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Oncogenic BRAF in cancer

Oncogenic BRAF can result from mutations in the BRAF gene, which may cause the protein to become overactive. The most common alteration in the BRAF gene leads to the BRAFV600E mutation. Mutations in...

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A new nanomachine shows potential for light-selective gene therapy

Gene therapy has great potential to treat intractable diseases such as cancer, arterial sclerosis, and Parkinson's disease. Successful gene therapy requires a gene vector that can deliver the therapeu...

A New Nanomedicine Shows Potential for Light-Sensitive Gene Therapy

(Nanowerk) – Gene therapy has great potential to treat intractable diseases such as cancer, arterial sclerosis, and Parkinson’s disease. Successful gene therapy requires a gene vector that...

Synthetic biology yields new approach to gene therapy

Bioengineers at The University of Texas at Dallas have created a novel gene-delivery system that shuttles a gene into a cell, but only for a temporary stay, providing a potential new gene-therapy stra...

American Gene Technologies: the first bio-safe gene delivery vector for human clinical therapeutic use

In this interview, filmed at BioPharm in San Francisco, Dr Fintan Walton speaks with Jeff Galvin, Chief Executive Officer at American Gene Technologies, a genetic research firm focusing on gene therap...

TV's Gene Gene the Dancing Machine dies

PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Eugene Patton, the stagehand who became "Gene Gene the Dancing Machine" on television's "The Gong Show" in the late 1970s, has died.

Gene-gene and gene-environment interactions detected by transcriptome sequence analysis in twins

Emmanouil Dermitzakis, Alfonso Buil and colleagues measure transcriptome-wide expression in a sample of twins to measure the relative contribution of genetic and environmental effects on allele-specif...

A gene-based information gain method for detecting gene–gene interactions in case–control studies

How mutant gene causes deafness

Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have discovered how one gene is essential to hearing, uncovering a cause of deafness and suggesting new avenues for therapies. The new study, publis...

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A further rec(X)dup p and compilation of 23 cases. Comment on "Molecular genetic and cytogenetic characterization of a partial Xp duplication and Xq deletion in a patient with premature ovarian failure" by Kim et al. Gene, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gene.2013.10.026.

A group LASSO-based method for robustly inferring gene regulatory networks from multiple time-course datasets.

As an abstract mapping of the gene regulations in the cell, gene regulatory network is important to both biological research study and practical applications. The reverse engineering of gene regulator...

Biased hypermutation occurred frequently in a gene inserted into the IC323 recombinant measles virus during its persistence in the brains of nude mice.

Measles virus (MV) is the causative agent of measles and its neurological complications, subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE) and measles inclusion body encephalitis (MIBE). Biased hypermutation...

Gene length and expression level shape genomic novelties.

Gene duplication and alternative splicing are important mechanisms in the production of genomic novelties. Previous work has shown that a gene's family size and the number of splice variants it produc...

Microfluidic Methods for Non-Viral Gene Delivery.

Microfluidics is a compelling technology that shows considerable promise in applications ranging from gene expression profiling to cell-based assays. Owing to its capacity to enable generation of sing...

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