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September 7, 2012--------News Archive

Master Gene Affects Neurons Governing Breathing at Birth and in Adults
When mice are born lacking the master gene Atoh1, none breathe well, all die as newborns; understanding why and how this occurs provides new answers to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)

Well-known Clathrin Protein Reveals New Tricks
Study shows clathrin protein plays a key role in cell division

September 6, 2012--------News Archive

Order Amidst the Chaos Within the Human Genome
In your genes, Mom and dad's contributions count, and fossil DNA is not dead after all

Preeclampsia Poses Significant Long-Term Health Risk
Researchers have determined that preeclampsia is a significant risk factor for long-term health issues, such as chronic hypertension and hospitalizations later in life

A High-Fat Diet and Loss of Estrogen Leads Women To Store More Abdominal Fat Than Men
A high-fat diet triggers chemical reactions in female mice that could explain why women are more likely than men to gain fat in the abdomen and why women gain fat following menopause

September 5, 2012--------News Archive

Molecule Reverses Some Fragile X Syndrome Defects
Scientists have designed a compound that shows promise as a potential therapy for one of the diseases closely linked to fragile X syndrome, a genetic condition that causes mental retardation, infertility, and memory impairment, and is the only known single-gene cause of autism

Gene Regulation's Role in Predisposing Us to Common Diseases
Genetic disease risk between one individual and another are based on complex origins that may reflect differences in the genes or differences in the regions regulating these genes

Neural Pathway Controlling Skeletal Development
Researchers have discovered a neural pathway in the parasympathetic nervous system that reaches the bones and participates in the control of bone development

September 4, 2012--------News Archive

Unraveling Secrets of Genetic Switches
Biophysicists have experimentally demonstrated, for the fist time, how the nonspecific binding of C1 protein bends DNA and helps it close a loop acting like a switch to turn off virulence

Immunological Genome Project Probes Every Type of Immune Cell
They haven’t cured the common cold yet, but a nationwide “big science” team aims to orchestrate immune responses to better fight disease

Kinetochore Structure Reveals How It Takes Hold
The kinetochore is the bulky molecular machine that connects a chromosome to the long, thin microtubules which tugg the chromosome to one end of a dividing cell

September 3, 2012--------News Archive

Chemical Exposure in the Womb from Household Items May Contribute to Obesity
Pregnant women who are highly exposed to common environmental chemicals - polyfluoroalkyl compounds (PFCs) - have babies that are smaller at birth and larger at 20 months of age

Mouse Model for Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (POI)
Scientists have established a genetic mouse model for primary ovarian insufficiency (POI), a human condition in which women experience irregular menstrual cycles and reduced fertility, and early exposure to estrogen deficiency

Moving Toward Regeneration
Scientists show how pluripotent stem cells mobilize in wounded planarian worms, to better understand stem cell behavior in regeneration and disease

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