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Rewriting the book on the human genome

Rewriting the book on the human genome

After four years of research, an international effort finds that junk DNA may not be junk after all.

A study published in Nature last summer has revealed a much more complex view of the vast, uncharted regions of the human genome than previously supposed. “Junk DNA,” noncoding sequences that make up...

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An atomic view of a protein offers insights into a new target for cancer drugs

A research team led by Joseph Schlessinger, Ph.D., the William H. Prusoff Professor and chair of pharmacology, has solved the atomic-level structures for active and inactive forms of a protein...

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Et Cetera

To beat cancer, eat your veggies!

Kids aren’t the only people who should pile more vegetables on their dinner plate. A study published in the August 1...

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