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14 new childhood developmental disorders identified

The largest-ever genetic study of children with previously undiagnosed rare developmental disorders has discovered 14 new developmental disorders...[T]he research led ...
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CRISPR can now modify genes at any stage of cell development in every tissue in the body

Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and University of Cambridge researchers have created sOPTiKO, a more efficient and controllable CRISPR genome editing ...

New single-injection Ebola vaccine promising in human trials

The publication of research showing the efficacy of the Ebola VSV-ZEBOV vaccine represents an incredible and humbling achievement that has only ...

The papers of Watson, Crick, and other genetics pioneers now available online

The following is an excerpt. Codebreakers: Makers of modern genetics, which launches today, contains more than one million pages ...

Whole-genome sequencing tracks spread of severe intestinal disease in sub-Saharan Africa

The emergence and spread of a particularly virulent and rapidly evolving strain of Salmonella bacteria may have been made worse ...
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