DNA and Genes
A teen with dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa, or "butterfly disease," was legally blind but has now had his sight restored with gene therapy.
Scientists discovered Fanzor proteins, which work like CRISPR but are smaller and more easily delivered into cells, and used them to edit human DNA.
Most organisms have two parents, but not all. Could an individual have three parents, or even more?
A new study finds that the key genetic risk factors for Dupuytren's disease, a crippling hand disorder, are derived from Neanderthals.
New research has revealed that the children of Kathleen Folbigg each had genetic mutations that could explain their deaths.
Two children developed insatiable hunger and severe obesity due to rare genetic mutations, their doctors reported.
A new version of the human reference genome incorporates genetic data from 47 individuals from around the globe, deepening scientists' view into how genes work.
A new paper based on long-lost documents confirms that DNA discoverer Rosalind Franklin should be credited for discovering the double helix.
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