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Article ID: 694020

Preclinical MD Anderson Study Suggests ARID1a May Be Useful Biomarker for Immunotherapy

University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center

Functional loss of ARID1a, a frequently mutated tumor suppressor gene, causes deficiencies in normal DNA repair and may sensitize tumors to immune checkpoint blockade therapies, according to researchers from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The preclinical study suggests that mutations in ARID1a could be beneficial in predicting immunotherapy success.

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    4-May-2018 9:00 AM EDT

Article ID: 692234

Auto-Commentary by the Authors of “LINE-1 Protein Localization and Functional Dynamics During the Cell Cycle”

SLAS (Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening)

In a new SLAS Discovery auto-commentary, two authors of an article recently published in eLife (“LINE-1 Protein Localization and Functional Dynamics During the Cell Cycle”) explain their general views on their novel discoveries and discuss ideas on the relevant new questions generated by their data.

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Article ID: 694019

Researchers Use Genetic Information to Track Chronic Wasting Disease in Deer

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Study will identify how groups of deer are related to one another throughout the state and determine which populations are less susceptible to the disease

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Article ID: 693982

DNA Sequences Suggest 250 People Made Up Original Native American Founding Population

University of Kansas

An international research team's analysis of DNA sequences suggests the Native American founding population that migrated from Siberia consisted of approximately 250 people.

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Article ID: 693913

Solar Powered Sea Slugs Shed Light on Search for Perpetual Green Energy

Rutgers University-New Brunswick

In an amazing achievement akin to adding solar panels to your body, a Northeast sea slug sucks raw materials from algae to provide its lifetime supply of solar-powered energy, according to a study by Rutgers University–New Brunswick and other scientists.

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Article ID: 693920

Delaware Leads the Nation in Developing Gene Editing Curriculum for Community College Students

Christiana Care Health System

Thanks to a $1 million National Science Foundation grant, Christiana Care’s Gene Editing Institute and Delaware Technical Community College developed a unique curriculum to include gene editing into two courses in its biological sciences program at its Stanton, Delaware campus.

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Article ID: 693904

Four Harvard Medical School Scientists Elected to NAS

Harvard Medical School

Four scientists from Harvard Medical School are among 84 members and 21 foreign associates elected in 2018 to the National Academy of Sciences in recognition of “their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research,” the NAS announced on May 1.

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Article ID: 693866

Conservation Book Addresses Fragmented Populations, Genetic Isolation

South Dakota State University

"Genetic Management of Fragmented Animal and Plant Populations" examines how management of fragmented plant and animal populations can improve through practical applications of conservation biology.

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Article ID: 693855

New Leads on Treating Dementia and Alzheimer’s

University of Adelaide

A new research study by scientists in Australia and the US provides an explanation for why clinical trials of drugs reducing proteins in the brain that were thought to cause dementia and Alzheimer’s have failed. The study has opened the way for potential new treatments with existing drugs.

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Article ID: 693838

Strategy Prevents Blindness in Mice with Retinal Degeneration

Duke Health

Approach could guide research for inherited blindness treatment in humans

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