Investigation of the cartilage proteome from three diverse mouse versions of genetic skeletal illnesses reveals frequent and discrete ailment signatures [Analysis Post]

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Peter A. Bellone,*, Raimund Wagener, Frank Zaucke, Manuel Koch, Julian Selleyone, Stacey Warwood1, David Knightone, Raymond P. Boot-Handfordone, David J. Thornton1 and Michael D. Briggsone,*,‡ oneWellcome Trust Centre for Cell–Matrix Analysis, Faculty of Daily life Sciences, The University of Manchester, Manchester M13 9PT, British isles twoHeart for Biochemistry, University of…

The Black Sea is a goldmine of historical genetic info

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When Woods Hole Oceanographic Establishment (WHOI) maritime paleoecologist Marco Coolen was mining through huge quantities of genetic data from the Black Sea sediment record, he was surprised about the selection of past plankton species that remaining driving their genetic makeup (i.e., the plankton paleome). The semi-isolated Black Sea is extremely…

A Father’s Genetic Quest Pays Off

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Hugh Rienhoff well prepared his daughter’s DNA for sequencing at property utilizing second-hand gear. Picture: Colston Rienhoff Hugh Rienhoff claims that his 9-yr-previous daughter, Bea, is “a hearth cracker”, “a tomboy” and “a extremely sassy, impudent girl”. But in a forthcoming investigation paper, he uses instead diverse conditions, describing her…