New Map of Genomic Variation Will Enable Disease Research
...esearchers have unveiled a powerful new resource for scientists and health providers studying human illnesses -- a reference standard of deletions and duplications
of DNA found in the human genome. Drawn from over 2,000 healthy persons, the study provides one of the deepest and broadest sets of copy number variat...
Upstate HomeCare Expands, Adds Pharmacies
...O'Hern, MD. "A pharmacy that is knowledgeable of a homecare patient's needs plays a critical role in managing a patient's medications for errors, duplications
and therapeutic effectiveness. Working with the healthcare team assembled in the home to achieve successful outcomes for the patient is more importa...
Study IDs Variations in Black, White Genomes
...362 copy number variations (CNVs) in the human genome of blacks and 1,972 in whites.
CNVs -- differences in gene copy numbers caused by deletions, duplications
or rearrangements of genomic regions -- account for a large amount of human diversity and can also be associated with behavioral traits or increased s...
Blue Cross Receives Disease Management Awards
...ge of health challenges: prevention, episodic and chronic conditions and catastrophic illness care. Our members have no interruption in continuity--no duplications
or handoffs from case management to disease management. It's a single point of contact."
A key tool in the program is a "living database" whic...
Genome Study Points to New Culprit for Schizophrenia
...esearchers identified several CNVs they believe may be associated with the psychiatric disorder.
CNVs are common and usually appear as deletions or duplications
of significant stretches of DNA. But the largest deletions -- those over 2 million bases long -- appear only in people with schizophrenia, Need said. ...
New candidate genes for schizophrenia identified
...icularly severe form of the disease that is both chronic and debilitating.
Specifically, they looked at a number of large but rare deletions and duplications
in the genome of the patients, known as copy number variants, or CNVs. Scientists suspect that such missing or duplicated segments of DNA could be res...
Huge virulence gene superfamily responsible for devastating plant diseases
...tions of these C-terminal motifs are being investigated further.
The Avh gene superfamily is one of the most rapidly evolving parts of the genome. duplications
of genes are common and presumably responsible for the rapid expansion of the family. The diversity and duplication of genes noted in the sequences ar...
UCLA researchers examine human embryonic stem cell genome
...erences between individual DNA sequences provide the basis for human genetic variability. Forms of variation include single DNA base pair alterations, duplications
or deletions of genes or sets of genes, and translocations, a chromosomal rearrangement in which a segment of genetic material from one chromosome bec...
Schizophrenia Tied to Multiple Genetic Errors
... News) -- Scientists have found that deletions and duplications
in DNA are more common in people with schizophreni...ological function.
Because these deletions and duplications
differ from person to person, the study findings c...t the disease. The researchers found deletions and duplications
of genes in 15 percent of those with schizophrenia...
International consortium announces the 1000 Genomes Project
...oduce a high-resolution map of larger differences in genome structure called structural variants. Structural variants are rearrangements, deletions or duplications
of segments of the human genome. The importance of these variants has become increasingly clear with surveys completed in the past 18 months that show...
duplications in Medical Technology
More Gene Mutations Linked to Autism Risk
...ut not in the healthy controls. The complex combination of multiple genetic duplications
and deletions is thought to interfere with gene function, which can disrupt... on changes in the exons of DNA--protein-coding areas in which deletions or duplications
are more likely to directly disrupt biological functions," said study leade...
Autism Genes Discovered; Help Shape Connections Among Brain Cells
...f Washington .
Hakonarson's second study in Nature , also using genome-wide association tools, identified copy number variations -- deletions or duplications
of DNA -- that increase a child's risk of having an ASD. Interestingly, these variants were enriched in genes that belong to two biological pathways, ...
deCODE and SGENE Consortium Discover Deletions in the Human Genome Linked to Risk of Schizophrenia
...netic contribution to susceptibility. It is encouraging
that our efforts to use SNP chips to detect rarer variations such as
spontaneous deletions and duplications
is now bearing fruit," said Kari
Stefansson, CEO of deCODE.
In the recent wave of discoveries of risk variants for common diseases,
Gene Chips to Detect CYP Variations: A New Step Toward Customized Medical Therapy.
... that therapeutic value is lost.
Patients can also carry mutations or duplications
in one or more CYP enzymes. Usually unbeknownst to the clinician, these po...6 and CYP2C19. The microarray is also constructed in a way that can detect duplications
of a particular allele.
The actual test is carried out with a patient...
duplications in Biological News
Further gene mutations linked to autism risk
...n some, but not all, of the affected individuals in families.
"We focused on changes in the exons of DNAprotein-coding areas in which deletions or duplications
are more likely to directly disrupt biological functions," said study leader Hakon Hakonarson. "We identified additional autism susceptibility genes, ...
Ancestral genome of present-day African great apes & humans had burst of DNA sequence duplication
...on, the researchers constructed a map of segmental duplications
for four primate genomes:
macaque, orangutan, chimpanzee, and human. They then compared the duplications
across the four species. They characterized a dupl...ontent was human-specific, while the major part of duplications
was shared with the other species.
"Our team fo...
International study identifies gene variants associated with early heart attack
...sands of SNPs at once; and a gene chip developed by Altshuler's team that can simulaneously screen for SNPs and for copy-number variants deletions or duplications
of gene segments, a type of change associated with several disease categories. After analysis of the consortium's samples identified SNPs that could b...
Microarray analysis improves prenatal diagnosis
"The array enables you to detect smaller deletions or duplications
of genetic material that would not be seen on a regular karyotype (a depict...genetics at BCM and first author of the report. Each of these deletions or duplications
is rare but added together, the rate of event could be as high as that seen...
Aberrations in region of chromosome 1q21.1 associated with broad range of disorders in children
...e Pediatric Phenotypes." The results are discussed in an accompanying editorial by David H. Ledbetter of Emory University in Atlanta.
Deletions and duplications
of major sections of the human genome have long been known to cause disease or make a person susceptible to disease. Recent technological advances, ca...
Duck-billed platypus genome sequence published
...onsible for venom production in the male platypus, they made a surprising finding. They discovered that venom produced by the male platypus arose from duplications
in certain genes over the course of evolutionary time which had been passed on from ancestral reptile genomes. The reptilian lineage displays a simila...
First draft of transgenic papaya genome yields many fruits
...nome took a different evolutionary path after its divergence from that of Arabidopsis about 72 million years ago, Ming said. Arabidopsis underwent two duplications
of its entire genome in its recent evolutionary past, he said. These duplications, called alpha and beta, are not shared by papaya or grape. A much ea...
David H. Ledbetter, PhD, FACMG is the 2008-2009 Luminex/ACMGF Award recipient
...o develop a uniform, evidence-based Molecular Karyotype and shared national database to rapidly accumulate data on pathogenic vs. benign deletions and duplications
in the human genome.
CSHL scientists part of team that discovers role of rare gene mutations in schizophrenia
...vastating illness is caused.
The team screened for novel deletions and duplications
in the genome -- what are called gene copy-number variations, or CNVs. They found that deletions, disruptions and duplications
of normal genes, most of them rare, were three to four times more frequent ...
Iowa State researchers help piece together the corn genome's first draft
...s or days instead of months. LTR_par identifies retrotransposons, another mobile genetic element that can cause genome changes such as mutations, gene duplications
and chromosome rearrangements.
Schnable said the resulting draft of the corn genome provides plant scientists with a lot of data to work with. He ...
duplications in Biological Technology
International science consortium publishes analysis of domestic cattle genome sequence
...tical copes of DNA present in at least two locations in a genome. Segmental duplications
in the human genome are associated with a variety of human disorders, inclu...ow-energy food sources into high-energy muscle, fat and milk.
in the domestic cattle genome have also resulted in specialized roles for g...
DNA duplication: A mechanism for 'survival of the fittest'
...ticated research techniques, they have dated these duplications
as closely as possible.
Yves Van de Peer's group then noticed that the most recent duplications
occurred at approximately the same time in all of ...of evolution, 'the same time' is relative: the DNA duplications
occurred between 40 and 80 million years ago. So, ...
Roche Makes Offer to Acquire All Outstanding Shares of Genentech for US$89.00 Per Share in Cash
..., partnerships and other key assets - Improved operational efficiency to result from reduced complexity, elimination of duplications
and increased scale in the U.S.
- Genentech's unique research culture to be maintained; South San Francisco
site to operate as an independent research...
Impact of e-medical records will be felt at home
...rpose of research and evidence-based medicine is cumbersome, at best. And then there's the cost: old-fashioned medical records can lead to unnecessary duplications
of tests and treatments, which can become expensive - not what we want when healthcare costs are skyrocketing.
That's why, almost a year ago, Gov. ...
Rapid detection of genomic
duplications and deletions using
the Agilent 2100 bioanalyzer
and deletions are known to cause a wide variety of...ements,
small (e.g. single exon) deletions
are not usually
detected with this method. Two
work on the analysis of deletions
in the DMD geneusing MAPH3. While this concentrate...
Randomize Gene Sequences with New PCR Mutagenesis Kit
is the product of DNA polymerase error rate and number of target duplications
2). In the GeneMorph kit, a sufficiently high...d, targets amplified from low
amounts of target DNA undergo more duplications
than targets amplified
from high concentrations of DNA. This pri...
prostar RT-PCR Systems for Robust High-Fidelity RNA Amplification
...tion when an RNA template is reverse transcribed with
MMLV-RT (error rate of 3.3 x10 -5 /base 6 ), and then a 1-kb
portion is PCR amplified for 20 duplications
(10 6 -fold amplification)
using Stratagenes PfuTurbo DNA polymerase (error rate of 1.3 x 10 -6
M.F./bp/duplication 7 ). The percentage of 1-kb c...
Novel PCR Enhancing Factor Improves Performance of Pfu DNA Polymerase
DNA, and error rates (mutation frequency per base pair per duplication)
were found to be independent of the number of target duplications
not shown). No significant difference in error rate was observed between
PfuTurbo and Pfu DNA polymerases under several di...
duplications in Biological Definition
...ed fruit fly are legs where the antennae should be, and a second pair of wings. Duplication of homeobox genes can produce new body segments, and such duplications
are likely to have been important in the evolution of segmented animals.
In a loose analogy to computing , one can think of a homeobox gene like ...
duplications in Biological Dictionary
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