The far-flung tumors of tuberous sclerosis complex, noncancerous but hardly benighn, are shedding light on how malignancies develop.
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Genetic tests can be fraught with false positives and insignificant findings that may undermine their effectiveness.
A federal court recently ruled that they couldn’t, whereas supporters and critics continue to debate whether patents foster or hinder innovation.
Thomas Hunt Morgan’s discoveries won him the Nobel Prize and forever altered American Laboratories.
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Zinc fingers could pull gene therapy back from the brink—but only if more researchers can get their hands on the remarkable proteins.
Storing newborns’ blood for research creates a valuable resource—but some parents are trying to put a stop to the practice.
With zinc finger technology, scientists might be able to “cut and paste” DNA to fight certain diseases.
When proteins misfold, molecular chaos ensues, leading to cystic fibrosis and other ills. New research aims to unwind the mistakes.
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