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A collection of news from around the Internet

News Feed: Tay-Sachs

23 September 2019

Latest Tay Sachs Disease News and Research

News Feed: Sandhoff

23 September 2019

Latest Sandhoff Disease News and Research

News Feed: Canavan Disease

23 September 2019

Latest Canavan Disease (Leukodystrophies) News and Research
  • Human stem cells show promise against fatal children's diseases
    Scientists have used human stem cells to dramatically improve the condition of mice with a neurological condition similar to a set of diseases in children that are invariably fatal, according to an article in the June issue of the journal Cell Stem Cell.

News Feed: DNA Science

23 September 2019

Genetics in context
  • A Child’s Shattered Chromosomes Illustrate the Value of Supportive Therapies
    To a trained eye, the chromosome chart (karyotype) above has 4 irregularities, circled in red. They’re chromosome pairs of uneven size. The chromosomes represent genetic material missing or extra, but also a beautiful girl. Her
  • Celebrating the Pioneering Experiments in Genetics
    It seems that lately everything in genetics, which has morphed into genomics, is big, big, big. Data on half a million people represented in the UK Biobank are highlighting genome regions associated with difficult-to-study traits,
  • Retiring the Single Gay Gene Hypothesis
    The once-prevailing concept of a sole “gay gene” dictating sexual orientation has been put to rest in a powerhouse study published today in Science. The work illustrates the nature of science: evolving with the input

News Feed: Gangliosidosis-1

23 September 2019

Latest Gangliosidosis News and Research