Posts tagged "Genetic"

Gout Disease – A genetic cause

Gout which is known as Podagra is a condition which is caused by inflammatory arthritis. It also causes urate neuropathy, Stones in kidney etc. It is mainly caused due to increased levels of Uric acid in blood which causes crystals in joints and other surrounding tissues. Read more…

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Posted by Nikela - 09/01/2013 at 05:54

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Foods Prospects and Genetic Modifications

GMOs are very common these days are not very new, although have created a big splatter in the news recently.  Many items in food stores contain genetic modified organisms or constituents that have been scientifically engineered for certain improved traits. Read more…

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Posted by Matthew - 04/12/2012 at 04:31

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Genetic Link for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is a persistent, inflammatory disorder that effect flexible joints, tissues and organs. It causes an inflammation around joints, swelling in synovial cells and fibrous tissue in the cornea, heart valve, cartilage and bones. Read more…

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Posted by Nikela - 26/11/2012 at 07:12

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Panic Grass – Part of a larger $41 million investment

Scientists at the University of Texas at Austin have moved their eye from the Switchgrass- a most potential source of biofuel to the Panicgrass, to study the genetics and physiology of switchgrass. As switchgrass is a very large perennial plant, Read more…

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Posted by Isha - 28/09/2012 at 02:01

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New Genetic Links for Diabetes Discovered

Two projects working on associations have identified a large number of new loci that influence glycemic traits such as blood glucose and insulin levels, and their impact on the risk of type 2 diabetes. Their study was reported independently in Nature Genetics, Read more…

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Posted by Mia Ashley - 08/09/2012 at 02:12

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