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Inherited genetic factors may predict the pattern of X chromosome loss in older women

June 13, 2024
A genomic analysis co-led by NIH suggests that the DNA a woman is born with may influence how her cells respond to chromosomal abnormalities acquired with aging.
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QIAGEN expands next-generation sequencing portfolio with QIAseq Normalizer kits

July 6, 2023
Normalizes various library types over a broad range of concentrations in only 30 minutes.
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New findings show mitochondrial DNA fragments in blood as important biomarkers for aging and inflammation

June 23, 2023
High levels of cell free DNA circulating in blood is further linked to chronic inflammation, a well-known risk factor for severe aging symptoms and frailty in older adults.
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FBI approves QIAGEN’s NGS-based ForenSeq MainstAY workflow for the U.S. National DNA Index System (NDIS)

June 22, 2023
NDIS approval provides access to federal government funding for accredited public crime laboratories in the U.S. to implement next-generation sequencing (NGS) for routine casework...
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CHOP researchers reveal complex assembly process involved in DNA virus replication

April 21, 2023
Study shows viral proteins utilize phase separation to coordinate complex process of replicating viral genomes and then encapsulating that DNA in a viral particle.
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UC Davis study uncovers age-related brain differences in autistic individuals

March 7, 2023
Genes involved in inflammation, immune response and neural connectivity behave differently in brains of people with autism.
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Unlocking cancer’s ancestry

Dec. 28, 2022
Research from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
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The origin-of-life molecule, a key to cancer research

Oct. 31, 2022
In the production of one of the origin-of-life molecules, researchers in Spain and Denmark have found a method for attacking cancer cells.
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NIH-funded researchers develop same-day test to detect abnormal fetal chromosomes

Aug. 18, 2022
STORK helps identify cause of miscarriage and potentially improves in vitro fertilization process.
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‘Guardian of the Genome’ and the ‘WASp’ team up to repair DNA damage

Aug. 9, 2022
Replication protein A and WAS protein partner to fix damaged DNA.