Oct 30, 2020

Human Genome Project -- 'A race to the starting line'

By Susan Murphy @susanmurphy
This month marks the 30th anniversary of the launch of the Human Genome Project, an international endeavor that mapped the 3 billion DNA letters that make up the blueprint of human life. The ambitious project began in October 1990 and was completed in April 2003. Today, researchers and clinicians with [...]
Human Genome Project -- 'A race to the starting line'
Oct 20, 2020

Toxic Cellular Ooze Linked to Biological Age, Disease and Disability

By Susan Murphy @susanmurphy
By Sara Tiner Cells in the body usually do what they’re told. In response to cues, cells divide, grow, shrink or die as needed. But there are some cells that start to ignore the body’s order to expire: senescent cells. Sometimes called "zombie cells" for their undead lingering, senescent cells have [...]
Toxic Cellular Ooze Linked to Biological Age, Disease and Disability
Oct 15, 2020

Research into Experimental COVID-19 Therapeutics Explained

By Susan Murphy @susanmurphy
By Sara Tiner COVID-19 can affect people in a number of ways. Some can be infected and have no symptoms ― what's known as being asymptomatic. Others have symptoms, but do not have a serious illness. And some can require hospitalization for intensive complications. For those with symptoms or those who [...]
Research into Experimental COVID-19 Therapeutics Explained

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