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Les en-têtes de football pourraient être plus risqués pour les porteurs du génotype APOE4

02 février 2020 – Les en-têtes de football pourraient être plus risqués pour les porteurs du génotype APOE4 – c’est le titre d’un récent article de Reuters Health dans Medscape. Par conséquent, les joueurs de football avec le génotype de l’apolipoprotéine E4 (APOE4) devraient être en mesure de limiter le nombre d’en-têtes,

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Les individus de peau foncée aux cheveux blonds naturels – En génétique, tout est possible

8 août 2019 – Les cheveux blonds sont un phénotype humain plutôt rare, présent presque exclusivement en Europe et en Océanie. La pigmentation humaine varie considérablement au sein des populations et entre les populations et dépend de l’exposition aux rayons ultraviolets (UV) ainsi que du type et de la quantité de mélanine produit dans les mélanocytes et les kératinocytes.

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Pas de la douleur: est ce que c’est le syndrome de Marsili?

 03 avril 2019 – Cette femme Écossaise ne ressent pas de la douleur. Cette femme semble être dotée de pouvoirs et son cas intrigue: elle n’a jamais souffert lors de son accouchement et peut se renverser une tasse de café sur la peau sans rien ressentir.

Mme Cameron fait partie des personnes extrêmement rares dans le monde entier qui ne ressentent jamais la douleur.

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Une fausse bonne idée: Connaître les secrets de son ADN?

31 mars 2018 – Quel est la probabilité que vous développiez un diabète ? Avez-vous une prédisposition à la maladie d’Alzheimer ? Depuis quelques années, des entreprises proposent à tout un chacun une analyse génétique clé en main permettant d’évaluer ses facteurs de risque pour des centaines de pathologies.

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  • CRG standardises COVID-19 data analysis to aid international research efforts mars 27, 2020
    Researchers from the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) have launched a new database to advance the international research efforts studying COVID-19.
  • Gene mutation enhances cognitive flexibility in mice, study suggests mars 27, 2020
    Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have discovered in mice what they believe is the first known genetic mutation to improve cognitive flexibility—the ability to adapt to changing situations.
  • Benefiting from the national gene vector biorepository mars 27, 2020
    Gene therapy investigators can greatly benefit from the resources and services provided by the National Gene Vector Biorepository (NGVB), housed at the Indiana University School of Medicine. These include 93 unique reagents, a searchable database of animal safety studies, and Replication Competent Virus Testing, as detailed in an article published in Human Gene Therapy.
  • Quinn on Nutrition: Genes that fit mars 27, 2020
    Look in the mirror. A lot of what you see came from your parents, grandparents and on down the line. And a lot of what goes on inside our bodies—including our risk for disease and how we utilize nutrients—comes from inherited traits as well.
  • Destroying DNA to save the genome—study offers new insights into sepsis and its treatment mars 26, 2020
    Sepsis—the body's own immune response gone against it—is a major health problem worldwide. It is basically a "hyper" immune response by the body to infection or injury, and is characterized by hyperinflammation, immune system paralysis, cell death, liver and kidney failure, blood clots, and even hemorrhage.
  • Psychiatric disorders after first birth reduce likelihood of subsequent children mars 29, 2020
    Women who suffer from psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety, mania and schizophrenia following the live birth of their first child are less likely to go on to have more children, according to the first study to investigate this in a large nationwide population. It is published in Human Reproduction.
  • Machine learning puts a new spin on spin models mars 28, 2020
    Tokyo, Japan - Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University have used machine learning to study spin models, used in physics to study phase transitions. Previous work showed that image/handwriting classifying AI could be applied to distinguish states in the simplest models. The team showed the approach is applicable to more complex models and found that an […]
  • 'McDonaldization' based analysis of Russian social networks mars 27, 2020
    The author describes his concept this way: 'the principles of the fast-food restaurant are coming to dominate more and more sectors of recent'. McDonaldization as a form of rationality has a specter of advantages. By using it a person may become more disciplined and learn how to set goals and achieve them
  • A funnel of light mars 27, 2020
    Physicists of the University of Würzburg, in a joint collaboration with colleagues from the University of Rostock, have developed a light funnel apparatus. It could serve as a new platform for hypersensitive optical detectors.
  • Better, safer batteries mars 27, 2020
    For the first time, researchers who explore the physical and chemical properties of electrical energy storage have found a new way to improve lithium-ion batteries. They successfully increased not only the voltage delivery of a lithium-ion battery but also its ability to suppress dangerous conditions that affect the current range of batteries. This improved lithium-ion […]
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