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Feb 14, 2014------News ArchiveLatest research covered daily, archived weekly

Oxytocin controls chloride affecting onset of autism
The scientific community agrees that autism has its origins in early fetal life —and/or immediately after birth.

Feb 13, 2014------News ArchiveLatest research covered daily, archived weekly

Genome editing goes hi-fi
Innovative technique to edit genetic code — one letter at a time — paves the way to potentially cure genetic diseases.

Feb 12, 2014------News ArchiveLatest research covered daily, archived weekly

Gene defect found may cause developmental errors
Melbourne researchers have made a major step in understanding how changes in the cellular process called minor class splicing. The defect may cause a severe developmental disease known as Taybi-Linder syndrome.

Feb 11, 2014------News ArchiveLatest research covered daily, archived weekly

Tracing the uniqueness of cells using math
Stem cells can turn into heart cells, skin cells can mutate into cancer cells; even cells of the same tissue type exhibit small differences. Currently, scientists use labor intense analysis to investigate these small differences. But such methods have considerable inaccuracies too. Now, science has found a way to simplify and improve this analysis — using math.

Feb 10, 2014------News ArchiveLatest research covered daily, archived weekly

Our brains, pivotal need for iodine/brain stem cells
Max Planck researchers know why iodine deficiency during pregnancy can have disastrous effects. Without iodine, no thyroid hormones are produced. Thyroid hormones work together with a protein molecule found on brain stem cell surfaces, to enlarge our cerebral cortex.

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