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Scientists sequence human genome of victims buried under Pompeii eruption; The two victims the researchers studied, according to anthropologist Dr Serena Viva from the University of Salento, were not attempting to escape when Pompeii was buried in volcanic ash. By, Stephen White May 27, 2022 352
First complete sequence of human genome sequence recorded in Bahrain. Apr 24, 2022 463
Researchers publish first complete sequence of human genome. Apr 6, 2022 191
Scientists publish the first complete human genome. Apr 1, 2022 454
Scientists finish decoding human genome. Associated Press Apr 1, 2022 158
Scientists publish first complete human genome. Apr 1, 2022 334
Scientists publish the first complete human genome. Reuters News Service Apr 1, 2022 463
Oldest modern human genome reconstructed. Apr 8, 2021 195
Heritable human genome editing is not inevitable. Donna Dickenson And Katie Hasson Mar 17, 2020 1045
Spotlight on governance of human genome sequencing. Staff Report Nov 6, 2019 586
WHO launches global registry on human genome editing. Sep 3, 2019 314
WHO launches global registry on human genome editing. Sep 2, 2019 320
Governance and the Human Genome. Finneran, Kevin Mar 22, 2019 1522
OPENING A DOOR TO EUGENICS: New ways of using your genetic data could bolster scientific racism and encourage discrimination. Comfort, Nathaniel Nov 1, 2018 2353
Your genome, on demand: How your detailed genetic profile can predict your risk of diseases and improve your health. Torkamani, Ali; Topol, Eiic Nov 1, 2018 1250
DATA BIAS IN DNA STUDIES. Brief article Nov 1, 2018 217
Big data opens new avenues for generics research: CLARE SANSOM LOOKS AT THE IMPACT BIG DATA IS HAVING ON GENOMICS RESEARCH. Sansom, Clare Oct 1, 2018 2026
The current (and future?) state of nanopore NGS. Brunstein, John Sep 1, 2018 1978
Association of Types of Overlapping Genes with the Size of Chromosome in Human Genome. Nawaz, Syed Kashif; Zubair, Faiza; Kanwal, Sidra Report Apr 30, 2018 4569
GENETIC FORTUNE-TELLING: Large genetic studies are allowing scientists to predict common diseases and human traits. Regalado, Antonio Mar 1, 2018 364
Forecasts of genetic fate just got a lot more accurate: DNA-based scores are getting better at predicting Intelligence, risks for common diseases, and more. Regalado, Antonio Mar 1, 2018 2426
Revisiting racial patents in an era of precision medicine. Kahn, Jonathan Jun 22, 2017 7288
Lessons from the human genome project: a critical scientific effort that almost didn't happen illustrates the need for a rigorous but flexible process to evaluate large-scale transformative research proposals. Galas, David J.; Patrinos, Aristides; Delisi, Charles Essay Mar 22, 2017 4400
Craig Venter's latest production: with more data, a pioneer of gene sequencing hopes to unlock the connections between DNA and illness. Weintraub, Arlene Sep 1, 2016 1387
DNA app store: an online store for information about your genes will make it cheap and easy to learn more about your health risks and predispositions. Regalado, Antonio Mar 1, 2016 822
DNA illuminates reverse migration: ancient genome points to Eurasian ancestry in Africa. Bower, Bruce Nov 14, 2015 416
US Supreme Court's decision on the patent ineligibility of human genes BRCA1/BRCA2 as products of nature. Chakrabarty, Ananda M. Essay Nov 1, 2015 3592
The shifting nuclear terrain: the human genome's architecture is a moving target. Schwartz, Sarah Sep 5, 2015 2571
The Sequence of the Human Genome. Venter, J. Craig; Smith, Hamilton O.; Adams, Mark D. Sep 1, 2015 1195
Internet of DNA: a global network of millions of genomes could be medicine's next great advance. Regalado, Antonio Mar 1, 2015 1977
AMP releases a white paper describing "a molecular diagnostic perfect storm.". Feb 1, 2015 470
Researchers employ Pacific Biosciences' PacBio Sequencing to resolve human genome's complexity, journal reports. Nov 11, 2014 695
NIH issues finalized policy on genomic data sharing. Brief article Nov 1, 2014 255
Our genetic prehistory: Did genes make us human? Wilcox, David L. Report Jun 1, 2014 8709
Cheap Genomics: now that genomes can be sequenced for $1,000, more patients can benefit. Jacob, Howard Mar 1, 2014 443
Better medicine: overcoming 20th-century regulations to allow 21st-century cures. Huber, Peter Cover story Mar 1, 2014 4562
BioNano Genomics gets USD 10m funding to advance Irys System for human genome analysis. Oct 2, 2013 142
Sony, Illumina to set up JV for human genome analysis services - report. Aug 30, 2013 157
Human Y chromosome is one for the ages. Jun 1, 2013 594
Sequencing a complete human genome may soon cost less than an iPhone. Will China's BGI-Shenzhen decode yours? Larson, Christina Company overview Mar 1, 2013 1996
Retrovirus in the human genome is active in pluripotent stem cells. Feb 4, 2013 446
Why we have a right to consumer genetics: it's hard to get straightforward health guidance from personal genome tests, which are banned in some places. But one way to make them more meaningful is to let more people buy them. Young, Susan Jan 1, 2013 1330
Short DNA strands in human genome could shed light on Alzheimer's and autism. Nov 25, 2012 596
Optimization of DNA concentration to amplify short tandem repeats of human genomic DNA. Gavazaj, Fahri Q.; Mikerezi, Ilia I.; Morina, Valon H.; Cakaj, Fatmir A.; Maloku, Ekrem B.; Gavazaj, Report Nov 1, 2012 1965
Sequel to human genome released: ENCODE project catalogs regulatory machinery in DNA. Saey, Tina Hesman Oct 6, 2012 791
New map reveals how 80 pc of human genome works. Sep 6, 2012 613
Decoding your DNA: it's becoming easier to unravel a person's entire genetic code. What will this information reveal about you? Crane, Cody Aug 21, 2012 1152
NHGRI collaborates with Smithsonian to produce new genome exhibit. Brief article May 22, 2012 128
1000 Genomes Project data available on Amazon Cloud. Brief article Mar 29, 2012 105
To understand the brain, it might help to go 'ome'. Siegfried, Tom Editorial Nov 19, 2011 373
Analysis of 29 mammals reveals 'dark matter' of human genome. Oct 15, 2011 247
Mammals reveal millions of new regulatory elements in human genome. Oct 13, 2011 218
Investigating the human genome; insights into human variation and disease susceptibility. Book review Oct 1, 2011 101
The human genome; a user's guide, 3d ed. Book review Oct 1, 2011 141
Breakthroughs for break outs? Not to mention wrinkles and age spots. The mapping of the human genome is creating new opportunities for cosmetic chemists to create effective formulas for a variety of personal care problems. Branna, Tom Jul 1, 2011 1945
Now, browse the human genome with iPad app! Jun 24, 2011 291
Principles of the human genome and pharmacogenomics. Book review Apr 1, 2011 113
New technology offers 1st view of DNA damage within entire human genome. Jan 19, 2011 303
To 1,000 genetic blueprints or bust: project identifies millions of new variations in human DNA. Saey, Tina Hesman Nov 20, 2010 390
Scientists still making entries in human genetic encyclopedia: a precise tally of human genes eludes researchers. Saey, Tina Hesman Nov 6, 2010 802
The human genome and molecular medicine--promises and pitfalls. Pepper, Michael S. Editorial Nov 1, 2010 1694
ORGENE - A DATABASE OF PRIMERS OF HUMAN GENOME. Tariq, Hassan Report Sep 30, 2010 2133
The prospects for personalized medicine. Yurkiewicz, Shara Report Sep 1, 2010 1943
New method to analyse complete human genome in one go. Aug 30, 2010 359
The science of spin. Bersch, Carren Aug 1, 2010 643
Genetics 2010: Model Organisms to Human Biology, Boston, June 12-15. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article Jul 3, 2010 215
NIH launches Human Microbiome Project. Klotter, Jule Jul 1, 2010 399
'Jumping genes' make up roughly half of the human genome. Jun 25, 2010 203
Joint Life Sciences Center is to be established providing facilities where scientists will explore the human genome, search for new ways of diagnosis and treatment of cancer and other serious diseases, develop the application of biotechnologies in environment protection, industrial processes and other fields. Disease/Disorder overview Apr 7, 2010 154
Disease cause is pinpointed with gene maps. Mar 15, 2010 491
IVF kids show shift in levels of gene activity. Emerson, Eva Brief article Mar 13, 2010 246
Personalized genome around the corner? Mar 1, 2010 840
The human genome; features, variations, and genetic disorders. Brief article Mar 1, 2010 189
Human genome hosts bornavirus: RNA virus hitchhiker invaded DNA at least 40 million years ago. Saey, Tina Hesman Report Jan 30, 2010 347
Indian scientists decode human genome: Prithviraj Chauhan. Dec 9, 2009 228
The international legal governance of the human genome. Book review Nov 1, 2009 152
The microbiome. Murray, Michael F. Nov 1, 2009 640
3-D structure of human genome deciphered. Oct 21, 2009 438
3-D structure of human genome deciphered. Oct 12, 2009 436
Blueprint for the future: a global outline of sustainability--based on the project to map the human genome--is the best way to tackle the challenge of climate change, a group of academics. Hargreaves, Ben Oct 7, 2009 746
Who are we?: The human genome project, race and ethnicity. Callister, Paul; Didham, Robert Report Aug 1, 2009 7752
Seeking genetic fate: personal genomics companies offer forecasts of disease risk, but the science behind the packaging is still evolving. Barry, Patrick Jul 4, 2009 3238
Message in a genome. Stremlau, Matthew Essay Jun 22, 2009 4501
Natural selection may shape human genome much more slowly than previously thought. Jun 6, 2009 415
A time to be born. Steinberg, Jeffrey Viewpoint essay May 1, 2009 812
Share differences: the architecture of our genomes is anything but basic. Saey, Tina Hesman Apr 25, 2009 2787
Jumping genes provide diversity; DNA elements shape human genomes in unexpected ways. Saey, Tina Hesman Brief article Mar 14, 2009 220
Single letter in human genome linked with elevated cholesterol levels identified. Jan 5, 2009 489
Thank mom, dad for extra years: study identifies gene variant that extends people's lives. Barry, Patrick Sep 27, 2008 253
Genetics' role under scrutiny. Brief article Jul 14, 2008 267
Nutrigenomics, mass media and commercialization pressures. Bubela, Tania; Taylor, Benjamin Jun 22, 2008 4548
Intellectual property and nutrigenomics. Castle, David Jun 22, 2008 4808
What a tangled protein web humans weave: complexity depends more on network of interactions than on number of genes. Barry, Patrick Jun 7, 2008 630
Constitutional law - diminished expectations of privacy and the human genome: circuits align on mandatory DNA profiling of convicted felons. Ehrenpreis, Noah Mar 22, 2008 5493
DNA: too much information? As scientists unravel the mysteries of DNA, concerns arise about its potential misuse. Harmon, Amy Feb 11, 2008 929
The Human Genome Project: implications for families. Miller, Virginia L.; Martin, Angela M. Case study Feb 1, 2008 2295
NIH Health Disparities Strategic Plan, Fiscal Years 2004-2008. Author abstract Jan 1, 2008 342
Not your father's genome. Feero, Greg Jan 1, 2008 661
The end of the industrial gene? David Turnbull discusses the complex case of epigenetics. Turnbull, David Dec 1, 2007 1550
Genes in the news. Feero, Greg Jun 1, 2007 661
One genome, one piece of the puzzle. Flannery, Maura C. Viewpoint essay Feb 1, 2007 4064
The ounce of prevention: an excerpt from Healthy Aging: A Lifelong Guide to Your Physical and Spiritual Well-Being. Weil, Andrew Jan 1, 2007 1346
The building blocks of peak performance. Franks, Brian Jul 1, 2006 4299
HEATH: 'Monumental achievement of unravelling human genome' Science correspondent John von Radowitz reports on the latest chapter in scientists' 'book of life'. May 27, 2006 600
Someone's in the kitchen: whipping up the human recipe. Brief article Mar 22, 2006 197
Tests reveal gene for people's skin color. Brownlee, C. Dec 17, 2005 452
Genetic anomaly or genetic diversity: thinking in the key of disability on the human genome. Iozzio, Mary Jo Dec 1, 2005 9241
Human Genome Sciences obtains United States patent. Oct 1, 2005 89
Bio/math duo. Ezarik, Melissa Brief Article Mar 1, 2005 167
WEB WATCH: Understanding the Human Genome Project. Grubka, Sharon; Jacobs, Heather Dec 1, 2004 682
They're sequencing a what? Genome scientists go out on a limb of the tree of life. Milius, Susan Oct 9, 2004 2110
Affymetrix technology to be used in studies of neurological disease. Company Profile Sep 1, 2004 577
Biotech & justice: catching up with the real world order. Cahill, Lisa Sowle Sep 1, 2003 8631
98.5 percent pure chimp. Tiffany-Castiglioni, Evelyn Jun 22, 2003 1611
Genome project completed. (Policy & Practice). Silverman, Jennifer; Perlstein, Steve Brief Article May 15, 2003 103
Now the human genome is really done. (Moving On). Travis, J. Brief Article Apr 19, 2003 210
University of Tokyo's Human Genome Center opts for Sun servers. Brief Article Jan 24, 2003 131
The brave new world is here: privacy issues and the Human Genome Project: governments and courts must step in to provide protections and regulations for the use of individuals' genetic testing results. Curley, Robert A., Jr.; Caperna, Lisa M. Jan 1, 2003 8756
New genome map to create tool for finding disease genes. (News: Industry Watch). Brief Article Dec 1, 2002 176
An interview with Francis Collins, MD, PhD, Director of the Human Genome project. (Cover Story). O'Neill, Lucinda M. Oct 1, 2002 3055
It's not your genes' fault. Editorial Apr 1, 2001 372
Genomic medicine: the human genome project from a healthcare provider's perspective. Transcript Mar 22, 2001 3681
It's all in the genes. Stewart-Amidei, Chris Dec 1, 2000 589
Risky business: rethinking the social and ecological impact of biotechnology. Cawthorne, Jane Dec 1, 2000 5430
Mapping the human genome. Grisolia, Santiago Jul 1, 1989 1349

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