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Researchers identify glycosylated RNA

Glycosylated RNA (GlycoRNAs) prior to 2019 were not known to exist. Now, researchers have found that they are present on […]

First early human embryo structure

University of Exeter researchers have discovered a simple and efficient approach to recreate the early structures of the human embryo […]

Creativity set us apart from Neanderthals

Scientists have identified for the first time several genes linked to creativity that differentiate Homo sapiens from Neanderthals. Creativity In […]

Information theory helps identify genes involved in leukaemia

Using a well-known field of mathematics – information theory – researchers have uncovered possible genes involved in the development of […]

Super-enhancers switch on breast cancer genes

Researchers have identified and characterised a set of specific super-enhancers that stimulate the activity of critical breast cancer genes. Breast […]

CRISPR identifies gene involved in metastasis

New research from scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute has revealed a gene that plays a key role in metastasis […]

A new player in graft-versus-host disease

Researchers have identified a long noncoding RNA whose function has shown to play a key role in graft-versus-host disease and […]

New insights into X-inactivation

Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital have uncovered new insights into our understanding of X-inactivation in female mammals. Chromosome architecture Classical […]

ADAR1 protects telomeres and supports cancer cell proliferation

Researchers at The Wistar Institute have identified a new function of ADAR1, a protein responsible for RNA editing, discovering that […]

Protein architecture of budding yeast

Researchers have mapped the binding locations of over 400 different proteins on the yeast genome, providing the most thorough and […]