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  1. The placebome: Where genetics and the placebo effect meetRead the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | Biology News Net

    ... debate. With the advent of genomics, researchers are learning that placebo responses are modified by a person's genetics, a discovery that raises important new questions regarding the role of the placebo in patient care and in drug development: How ...

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  2. A crystal ball for your baby's healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Stuff.co.nz

    ... the practice had become accessible due to the lightning speed with which knowledge and capabilities in the area of genetics had grown in recent years. "For example, when the first human genome sequence was completed in 2003 it took years and cost $3 ...

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  3. Not Interested in School? Maybe They're Born That WayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Health.com

    ... in that "both genetic and environmental influences contributed to differences," he said. Petrill stressed that genetics won't necessarily doom a child to academic failure. But "if we are going to try to create the most positive environment possible ...

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  4. Associations between host gene expression, the mucosal microbiome,...Read the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | CiteULike

    ... anastomosis (IPAA) surgery for ulcerative colitis (UC). Similarly to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), both host genetics and the microbiota are implicated in its pathogenesis. We use the IPAA model of IBD to associate mucosal host gene expression ...

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  5. What their stories tell us: Female researchers in conversationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | McGill Reporter

    ... de Mena Travis , Department of Linguistics; Dr. Luda Diatchenko , Canada Excellence Research Chair in Human Pain Genetics in the Faculties of Dentistry and Medicine; and Dr. Rosie Goldstein , Vice-Principal (Research and International Relations). ...

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  6. Team finds new gene involved in blood-forming stem cellsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... began at the prompting of co-author Sally Camper, the James V. Neel Professor and Chair of the Department of Human Genetics in the U-M Medical School. Camper had been investigating Ash1l's role in endocrine and reproductive organs and saw clues that ...

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  7. U-M Researchers Find New Gene Involved in Blood-Forming Stem CellsRead the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | Newswise

    ... began at the prompting of co-author Sally Camper, the James V. Neel Professor and Chair of the Department of Human Genetics in the U-M Medical School. Camper had been investigating Ash1l's role in endocrine and reproductive organs and saw clues that ...

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  8. The placebome: Where genetics and the placebo effect meetRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Science Daily

    With the advent of genomics, researchers are learning that placebo responses are modified by a person's genetics. A new review article explores the many questions that this raises regarding the role of the placebo in both patient care and in drug development.

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  9. For Big Data Researchers, Network and Compute Capabilities are Lynchpin to SuccessRead the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | Freshnews

    ... their minds. At the Internet2 Global Summit meeting taking place April 26-30 in Washington, D.C., researchers like Genetics and Biochemistry Associate Professor Alex Feltus of Clemson University will come together with network engineers, chief ...

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  10. Mothera s genes can influence babya s bacteriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | The Daily Democrat

    ... the subtle and elegant choreography of one part of the human microbiome: The relationships between the mothers' genetics, the composition of her breast milk and the development of thier infants' gut microbiota. It also reveals clues for enriching ...

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  11. What is placenta?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | The New Zealand Herald

    ... unknown, but it's thought several factors including poor diet, high body fat, a history of high blood pressure and genetics may all play a role. Abnormal placental development and function is thought to be another major contributing factor. If left ...

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  12. Genetics Influence Placebo Effect We Feel Via Dopamine And Opioid PathwaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Medical Daily

    Genetic variations in specific signaling pathways, especially the dopamine and opioid pathways, influence your ability to experience the placebo effect. Slightly more than a decade ago scientists mapped the human genome - the complete set of human DNA organized into 20,000 to 25,000 genes - and today scientists work on maps of the proteome , the gut microbiome , the transcriptome , and perhaps most surprisingly of all, the placebome - genes related to the placebo effect.

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  13. General Election 2015: Do your genes determine how you vote?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | The Independent

    ... personal rating of the main party leaders. We found that voting Conservative (or not) is strongly influenced by genetics. When it came to voting Tory, we found that 57% of the variability (differences or similarity) between people's voting ...

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  14. Certain genes might make some people more prone to experience the placebo effectRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Researchers are beginning to explore whether the genetics of patients who experience a placebo effect are different from those of patients who don't. It's well known that people can feel better if they believe they are receiving treatment, but the biological pathways involved are relatively unexplored.

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  15. Is the Placebo Effect in Your DNA?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | The Atlantic

    Some people feel better after dummy treatments, while others feel no difference unless the drugs are real. A new paper argues that the difference may come down to genetics.

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  16. The genetics of psychiatric disordersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | PhysOrg Weblog

    While it has long been recognised that genetics - alongside environmental factors - play a role in developing psychiatric disorders, the function of individual genes is still largely unknown. But an international, multi-disciplinary team led by Bournemouth University's Dr Kevin McGhee is aiming to uncover just that - using fruit flies to isolate and examine the genes involved in the development of schizophrenia, with the hope of improving knowledge and treatments for the condition.

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  17. Good Start Genetics, Inc. Enters Exclusive License Agreement With...Read the original story

    Sunday Apr 12 | BioSpace

    Good Start GeneticsA , Inc. , a commercial-stage molecular genetics information company, today announced that it has expanded its exclusive relationship with Johns Hopkins University for FAST-SeqS, Fast Aneuploidy Screening Test-Sequencing System, to include applications in noninvasive prenatal testing and related know-how. The technology was invented by Drs.

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  18. Tetrasomic Recombination Is Surprisingly Frequent in Allotetraploid ArachisRead the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | CiteULike

    ... his intermediate genetic behavior has probably had a previously overseen, but significant, impact on the genome and genetics of cultivated peanut.

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  19. YouScript Personalized Prescribing System Improves Individual,...Read the original story

    Monday Apr 13 | Business Wire

    The YouScriptA Personalized Prescribing System is the only commercially-available medication management system to assess the cumulative effect of a patient's genetics and entire drug regimen. This clinical decision support software provides instant, clinically-actionable intelligence about the most effective, safest drugs and doses to prescribe, meeting the Triple Aim of improving individual patient care, improving population health, and reducing healthcare costs.

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  20. Why Kids Do Not Want To Go To School Is Partly Due To Genetics, Study SuggestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | International Business Times

    ... their motivation level. However, he was surprised to find out that these do not play an important role, and that genetics and non-shared environmental factors are more highly contributory. He further adds that the findings were consistent among all ...

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