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Big Strides in Cellular MicroRNA Expression.

A lack of knowledge of the cellular origin of miRNAs has greatly confounded functional and biomarkers studies. Recently, three studies characterized miRNA expression patterns across >78 human cell types. These combined data expand our knowledge of miRNA expression localization and confirm that many miRNAs show cell type-specific expression patterns.

The regulation of tetraspanin 8 gene expression-A potential new mechanism in the pathogenesis of bipolar disorder.

In a previous study, we identified the single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) rs4500567, located in the upstream region of tetraspanin 8 (TSPAN8), to be associated with bipolar disorder (BD). Due to its proximal position, the SNP might have an impact on promoter activity, thus on TSPAN8 gene expression. We investigated the impact of rs4500567 on TSPAN8 expression in vitro with luciferase-based promoter assays in human embryonic kidney (HEK293) and neuroblastoma cells (SH-SY5Y), and its effect on expression of...

Introduction to behavioral phenotypes in medical genetics.

Modularity Facilitates Flexible Tuning of Plastic and Evolutionary Gene Expression Responses During Early Divergence.

Gene expression changes have been recognized as important drivers of adaptation to changing environmental conditions. Little is known about the relative roles of plastic and evolutionary responses in complex gene expression networks during the early stages of divergence. Large gene expression data sets coupled with in silico methods for identifying co-expressed modules now enable systems genetics approaches also in non-model species for better understanding of gene expression responses during early divergen...

Medical genetics and genomic medicine in the United States. Part 2: Reproductive genetics, newborn screening, genetic counseling, training, and registries.

Review of genetics in the United States with emphasis on the prenatal, metabolic, genetic counseling, and training aspects of the field.

Genetics and Psychiatry: Myth or Reality?

Greek mythology and philosophical speculations were the first human productions on madness and psychiatry. Likewise, the origins of genetics sink their roots in a very remote and difficult time. This work tries to give an idea of the relationship between genetics and psychiatry through the myth and reality.

An Arabidopsis Nucleoporin NUP85 modulates plant responses to ABA and salt stress.

Several nucleoporins in the nuclear pore complex (NPC) have been reported to be involved in abiotic stress responses in plants. However, the molecular mechanism of how NPC regulates abiotic stress responses, especially the expression of stress responsive genes remains poorly understood. From a forward genetics screen using an abiotic stress-responsive luciferase reporter (RD29A-LUC) in the sickle-1 (sic-1) mutant background, we identified a suppressor caused by a mutation in NUCLEOPORIN 85 (NUP85), which ex...

Recognition of clinical genetics in Europe.

In This Issue.

From Mendel to Medical Genetics.

Response to Bauer et al.

Correction to: Valgaeren, Koppen and Van Camp, A New Perspective on the Genetics of Keratoconus: Why Have We Not Been More Successful?

News Briefs.

Response to Koeller et al.

2017 Curt Stern Award: The Complexity of Simple Genetics.

Response to Biesecker and Harrison.

How Do You Design Undergraduate Genetics Laboratory Courses?

The role of human chorionic gonadotropin in regulation of naïve and memory T cells activity in vitro.

The role of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in the regulation of molecular genetics factors determining the functional activity of human naïve and memory T cells in vitro was studied. It was found that hCG (10 and 100IU/ml) inhibited CD28 and CD25 expression on the naïve T cells (CD45RA+) and CD25 expression on the memory T cells (CD45R0+). hCG didn't affect the CD71 proliferation marker expression in total. Nevertheless, hCG reduced the percentage of proliferating memory T cells with simultaneous supp...

Unmet needs in human genomic variant interpretation.

Cover Image, Volume 175C, Number 3, September 2017.

The cover image, by Gene S. Fisch, is based on the Introduction Introduction to Behavioral Phenotypes In Medical Genetics, DOI: 10.1002/ajmg.c.31573.

Genetics and Genomics: An Oncology Nurse's Journey in Practice.

Cancer genetics and genomics are now an integral component of oncology care. Genetics and genomics guide recommendations not only for cancer prevention and early detection, but also for cancer treatment. 

Predictive testing of minors for Huntington's disease: The UK and Netherlands experiences.

A consistent feature of predictive testing guidelines for Huntington's disease (HD) is the recommendation not to undertake predictive tests on those

The ACMG/AMP reputable source criteria for the interpretation of sequence variants.

A point mutation in the pre-ZRS disrupts sonic hedgehog expression in the limb bud and results in triphalangeal thumb-polysyndactyly syndrome.

PurposeThe zone of polarizing activity regulatory sequence (ZRS) is an enhancer that regulates sonic hedgehog during embryonic limb development. Recently, mutations in a noncoding evolutionary conserved sequence 500 bp upstream of the ZRS, termed the pre-ZRS (pZRS), have been associated with polydactyly in dogs and humans. Here, we report the first case of triphalangeal thumb-polysyndactyly syndrome (TPT-PS) to be associated with mutations in this region and show via mouse enhancer assays how this mutatio...

Methods for fine-mapping with chromatin and expression data.

Recent studies have identified thousands of regions in the genome associated with chromatin modifications, which may in turn be affecting gene expression. Existing works have used heuristic methods to investigate the relationships between genome, epigenome, and gene expression, but, to our knowledge, none have explicitly modeled the chain of causality whereby genetic variants impact chromatin, which impacts gene expression. In this work we introduce a new hierarchical fine-mapping framework that integrates ...

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