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Google Alert - DNA+MEDICALSat Feb 24 04:54:21 EST 2018

Dubai Genome labs to start collecting DNA samples
“Forming genome laboratories in Dubai signals a new phase, where our forecasts for the future of the health and medical services sector begin to materialize,” said Humaid Al Qatami, DHA's director general. “The labs will establish the first national genetic database for future research, lending support to ...

Rapist gets 10 years in jail
Her parents got to know about the rape when she was eight months' pregnant. A meeting was held in the village and he had stated that he had no physical relationship with the woman. When the issue reached the court, the woman had a 3-year-old child. DNA and medical tests proved that Swamy ...

Would You Test Your Newborn's DNA for 193 Genetic Diseases?
“For newborn screenings, there's been a lot of careful thought,” Dr. Mary Norton, professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive sciences at UCSF Medical Center, told Healthline. In addition to the federal- and state-mandated screenings, Natalis looks at a host of other rare diseases and disorders.

Berkeley lab develops first 3D images of DNA structures
"The research team focused on DNA structures modeled after a basic mechanism called a 'Bennett linkage,' which is a 3D structure consisting of a chain of four rods ... Ultimately, researchers hope to use this method to develop nanoscale molecular devices or makers for medical imaging or research.

Microsoft and University of Washington show DNA can store data in practical way
That breaks the previous record of 22 megabytes accomplished by a collaboration between the Harvard Medical School and Germany's Technicolor Research & Innovation. The research takes us closer to a time when DNA might be the preferred storage tool for things like medical records, but that leap ...

Flexible DNA “Building Blocks” Imaged in 3-D
Scientists hope to use this method to develop molecular devices that function as nanoscale machines or drug-delivery devices, markers for medical imaging or biological research, and components for electronic devices. Long DNA scaffolds — composed of more than 10,000 DNA structural units called ...

Woman born with unusual birthmark discovers she is her own twin
Taylor Muhl was born with different stomach colors and was told for years it was just a birthmark. After continual health issues, Taylor finally got answers; she had chimerism, which means she absorbed her twin in the womb and has two immune systems and two sets of DNA. In a Medical Mysteries and ...

OncoSec Medical (ONCS) Analysts See $-0.19 EPS; United Capital Financial Advisers Has ...
OncoSec Medical Incorporated, a biotechnology company, engages in developing DNA intratumoral immunotherapies in the United States. The company has market cap of $76.01 million. The company's investigational technology, ImmunoPulseis designed to enhance the local delivery and uptake of ...

DNA 'Origami' Seen in 3-D for the First Time
Scientists hope to use this method to develop molecular devices that function as nanoscale machines or drug-delivery devices, markers for medical imaging or ... DNA origami structures are very challenging to study because they are very flexible and delicate, and each molecule has a unique 3-D shape.

Imaging individual flexible DNA 'building blocks' in 3-D
A single long “scaffold” strand of DNA can be folded into specific shapes by hundreds of shorter strands, for example. ... Scientists hope to use this method to develop molecular devices that function as nanoscale machines or drug-delivery devices, markers for medical imaging or biological research, and ...

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