A positively selected FBN1 missense variant reduces height in Peruvian individuals
87 The promise and peril of the new science of social genomics
88 The gene-based hack that is revolutionizing epidemiology
89 Genetic analyses of diverse populations improves discovery for complex traits
90 Neanderthal gene linked to increased pain sensitivity
91 Expensive treatments for genetic disorders are arriving. But who should foot the bill?
92 The nature of Neanderthal introgression revealed by 27566 Icelandic genomes
93 Rapid reconstruction of SARS-CoV-2 using a synthetic genomics platform
94 Vor Biopharma and Arbor Biotechnologies to Collaborate on Engineered Hematopoietic Stem-Cell Therapies
95 No 'gay gene': Massive study homes in on genetic basis of human sexuality
96 In the fight for racial justice, Native stories should not be ignored
97 Index and biological spectrum of human DNase I hypersensitive sites
98 How evolution builds genes from scratch
99 A dynastic elite in monumental Neolithic society
100 Snapshots of a genetic cut-and-paste