Biologists first observed “transgenerational epigenetic inheritance” in plants. But, over the past few years, evidence has accumulated showing that the phenomenon also occurs in rodents and humans.
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The clover genome is very complicated and even though many scientists have tried to find the exact genes responsible for the four-leaf mutation, they haven’t been identified as of yet.
Innovative approach – Enhancing the effect of a vaccine therapy to improve patient survival.
Can we trust your published qPCR data?
The pressure to publish is causing shortcuts which result in misleading papers being published.
The only way to confirm heteropaternal superfecundation in human twins is genetic testing.
In the last 15 years life science research and workflows have been transformed by new techniques and lab automation.
Short Coffee Break Conversation about the Future of Sequencing
Meet Fang Chen, BGI – Beijing Genomics Institute, the world’s largest genomics organization.
Elsevier’s Biomolecular Detection and Quantification (BDQ) journal is a new open access, peer-reviewed international journal focused on the application of qualitative and quantitative molecular methodologies to all areas of clinical and life sciences.
New research shows that dogs can beat expensive modern diagnostic methods in detecting cancer.
Meet Jan Hellemans, CEO of Biogazelle, focused on unraveling the coding and non-coding regions of the genome.