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Research Reveals Why Some Patients May Test Positive For Covid-19 After Recovery

Some virus RNA can be reverse transcribed and inserted into the human genome, finds a new study, which may explain why some people who...

Israeli Scientists Identify Genes Predicting Healthy Aging

A team of researchers has identified a set of genes that can tell whether people are heading towards healthy aging or not. Accumulation of...

Gene To Correct Mutations That Cause Genetic Disorders

A team of researchers has developed a CRISPR-based gene editor, C-to-G Base Editor (CGBE), to correct mutations that cause genetic disorders. One in seventeen...

New Technology Enables Predictive Design Of Engineered Human Cells

Researchers have developed a design-driven process that uses parts from a very different kind of toolkit to build complex genetic circuits for cellular engineering. According...

Incorporating AI In Indian Healthcare Sector

Every year, around 50,000 individuals graduate to become certified doctors. In order to maintain the minimum doctor-patient ratio, as suggested by World Health Organization...

Gene-Based Blood Test For Melanoma Spread Evaluates Treatment Progress

A test that monitors blood levels of DNA fragments released by dying tumor cells may serve as an accurate early indicator of treatment success...

Researches Develop DNA Test To identify Traces of Pneumonia in Patients with Severe COVID

Researchers have developed a DNA test to quickly identify secondary infections in Covid-19 patients, who have double the risk of developing pneumonia while on...

Indian-Origin Chemist Finds New Clue To How Life Began On Earth

Adding a fresh viewpoint to the origin of life on Earth, an Indian-origin researcher Ramanarayanan Krishnamurthy from Scripps Research in California has made a...

7 DNA Fingerprints Or Patterns That Define Cancer Risk In People

Rewriting the textbook explanation of why some people are at a higher risk of developing cancer, researchers from the University of Calgary have for...

Factors to Consider for a Successful IVF

Lifestyle factors are behavioral factors, circumstances, and habits that are generally modifiable all affect the success rate of an IVF procedure. These factors are...

Maternal Blood Test May Predict Complications Associated With Pregnancy: Study

A blood test commonly used to detect foetal genetic abnormalities may help predict complications associated with pregnancy before symptoms develop, say researchers, including one...

This Breast Cancer Drug May Help Prostate Cancer Patients

A drug used to treat breast and ovarian cancer can extend the lives of some men with prostate cancer, showed results of a major...

Indians Should be Thankful to Their Genes for Low Mortality Rate: Scientists

A study conducted by top genetic experts has revealed that Indians should be thankful to their genes for tiding over the Covid pandemic with...

Diabetes During Pregnancy May Cause Child to Age Faster Biologically

Children born to mothers who had diabetes during pregnancy may age faster biologically and be at an increased risk for obesity and high blood...

Know About the Harmful Metals in E-Cigarettes That Can Damage DNA

E-cigarette users are exposed to increased concentrations of potentially harmful levels of metals that are linked to elevated oxidative DNA damage, a new study...

Males Have Higher Risk of Suffering from Cancer: Study

DNA differences between men and women may explain why cancer risk is higher in males, according to a new study. In findings published in the...

Here’s how Sugar-Rich Diet can Affect Sperm Quality

Men please take note. If you want to preserve the quality of your sperm make sure you don't regularly eat a diet rich in...

Development of Alzheimer’s Disease Not Totally Linked to Genetics: Study

The colour of our eyes or the straightness of our hair is linked to our DNA, but the development of Alzheimer's disease isn't exclusively...

Genetic Variations Influence Risk of Developing Cancer: Study

Shedding new light on why some people develop cancer while others do not, a new study has found that a person's risk of developing...

DNA Changes May Trigger Cancer Along with Other Age-related Diseases

DNA changes throughout a person's life can significantly increase their susceptibility to heart conditions and other age-related diseases, says a research led by an...

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