ARHGAP35 is a novel factor that has been disrupted in human eye growth patterns

Ma A, Yousoof S, Grigg JR, Flaherty M, Minoche AE, Cowley MJ, et al. Revealing hidden genetic diagnoses in anterior segment disorders. Gene Med. 2020; 22: 1623-1632. Article CAS PubMed PubMed Central Google Scholar Chassaing N, Causse A, Vigouroux A, Delahaye A, Alessandri JL, Boespflug-Tanguy O, et al. Molecular findings and clinical data in a … Read more

3-year-old Hannah Harlow has been named the 2023 CMN Miracle Child

“It was like God brought us together,” said Dr. Ana Gutierrez-Alvarez of meeting and helping with Hannah Harlow’s diagnosis. “It was basically a miracle.” Tyler, Texas – Hannah Harlow loves wearing princess dresses, dancing, tumbling, and just being a happy 3-year-old. She is so excited to be in 2023 Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Miracle Child … Read more

The study found a “possible biological and genetic overlap” between carpal tunnel syndrome and migraines

Newswise – November 29, 2022 – Patients undergoing surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome and other superior nerve compression syndromes are more likely to be diagnosed with migraine.Study reports in the December issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®And the The official medical journal of American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). The magazine is published in Lippincott’s … Read more

Tracing the DNA of Columbus: Two Spain Exhumations Seek to Determine the Explorer’s Lineage Once and for All | culture

When Christopher Columbus died on May 20, 1506 in Valladolid, Spain, he left a historical legacy and a mystery about his true origins. Conflicting legends have emerged about Columbus’ legacy. The official theory has long considered that the navigator who reached America was the Genoese. In 1898, another hypothesis posited that the explorer was born … Read more

The passion for strawberries sparks the students’ education and career goals

PhD in Plant Breeding, Genetics and Biotechnology. Student Ashley Wright focuses her research on strawberries and focuses her teaching on improving scientific knowledge in non-STEM disciplines. Ashley Wright PhD student in Plant Breeding, Genetics and Biotechnology (PBGB) Program at Michigan State University. She is researching resistance breeding in strawberries while also pursuing a college teaching … Read more

Are we calling “invasive species” unfairly? Conservationists debate whether their positive qualities signal a rethink

a A little over a decade ago, Jason Gleditch was clearing his Asian honeysuckle when he noticed the birds. Robins and gray birds flocked around the forest in the fall, attracted by the ripe, fatty fruits. Originally introduced as an ornamental plant in the early 1900s, Asian honeysuckle spread quickly across the east coast of … Read more

Learning mitigates genetic drift Scientific reports

Genetic drift describes random fluctuations in allelic diversity in a population. In this article, we conclude that a systematic increase in an organism’s chances of survival in response to a random source of death, for example, learning from experience, mitigates genetic drift (a decrease in the number of alleles) even when overall mortality rates remain … Read more

A Naxalite Tribesman Now a Geneticist in the US – The New Indian Express

Express News Service Maharashtra: It was no simple journey for this tribal boy from the Naxalite region of Chandrapur in Maharashtra, who once wanted to become an IAS officer, but then went on to become a geneticist in the US. Bhaskar Chintaman Helmi He completed his primary school in his small village in Chandrapur. “It … Read more

Research: AI designs synthetic DNA for drug development of the future

With the help of artificial intelligence, researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have succeeded in designing synthetic DNA that controls cell protein production. Technology can contribute to the development and production of vaccines, medicines for severe diseases, as well as alternative food proteins faster and at much lower costs than they are today. How … Read more

Uta’s dad wrote a book inspired by a son with a rare genetic disorder

Cameron and Hannah Bell, with their son Samuel, who has a rare genetic disorder called Trisomy 9p. Cameron says he was inspired to write a book that describes the perspective of someone who, like Samuel, suffers from a life-altering genetic disorder. (Photo by Megan Stallings) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes DRAPER – When Cameron Bell … Read more