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  • Accessing allelic variation in low-recombining chromosomal regions and across germplasm will be important for future breeding progress, maintaining or improving the production of Canadian bread wheat. ACSESS
  • 197 genes of 2867 from the X chromosome were highly upregulated and 24 were highly downregulated in YBT7 compared to wild-type gonads (Supplementary Data 1). Nature Communications
  • NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Augmenting the HtrA1 protein is a potential therapy for patients at high risk for chromosome 10-driven age-related macular degeneration. ABOUTCANCERSERVICE
  • While isolates from each C. auris clade associated with global outbreaks have limited genetic diversity, we found evidence that intra-chromosomal rearrangements, particularly inversions, could occur between closely related isolates. OUP Academic
  • Be the first time in billions of years that cellular life with an RNA chromosome will grace the surface of the Earth. Massive Science
  • There will be a $100 million investment in improving cervical and breast cancer screening programs, and a $96 million injection for new tests under the Medicare Benefits Scheme for pre-implantation genetic testing of embryos for specific genetic or chromosomal abnormalities prior to pregnancy. NewsComAu
  • Liquid biopsies, or blood tests that detect several types of early-stage cancer, could soon be a $130 billion market opportunity in the U.S. alone. Barrons
  • Understanding the sun's magnetic fields is crucially important to understanding space weather more generally, and how it might affect conditions on Earth. Universe Today
  • Near-term climate change will not drive selection for major changes in mosquitoes preference, but that rapid urbanization could drive a shift to human-biting in many cities across sub-Saharan Africa by 2050. The American Journal of Human Genetics
  • Rapid urbanization currently taking place in Africa will drive further mosquito evolution, causing a shift toward human-biting in many large cities by 2050. The American Journal of Human Genetics
  • Pharma giants set up a $1 billion antibiotics discovery fund, the European Space Agency's solar orbiter releases its first close-up images of the Sun, a red alga threatens Hawaii's coral reefs, and lemurs face an unprecedented threat of extinction. Science
  • Therapeutic products for the prevention and treatment of rare diseases will be shared at Infection Congress 2017. Infection Congress2017
  • World Health Organization greater than 1 total folks take a sexually transmitted infections (STI) daily and also a predicted 500 thousand other folks grow to be ill amidst Chlamydia, gonorrhoea, venereal disease or trichomoniasis per annum. McKnights
  • The Singapore patent will extend the protection of Merck's CRISPR integration technology into Singapore. Press Arabia
  • The data from Aditya mission will be immensely helpful in discriminating between different models for the origin of solar storms and for constraining how the storms evolve and what path they take through the interplanetary space from the Sun to the Earth. Insights
  • Knowledge on the distribution of virulent RYMV populations across different target sites will help to deploy safely rice hybrids in sub-Saharan Africa. Energies
  • Compared to other solar EUV imaging telescopes currently in space (such as SOHO / EIT, SDO / AIA, and others) SUVI has a larger field of view that will allow observation of larger-scale solar magnetic structures. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Last updated: 19 September 2021