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Eye Diseases Diagnosed Through Genetical Testing

Researchers from the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center had developed a rapid genetical testing to diagnose eye diseases in people. Scientists have created a first-of-its-kind test on a // microchip array that will help physicians hone their diagnoses for patients with the blinding dise...

Chronic kidney disease has genetical origins

Researchers have discovered two common genetical variants that increase the risk for developing// chronic kidney disease. Chronic kidney disease is a condition in which kidneys of the body are unable to function properly in maintaining the correct fluid and waste balance that is part of the me...

Bone Fractures In Elderly Can Be Genetical

The problem of increasing risk to bone fractures may be due to genetical reasons, said a study in the September issue of Archives of Internal Medicine. Bone fractures resulting from osteoporosis have a profound impact on quality of life // , with only one third of patients regaining their pre-fr...

Low immunity in people with multiple sclerosis may be genetical

People who have low immunity that had lead to inability to curbing of inflammatory cells// and cause multiple sclerosis may have genes that act likewise. Researchers from Oregon Health & Science University have reported that the FOXP3 gene may be responsible for the low immune problem that leads to...

Risk Of Pre-eclampsia May Be In The Genes Of The Parents.

... The risk of pre-eclampsia in pregnant women may be genetical and both the parents’ genes of the pregnant lady may have the gene expressions that can trigger this // condition in her. The report is published in t...

Gene Decides How Much Exercise In Needed For The Elderly People

... Research suggests that the reason why elderly population differs in their ability to exercise for better physical ability may be genetical by //nature. Researchers found that an enzyme involved in blood pressure regulation may also influence how the body responds to exercise. The fin...

Scientist discover secrets of ageing

...geing. Researchers are hopeful that such knowledge can lead to ways to restore loss of hearing by protecting the DNA of the mitochondria from the genetical mutations. Such insight could also lead to strategies to restore some functions such as hearing by protecting mitochondrial DNA from naturally oc...

Low birth weight in babies may mean health risk for fathers

...n between the birth weight of the babies and risk of cardiovascular diseases in the fathers. The researchers have accounted for the result as it being genetical by nature. The report also points out that mothers may be at risk of death from cardiac problems more than fathers of babies of low birth weights. ...

Testing genes for disease does not cause harm to children of people with Alzheimers

... parents with Alzheimers. A new study points out that this may not be true. genetical testing has no effect on the mental health of offsprings of patients with A...iversity School of Medicine had conducted the study that had focused on the genetical testing for the biomarker ApoE4, which is the part of the apolipoprotein E ...

Blood test developed for malignant hyperthermia

... Experts have developed a blood test to determine the genetical predisposition for a rare condition// called malignant hyperthermia. M...sthetics or depolarizing muscle relaxants that have to work together with a genetical predisposition to cause the condition. The symptoms often include tachycard...

New insight for dopamine transporter

... Researchers of Yale University had discovered a changed version of dopamine// transporter in healthy persons with genetical variations that may be associated with substance abuse or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Dopamine is a protein produced in th...

Gene to identify risk of stroke in sickle cell anemia

...enes in the pathway TGF-beta, as well as hemoglobin levels of the patients. The current study shows that stroke is complex phenomena will strong genetical influence. ...
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