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Chocolate and the sweet taste receptor gene TAS1R2

January 31, 2018 – Chocolate and the sweet taste receptor gene TAS1R2 may make the life of some obese children and adolescents rather difficult in that genetic variations in TAS1R2 appear related to chocolate powder and dietary fiber intake in these young individuals.

This comes out of a study by a research team at the Faculty of Medicine,

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Is genetic testing of value for ALS patients?

January 19, 2018 – Patients suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) find value in genetic testing for the disease, whether or not they have a family history of the condition, according to findings from a survey conducted by U.S. researchers, just published in the November 2017 issue of Molecular Genetics &

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Intrarosa Postmenopausal

November 18, 2016 –  Do we really need another steroid hormone to treat women? If yes, does it have to be DHEA? The American Food & Drug Administration (FDA) thinks so.  FDA just approved  Prasterone (Intrarosa) to treat women experiencing moderate to severe pain during sexual intercourse (dyspareunia),

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Osimertinib (Tagrissa) approved for non-smal cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patient subgroup carrying the EGFR T790M mutation

February 07, 2016 – The European Commission has approved once-daily Osimertinib (Tagrissa) for the treatment of patients with locally advanced or metastatic non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) that is positive for the epidermal growth-factor receptor (EGFR) T790M mutation. This follows a positive review in December 2015.

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  • Descendants of early Europeans and Africans in US carry Native American genetic legacy September 19, 2019
    Many people in the U.S. do not belong to Native American communities but still carry bits of Native American DNA, inherited from European and African ancestors who had children with indigenous individuals during colonization and settlement. In a new study published 19th September in PLOS Genetics, Andrew Conley of the Georgia Institute of Technology and […]
  • IGF1 gene is essential to adult tendon growth, animal study shows September 19, 2019
    Tendon injuries are among the most common injuries seen in athletes at all levels, from weekend warriors to professional basketball players. For those who rupture their tendons, returning to the same level of physical activity they enjoyed before the injury is rare.
  • Researchers create new protocol to improve gene therapy tool production September 19, 2019
    A method to create a faster and lower cost alternative for a gene therapy tool has been developed by Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) researchers.
  • Genetic variants with possible positive implications for lifestyle September 19, 2019
    A German and British research team lead by Technical University of Munich (TUM) has examined the interplay between genetics, cardiovascular disease and educational attainment in a major population study. Genetic variants which had been linked to educational attainment in other studies were observed in the subjects. The researchers found that these variants also had implications […]
  • Scientists develop new methodology to genetically modify lab mice and human cells September 19, 2019
    A team led by Cedars-Sinai has designed a rapid method to genetically alter laboratory mice and then used this method to produce personalized animal models of pediatric glioma, an aggressive type of malignant brain cancer in children.
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