Human Gen & Embryology

Human Genetics & Embryology

Human Evolution

The majority of human genetic variation has occurred in the past five thousand to ten thousand years, which is relatively recent in evolution field. The array of human diversity that exists in present world is entirely different than it was two hundred to four hundred generations ago. Read more…

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Posted by Jim Morrison - 12/12/2012 at 05:34

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Kidney Defect & Neural Disorder: Genetic Link

The gene mutations found in children with kidney defects lead to the neurodevelopmental diseases in the later stages of life. Kidney disease and congenital urinary tract disorder contribute to the 25% of the birth abnormalities in children. Read more…

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Posted by Jim Morrison - 27/11/2012 at 00:14

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New Human Genes Associated with Bowel Disease

Researchers have found seventy one new human genes in association with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. These are chronic inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) which affects the small and large (colon) intestines people in this planet. The DNA Read more…

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Posted by Jim Morrison - 14/11/2012 at 00:26

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Carrots for Health

Carrot is a root vegetable that is orange in color. There are other varieties like yellow, white, red, and purple in color. It adds taste to almost any dish to health too. They are also good for body’s overall health, particularly that of the skin, eyes, digestive system and teeth. Read more…

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Posted by Jim Morrison - 12/11/2012 at 02:47

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Gene Bursting Plays a Key Role in Protein Production

Switching on and off of a gene is known as “bursting“. It is a dominant method by which gene makes protein. This gives a great insight for the scholars to understand what actually happens at the molecular level when there is a disruption Read more…

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Posted by Jim Morrison - 27/10/2012 at 00:24

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PRPS1 Helps to Aid Deafness

Deafness is an inability of a person to respond to sound stimuli in a range of 20 to 20 KHz. There are different forms of hearing inability. They might be acquired or in some cases hereditary. A rare form of progressive deafness in males is the Post lingual Read more…

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Posted by Jim Morrison - 23/10/2012 at 00:48

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