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Key to fecal transplants could revolve around ‘recipe and preparation’

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Fecal transplants are slowly becoming a more effective, and more palatable option for various gut disorders, such as IBS or ...
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Many people are confused and concerned about human gene editing. They might just need a ‘better understanding’ of how it works

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Genome editing has struck a public nerve in a more profound way than most new medical technologies ...
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Why a proposed DNA data protection plan is a great idea that may be too late to help

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Legal experts, biologists and policy analysists are calling for DNA data regulation, but the cat is already out of the ...
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Finding echoes of cancer journey in Netflix’s Black Mirror: Bandersnatch

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The 'choose your own path' nature of Bandersnatch echoes a journey with breast cancer ...
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I’m a geneticist. A DNA test uncovered a half-sister and sparked painful questions

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My own discovery is so overwhelming that I can’t talk about it much, even though my new half-sister has possibly ...
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Genetics pioneer James Watson stripped of final honorary titles over race views

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It's the latest chapter of the dark side of Dr. Watson ...
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Selling yourself: There’s a growing market for your DNA data

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Citizen scientists are supplying the data stream to drive precision medicine ...
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How anti-Semitism shaped the genes of Jewish people

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Evidence of past outrages is not only in the history books. It's also written in our genomes ...
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Viewpoint: Putting CRISPR babies in context—learning from the past instead of panicking in the present

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The brouhaha against the gene-edited twins echoes recent history of alternative reproductive technologies ...
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Hiding in plain sight: Exploring Parkinson’s link to the appendix

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Lurking in the layers of the human appendix lie deposits of alpha-synuclein, a protein prone to gumminess, like sticky rice ...
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Genes and giraffes: What do those spots tell us?

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Giraffes' spotty exterior provides more than camouflage ...
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How Freddie Mercury got his voice: It wasn’t his teeth

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Shortly into the film Bohemian Rhapsody, Freddie Mercury attributes his magnificent voice to four extra incisors: “extra teeth equals extra ...
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Not-so-mad scientists and why they’re making human body parts

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Halloween brings a cornucopia of candy body parts, so it’s a good time to review recent advances in organoid technology ...
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Why we may need a ‘Noah’s Ark’ of microbes to protect our health in the future

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Preserving human microbiomes today, especially the more diverse ones from traditional peoples in developing nations, may provide treatments for diseases ...
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Mosquito massacre: Can we safely tackle malaria with a CRISPR gene drive?

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CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing quickly decimated two caged populations of malaria-bearing mosquitoes (Anopheles gambiae) in a recent study, introducing a new ...
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‘Voluntary euthanasia’: Are we ready to harvest organs while donors are still alive?

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In the dystopian society of Nobel prizewinner Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go, cloned people are raised to provide organs for ...
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Food myth busting: Is tilapia a toxic ‘frankenfish’?

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Posts were appearing on my Facebook feed warning against the dangers of eating tilapia. So I decided to do a ...
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Gene silencing through RNA interference scores first drug approval

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The Food and Drug Administration recently approved the first drug based on RNA interference (RNAi). Unlike media darlings gene therapy ...
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Were there two routes into North America? Genetics meets archaeology

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Popular accounts of the peopling of North America paint a picture of a lone long-ago trek across the Bering Land ...
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DNA testing to reunite separated families—what we learned from the grandmothers of Argentina

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The idea to use DNA testing to reunite families separated at US borders due to the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” ...
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Alternate facts: Why are we still telling women that abortion causes breast cancer?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
On June 26th, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of crisis pregnancy centers that were challenging a California law, the Reproductive ...
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Battling constipation with synthetic biology and DNA manipulation

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Ateam of researchers has cleverly combined synthetic biology, recombinant DNA technology and microbiome manipulation to fashion a novel targeted treatment ...
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Viewpoint: Why we aren’t yet on the verge of a preemie prediction test

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Earlier this month, I saw an interesting juxtaposition of newly-published papers making headlines. One was about predicting breast cancer recurrence ...
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Can the Egyptian fruit bat’s unusual genome show us how to fight deadly Marburg virus?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The Egyptian fruit bat's immune system enables it to peacefully co-exist with Marburg virus, which can cause a swiftly deadly ...
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Quick fix: Gene therapy could offer less invasive pet contraception

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Might gene therapy provide a one-time, far less invasive way to ensure that cats and dogs do not beget kittens ...
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New forensic tool: Using DNA to predict hair, eye and skin color

Genetic Literacy Project | 
On May 14, a man walking along the shore on Gabriola Island in British Columbia came upon a washed-up human ...
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Making sense of crowdfunding for unapproved stem cell treatments

Genetic Literacy Project | 
When FDA approval for a technology or treatment lags behind demand, crowdfunding steps in. Desperate patients or their families launch ...
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Genetic privacy and the case of the Golden State Killer—diving into the science

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Consumer DNA testing companies are rushing to reassure customers about the security of their genetic information following news that DNA ...