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Genetics Unzipped podcast: Why me? Searching for genetic susceptibility to chronic fatigue syndrome and pain
Posted by Kat Arney, on 17 June 2021We discover how researchers are using genetics to understand more about what’s going on in long-term debilitating conditions including ME/CFS and chronic pain.
Posted by Aidan Maartens, on 17 June 2021Today’s my last day working at the Node and Development. I started in June 2016, which really feels like a different world looking back now – at the first conference …
Posted by the Node, on 16 June 2021Developmental biology is a global science, but Europe and the USA get a lot of the airtime, and it can be hard for those outside these regions to get support …
Posted by Henry De Belly, on 9 June 2021Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells (ES cells) have the capacity to generate any tissue in the organism; this remarkable ability is called naïve pluripotency. Intriguingly, when ES cells start to differentiate …
Posted by the Node, on 3 June 2021Royal Society Publishing has recently published a special issue of Interface Focus entitled Interdisciplinary approaches to dynamics in biology organized by Rubén Pérez-Carrasco and Berta Verd, and featuring lots of content relevant to …
Posted by Dario Lupiañez, on 3 June 2021We are happy to announce the upcoming EMBO workshop “The Evolution of Animal Genomes”. The event will take place virtually, from 13-17 September 2021 (Registration and abstract deadline: 12th July …
Genetics Unzipped podcast: Genes to drugs to bugs – How genetic engineering is used to make medicines
Posted by Kat Arney, on 3 June 2021We discover how researchers have used genetic engineering to turn genes into lifesaving drugs such as insulin, and monoclonal antibodies for treating autoimmune conditions, cancer and infectious diseases like COVID-19.
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