US senators to issue legislation sanctioning Russia over election interference
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The genome is divided into thousands of “neighborhoods,” or TADs, scientists are finding. Fracturing these partitions can have deadly consequences.
Basics: A Family’s Shared Defect Sheds Light on the Human Genome
The pharmacies, which often sell high-cost drugs for rare diseases to relatively few patients, complain of being cut from benefit managers’ networks.
Specialty Pharmacies Say Benefit Managers Are Squeezing Them Out
Gene editing, which does not add genes from other organisms into plants, is done with new tools that snip and tweak DNA at precise locations.
These Foods Aren’t Genetically Modified but They Are ‘Edited’
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At about 35 percent, the rate is lower than previously reported but still far above the ideal range.
Global Health: Study Finds Lower, but Still High, Rate of C-Sections in China