#genetic

  1. Shush

    Lower your voices! I can hear everything you're saying. I do not have to be next to you to know if you are gossiping about me or if you are talking about anything and anyone that concerns me. I have eyes like a hawk and ears like a bat and a moth. Nothing you say in private will
  2. FDA Approved Blood Test for Alzheimer Disease Predict Dementia Nearly 15 years Before People Received Clinical Confirmation

    Blood test approved by FDA that screens for Alzheimer's is a step closer to reality. Testing a person's blood for a type of protein called #phosphorylated #tau , or #pTau , could be used to #screen for #Alzheimer 's #disease with “high accuracy, ” even before symptoms begin to show .
  3. Beyond Diagnosis: Cardio Diagnostics' Actionable Clinical Intelligence Platform Provides Personalized Insights To Help Prevent Heart Attacks

    By Jeremy Golden An artificial intelligence-powered precision cardiovascular medicine company named Cardio Diagnostics (NASDAQ: CDIO ) has launched a first-of-its-kind platform called Actionable Clinical Intelligence or ACI, that offers new epigenetic and genetic insights to clinic
  4. British man who had the world's longest nose leaves people baffled as image resurfaces

    By Zahna Eklund People have been left with "so many questions" after seeing a waxwork of a British man who holds the Guinness World Record for having the longest nose . Thomas Wedders, from Yorkshire, gained fame in the 18th century for his 19cm (7.5 inches) schnozz, and he's still
  5. Potential inheritable effects and ethical considerations of epigenome editing

    By Science X staff Epigenome editing is an emerging technology used to regulate gene function by controlling epigenetic states at specific locations on the genome. This method is distinct from traditional genetic editing, which involves permanently altering the DNA sequence. Notab
  6. Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing Services

    As an expert in providing solutions to assist virology and microbiology research, Creative Diagnostics announced the launch of its new Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing (AST) services. These services are designed to help biotechnology and pharmaceutical researchers detect the