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But that may soon change, as the legume is poised to be a key food in helping feed millions in developing countries. It is getting help from a worldwide team of geneticists: the International Peanut Genome Initiative, of which UC Davis is a member.
Victims of North Carolina's decades long eugenics program continue to come forward in advance of a looming deadline to claim compensation. As of Thursday, 630 people believed to have been victims of the sterilization program had submitted claims to
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Hope, however, has proved otherwise. The dog, who has lost one leg and half of another, does not let the disability hold her back and has become the most mischievous of four pets at her Charlotte, North Carolina, family home. She has even started
Not only in the sense that both nature and nurture contribute, but that they interact with each other," he added. When it came to music accomplishment, genes had a bigger influence on those who practiced than those who did not, the findings showed.
Craig Mello "It's really powerful, it's a really exciting development," says Craig Mello of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He won the Nobel Prize in 2006 for a different technique that also lets scientists modify how genes work...
San Diego County biotech firm Life Technologies Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times Molecular biologist Mindy Landes prepares a DNA sample for analysis in a Personal Genome Machine at Life Technologies in Carlsbad, Calif. The company makes machines
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THE program allows a computer to scour family snaps for facial features characteristic of conditions such as Down's syndrome. In future, it could be used to identify people born with such disorders, allowing them to be given early treatment and
But after a standard physical, test results revealed he had Marfan syndrome. "They said I wouldn't be able to play basketball no more, at a competitive level. ... They told me my arteries and my heart are enlarged, and that if I overwork myself or