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GTEx -- How our fenetic code regulates gene expression
A new study presents the first analysis of the pilot dataset from the Genotype-Tissue Expression (GTEx) project, which investigates how our underlying DNA regulates gene expression. (2015-05-07)
New method is first to mimic subtle genetic changes
Scientists have developed a new technique to predictably alter gene expression in mice without disrupting the regulatory elements essential for normal gene function. (2004-04-12)
Men and women are different in terms of genetic predispositions
A study led by Emmanouil Dermitzakis, Louis-Jeantet Professor at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Geneva reveals that the genetic predisposition to develop certain diseases may differ from one individual to another depending on their sex. (2012-09-20)
Different but equal: Settling the dosage compensation debate
Independent research papers from Dr. Peter Becker (Munich, Germany) and Dr. (2005-09-30)
Variations on the genetic theme
Integrating data from an unprecedented variety of human tissue samples, scientists at EMBL-EBI and their collaborators have produced the first-ever global map of gene expression, published today in Nature Biotechnology. (2010-04-08)
Rich genes travel more
In a study of changes in gene expression covering taxa from bacteria to human published in the PNAS Online Early Edition issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Hiroki R. (2004-03-03)
Epigenetic regulation by the MMB/dREAM complex
In the March 1 issue of G&D, Dr. Joseph Lipsick and colleagues demonstrate that proteins encoded by the Myb oncogene and the RB tumor suppressor gene function together in the Drosophila MMB/dREAM complex to epigenetically regulate mitotic cell cycle progression. (2008-03-05)
'Sloppy genes' behave like their neighbours
Groundbreaking research in Journal of Biology challenges the traditional view of how genes are controlled. (2002-06-18)
Research effort seeks A's to gene expression Q's
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has launched a new $6.25 million, five-year program to explore and address challenges in measurement, validation and quality control for the rapidly growing field of gene expression profiling.Gene expression measurements impact everything from basic bioresearch to drug development and clinical diagnostics. (2004-11-10)
Oncogenic role for Bcl-3
In an upcoming G&D paper, Dr. Albert Baldwin and colleagues (UNC School of Medicine) lend new insight into an alternate mechanism of p53 inactivation in tumor cells. (2006-01-10)
Higher temperatures drive multi-generational genetic changes in roundworms
Roundworms exposed to higher temperatures can exhibit genetic alterations that are passed to offspring through both sperm and eggs, a new study reveals. (2017-04-20)
Scientists model gene regulation with chromatin accessibility
Researchers from the Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science (AMSS) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences have teamed up with Stanford University and Tsinghua University scientists to successfully model data on gene regulation with paired expression and chromatin accessibility (PECA) and have developed new tools to infer context-specific regulatory networks. (2017-06-06)
Core needle biopsy gives an accurate picture of gene expression in whole tumor
The gene expression profile detected in the core needle biopsy of a breast tumor is representative of gene expression in the whole tumour. (2006-08-17)
Meeting to explore possible gene expression consortium
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) will a host a meeting on May 16, 2005, in Boulder, Colo., to explore the possibility of creating a NIST-industry consortium focused on gene expression metrology. (2005-04-21)
Emory scientists find new prostate cancer suppressor gene
A gene named ATBF1 may contribute to the development of prostate cancer through acquired mutations and/or loss of expression, according to research at Emory University School of Medicine and its Winship Cancer Institute. (2005-03-22)
Single gene drives prostate differentiation
Expression of a single gene can convert cells lining the seminal vesicle in the pelvis into prostate cells, a new study shows. (2016-06-23)
Food cue-related brain activity linked to obesity?
A unique pattern of gene expression observed in rats may be linked to a conditioned desire for food and excessive food intake, an article published today in BMC Biology suggests. (2007-04-26)
How slow growth as a fetus can cause diabetes as an adult
Intrauterine growth retardation results in a baby having a low birth weight and has been linked to the development of type 2 diabetes in adulthood. (2008-05-08)
New book from CSHLPress covers all aspects of MYC biology
Written and edited by experts in the field, 'MYC and the Pathway to Cancer' from Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Medicine covers all aspects of MYC biology. (2014-06-13)
Plant research reveals new role for gene silencing protein
A DICER protein, known to produce tiny RNAs in cells, also helps complete an important step in gene expression, according to research on Arabidopsis thaliana. (2012-03-29)
Gene expression becomes heterogeneous with age in humans and rats
In a study of the effects of aging on gene expression, researchers have found that variation in gene expression among individuals tends to increase with age. (2006-05-22)
Stem cell research paves way for progress on dealing with Fragile X retardation
Researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have achieved, for the first time, the generation of neuronal cells from stem cells of Fragile X patients. (2012-05-22)
miRNA-mediated silencing of mRNAs
Dr. Elisa Izaurrralde and colleagues (EMBL; Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology-Tuebingen) provide new mechanistic insight into gene silencing by miRNAs. (2006-07-02)
Fat chance: Brown vs. white fat cell specification
In the May 15 issue of G&D, Dr. Bruce Spiegelman and colleagues elucidate the molecular pathway that induces cells to become energy-burning brown fat cells as opposed to energy-storing white fat cells. (2008-05-14)
In epigenomics, location is everything
In a novel use of gene knockout technology, researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine tested the same gene inserted into 90 different locations in a yeast chromosome -- and discovered that while the inserted gene never altered its surrounding chromatin landscape, differences in that immediate landscape measurably affected gene activity. (2013-01-03)
NIST seeks reference nucleic acid sequences
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is soliciting (2006-03-20)
Could broccoli be a secret weapon against diabetes?
Concentrated broccoli sprout extract may help type 2 diabetes patients manage their blood sugar, according to a new study. (2017-06-14)
Reproduction without fertilization?
As published in Genes & Development, scientists have discovered that the expression of one gene in a single gamete can initiate the cascade of events normally associated with fertilization. (2001-10-14)
Research points to genes that may help us form memories
Gene expression within neurons is critical for the formation of memories, but it's difficult to identify genes whose expression is altered by learning. (2015-02-02)
GEN highlights increasing use of digital gene expression profiling
A novel technique for carrying out gene-expression profiling is set to challenge the market dominance of the current, widely used methodology, reports Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News. (2009-04-03)
Turning the volume of gene expression up and down
Scientists at OIST and the Janelia Research Campus have shown that gene expression in a fruit fly embryo can be accurately and predictably tuned. (2016-02-08)
Controlling gene expression with hydrogen peroxide 'switches'
Hydrogen peroxide doesn't just come in bottles from the drugstore - the human body makes it as well. (2012-08-01)
Fishing can cause slowly reversible changes in gene expression
Cohort after cohort, fishing typically removes large fish from the population and can lead to rapid evolutionary changes in exploited fish populations. (2017-05-16)
New, more effective option for gene data mining identified
A new approach to identifying patterns in gene expression analysis has been shown to be more effective than the most popular method in a joint Penn State and University at Buffalo study. (2003-03-07)
Researchers identify the source of 'noise' in HIV
New research identifies a molecular mechanism that the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) appears to utilize for generating random fluctuations called (2010-04-20)
Geneticist at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia honored for outstanding research
Vivian G. Cheung, M.D., a geneticist at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, received the Curt Stern Award of the American Society of Human Genetics on Sat., Nov. (2010-11-23)
Balancing male fertility and disease resistance
An international collaboration of researchers, headed by Dr. Shiping Wang (Huazhong Agricultural University, China) has discovered that a single gene in rice regulates both male fertility and pathogen resistance, providing an unexpected genetic link between reproductive success and the disease resistance. (2006-05-05)
Pioneering discovery of an odor-detecting receptor enhancer
Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) have identified a regulatory sequence that turns gene expression on, or simply an enhancer, for odor-detecting receptors, which form one of the largest gene clusters in the mouse genome. (2017-10-12)
Gene activated in 80% of breast cancer patients
New research, published this week in Breast Cancer Research, could provide a genetic explanation for breast cancer. (2003-04-25)
Electroacupuncture effect on depression and variation of polygenes expression
Preliminary basic research and clinical findings have demonstrated that electroacupuncture therapy exhibits positive effects in ameliorating depression. (2014-03-21)
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