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A glowing red protein could illuminate disease processes.
Researchers recently cleared the way for genetically modified pinot noir.
A tiny implant that measures pressure in the eye could help monitor the disease.
A new gene-sequencing project could uncover clues into healthy aging.
A computer model of epidemiological data from 1.5 million people illuminates the genetic origins of many common diseases.
Researchers have engineered rice to serve as a needle-free vaccine for cholera.
A new technique could detect early signs of some diseases.
A study of seven illnesses, including diabetes and cardiovascular disease, identifies new candidate genes.
A new imager that performs simultaneous MRI and PET scans could, among other applications, speed up the study of Alzheimer’s disease.
A way to align nanowires could lead to better sensors and flexible displays.