Why Prevention Is The Next Frontier Of Genetic Testing Forbes
In the rapidly growing arena of personalized medicine, healthcare practices and products can be tailored to individual patients to create better diagnoses and ...
Data Pirates: Patients And Scientist Battle To Liberate Genetic Testing Results Forbes
A small band of patients and a scientist tried to free their existing genetic testing data for cancer research. It was harder than they expected.
Can genetic engineering save disappearing forests? The Conversation - US
Forests in the US face many threats: climate change, invasive species, pests and pathogens. Could genetically engineering trees make these plants more ...
Schizophrenia: Genetic Mutation Alters Teen Brain, Raises Risk Medscape
Schizophrenia may be caused by a genetic mutation in the SLC39A8 gene that leads to a structural abnormality in the brain during adolescence, suggesting a ...
How artificial intelligence can diagnose some genetic disorders better than doctors (using only a photo of the patient's face) Deseret News
A new study reveals another use for artificial intelligence: diagnosing rare genetic disorders. Does this mean doctors will be out of a job?
As Genetic Testing Blossoms, Companies Search for a Killer App Bloomberg
Millions of Americans have taken genetic tests to help them learn more about who they are or how sick they could become. In a crowded field of firms selling ...
DNAaaahahaha: Twins' 23andMe, Ancestry, etc genetic tests vary wildly, surprising no one The Register
Updated Mail-order genetic testing kits, which are all the rage right now, have been put through their paces by identical twins, and the results are a little baffling.
Genetic Mutations Affecting Protein Production Identified in Mitochondrial Disease Mitochondrial Disease News
Mutations in enzyme complex essential for mitochondrial protein synthesis are a newly found cause of mitochondrial disease, scientists report.
One Couple’s Tireless Crusade to Stop a Genetic Killer WIRED
When Sonia Vallabh lost her mother to a rare disease, she and her husband, Eric Minikel, set out to find a cure.
How much can we blame our genes for addictive behavior? Genetic Literacy Project
Of all the people who try alcohol or illegal drugs, only 10 to 20 percent get addicted. No single gene explains can explain why some are at a higher risk for ...
Should you get a home genetic test? Harvard Health
Direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic test kits are a popular way to identify a person's ancestral history, but the technology may also reveal whether someone is at ...
Invitae Genetics is rolling out personal genetic testing Business Insider
Genetics company Invitae will soon let you order personal genetic tests. But unlike its biggest rival, a clinician will still have to be involved.
Genetic variants implicated in development of schizophrenia Medical Xpress
Genetic variants which prevent a neurotransmitter receptor from working properly have been implicated in the development of schizophrenia, according to ...
Eating Right, Exercise, Mental Health and Genetic Awareness Thrive Global
Traditionally, the achievement and maintenance of overall health has included exercise, eating right, and mental health awareness. Children in the United ...
Why haven't cancer cells undergone genetic meltdowns? Science Daily
Cancer first develops as a single cell going rogue, with mutations that trigger aggressive growth at all costs to the health of the organism. But if cancer cells were ...