Case Western Reserve University research team identifies new mechanism for protecting DNA

Scienmag

CLEVELAND—Researchers from Case Western Reserve University have identified a new mechanism by which a protein known for repairing damaged DNA also protects the integrity of DNA by preserving its structural shape.

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DNA DATA STORAGE: RESEARCH LANDSCAPE AND FUTURE PROSPECTS

Roots Analysis

DNA data storage involves encoding and decoding binary data to and from synthesized strands of DNA. Consequently, the data is retrieved by sequencing this DNA chain and decoding the nucleotide sequences from the artificial DNA back into binary data. Coding and DNA Writing.

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Scientists build ‘valves’ in DNA to shape biological information flows

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Scientists at the University of Bristol have developed new biological parts that are able to shape the flow of cellular processes along DNA. Credit: Thomas Gorochowski Scientists at the University of Bristol have developed new biological parts that are able to shape the flow of cellular processes along DNA. Chemistry AND Physics biological build DNA flows information scientists shape valves

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UCI-led study confirms linkage between altered DNA repair and DNA damage in neurodegenerative conditions causing debilitating movement disorders

Scienmag

30, 2021 — A new study led by University of California, Irvine researchers has confirmed a link between altered DNA repair and increased DNA damage associated with spinocerebellar ataxia type 7 (SCA7), a debilitating, sometimes deadly neurodegenerative condition causing movement disorders.

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Towards self-restoring electronic devices with long DNA molecules

Scienmag

In every advanced organism, the molecule called DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid, to use its full name) forms the genetic code. Technology and Engineering devices DNA Electronic long molecules selfrestoring

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How DNA is preserved in archaeological sediments for thousands of years

Scienmag

However, in recent years it has been shown that sediments can contain ancient biomolecules, including DNA. The retrieval of ancient human and faunal DNA from sediments offers exciting new opportunities to investigate the geographical and temporal […].

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Scientists from CNIO and Massachusetts General Hospital develop tools to visualise DNA repair as never before

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Each one of the trillions of cells that make up the human body suffers more than 10,000 DNA lesions every day. Cancer CNIO develop DNA General hospital Massachusetts repair scientists tools visualise

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The sky’s the limit: Using airborne DNA to monitor insect biodiversity

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Scientists at Lund University have discovered for the first time that it is possible to detect insect DNA in the air. Using air from three sites in Sweden, insect DNA from 85 species could be identified. Biology airborne Biodiversity DNA insect limit monitor skys

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Novel artificial genomic DNA can replicate and evolve outside the cell

Scienmag

Biology Artificial cell DNA evolve genomic replicate

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Collecting DNA from thin air

Pharma R&D Today

In a proof-of-concept study published this spring, researchers revealed that animal DNA can be collected from air sampling. The study’s authors have dubbed this DNA “airDNA,” and it could open up a lot of possibilities for better understanding the world around us.

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Living descendant of Sitting Bull confirmed by analysis of DNA from the legendary leader’s hair.

Scienmag

A man’s claim to be the great-grandson of legendary Native American leader Sitting Bull has been confirmed using DNA extracted from Sitting Bull’s scalp lock. This is the first time ancient DNA has been used to confirm a familial relationship between living and historical individuals.

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Fastest DNA sequencing technique helps undiagnosed patients find answers in mere hours

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Pacific time to coincide with the study’s publication in The New England Journal of Medicine Media contact: Hanae Armitage at (650) 725-5376 (harmitag@stanford.edu) Fastest DNA sequencing technique helps undiagnosed patients find answers in mere hours A new ultra-rapid genome sequencing approach developed by Stanford Medicine scientists and their collaborators was […]. Latest News answers DNA fastest find helps hours mere Patients sequencing technique undiagnosed

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TDP-43 DNA methylation may contribute to the mystery of age-dependent motor cortex involvement in ALS

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Aging is a risk factor for the accumulation of TDP-43 (transduction responsive region DNA-binding protein of 43kDa) in the motor cortex. Biology agedependent ALS contribute cortex DNA involvement methylation motor mystery TDP43

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DNA Script Obtains CE Mark for SYNTAX DNA Printing Platform

BioTech 365

DNA Script Obtains CE Mark for SYNTAX DNA Printing Platform DNA Script Obtains CE Mark for SYNTAX DNA Printing Platform SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. &

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Under the scanner: GIST scientists unravel the inner workings of DNA repair enzymes

Scienmag

DNA is the instruction manual for every living organism, guiding the development and functioning of all biological processes. In essence, it is a molecule with a double helix structure with each unit of a helix containing what are known as “DNA bases”.

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First genome-wide ancient human DNA from Sudan shines new light on Nile Valley past

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The first genome-wide ancient human DNA data from Sudan reveals new insights into the ancestry and social organization of people who lived more than 1,000 years ago in the Nile Valley, an important genetic and cultural crossroads. Nature Communications published the analyses of the DNA of 66 individuals from a site in ancient Nubia known […]. Latest News ancient DNA genomewide human light Nile shines Sudan valley

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DNA circuits

Scienmag

Changing the shape of soft matter using logic circuits made from DNA The myriad processes occurring in biological cells may seem unbelievably complex at first glance. And yet, in principle, they are merely a logical succession of events, and could even be used to form digital circuits. Researchers have now developed a molecular switching circuit […]. Technology and Engineering Chemistry/Physics/Materials Sciences Nanotechnology/Micromachines

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Princeton-led study of DNA repair boosts prospects for gene editing technology

Scienmag

The ability to edit the genome by altering the DNA sequence inside a living cell is powerful for research and holds enormous promise for the treatment of diseases. Medicine & Health boosts DNA editing gene Princetonled prospects repair study technology

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eureKARE Joins DNA Data Storage Alliance

BioTech 365

eureKARE Joins DNA Data Storage Alliance eureKARE Joins DNA Data Storage Alliance eureKARE Joins DNA Data Storage Alliance eureKARE joins the DNA Data Storage Alliance founded by Illumina, Inc., Microsoft, Twist Bioscience Corporation and Western Digital Members collaborate to build … Continue reading → GlobeNewswire

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Mouse cell studies show that correcting DNA disorganization could aid diagnosis and treatment of rare inherited diseases

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In a study with lab-grown mouse cells, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say they have found that a protein that helps form a structural network under the surface of the cell’s “command center” — its nucleus — is key to ensuring that DNA inside it remains orderly.

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Ancient DNA found in soil samples reveals mammoths, Yukon wild horses survived thousands of years longer than believed

Scienmag

Social & Behavioral Science ancient believed DNA horses longer mammoths reveals samples soil survived thousands wild years YukonHAMILTON, Dec.

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Sequencing of bone marrow DNA may predict leukemia relapse after CAR-T therapy with sufficient time to intervene

Scienmag

Bottom Line: In pediatric and young adult patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) treated with tisagenlecleucel (Kymriah), DNA sequencing-based detection of residual disease between three and 12 months accurately identified all patients who would eventually relapse, while other methods were less predictive. Latest News bone CART DNA intervene leukemia marrow predict relapse sequencing sufficient therapy time

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How DNA-encoded Libraries Boost Drug Discovery

Pharma R&D Today

DNA-encoded libraries (DELs) have been gaining a lot of traction in hit finding and drug discovery in recent years. Pharma R&D chemical libraries DEL DNA DNA encoded libraries Dr. Andreas Brunschweiger drug discovery library small molecules webinar

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COVID prompts another milestone, as India clears first DNA vaccine

Pharma Phorum

The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the development of mRNA-based vaccines, and its influence has now extended to DNA-based shots as well, with Zydus Cadila’s ZyCoV-D getting emergency use authorisation in India.

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Castration delays DNA aging

Scienmag

New research shows that castration of male sheep delays aging of DNA compared to intact males Credit: Victoria Surgue Most of us are familiar with the fact that women live longer than men. But fellas, if we told you there was one thing that could be done to increase your lifespan, would you do it? […]. Medicine & Health Aging Cell Biology Genetics Gerontology Medicine/Health Mortality/Longevity Zoology/Veterinary Science

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Third Rock launches biotech targeting 'notoriously difficult' DNA regulators

Bio Pharma Dive

With $82 million in hand, Flare Therapeutics is looking to create precision cancer drugs by going after a type of protein called transcription factors

DNA sensor quickly determines whether viruses are infectious

Scienmag

Technology and Engineering determines DNA infectious quickly sensor virusesCHAMPAIGN, Ill. — A new sensor can detect not only whether a virus is present, but whether it’s infectious – an important distinction for containing viral spread.

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Origami with DNA

Scienmag

A team at TU Wien was able to answer important questions about the immune system – with a trick reminiscent of paper folding. Credit: TU Wien T-cells are an important component of our immune system: with the receptors they carry on their surface, they can recognise highly specific antigens.

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Zydus Cadila nears world-first human plasmid DNA vaccine approval

Pharma Phorum

Zydus Cadila has filed for emergency use approval (EUA) in India of its plasmid DNA-based vaccine for COVID-19, which if given a green light could become the first shot of its type to be cleared for widespread use in humans. .

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DNA Sequencing Markets, 2030 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

BioTech 365

DNA Sequencing Markets, 2030 – ResearchAndMarkets.com DNA Sequencing Markets, 2030 – ResearchAndMarkets.com DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “DNA Sequencing – Technologies, Markets & Companies” report from Jain PharmaBiotech has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

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Ancient DNA rewrites early Japanese history — modern day populations have tripartite genetic origin

Scienmag

Ancient DNA extracted from human bones has rewritten early Japanese history by underlining that modern day populations in Japan have a tripartite genetic origin – a finding that refines previously accepted views of a dual genomic ancestry [Friday, 17th September 2021].

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DNA Script Raises $165M in Oversubscribed Series C Financing to Accelerate Commercialization of Enzymatic DNA Printing Platform

BioTech 365

DNA Script Raises $165M in Oversubscribed Series C Financing to Accelerate Commercialization of Enzymatic DNA Printing Platform DNA Script Raises $165M in Oversubscribed Series C Financing to Accelerate Commercialization of Enzymatic DNA Printing Platform New Funding, Targeted to Accelerate Application … Continue reading → Business Wire

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Applied DNA to Participate in Upcoming Conferences

BioTech 365

Applied DNA to Participate in Upcoming Conferences Applied DNA to Participate in Upcoming Conferences STONY BROOK, N.Y.–(BUSINESS –(BUSINESS WIRE)–$APDN #COVID19–Applied DNA Sciences, Inc.

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Applied DNA and Stratum Reservoir (Isotech) Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Leverage Isotopic Analysis for Enhanced DNA-Based Cotton Authenticity and Provenance

BioTech 365

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How much does the DNA extraction route impact the results of microbiome research?

Scienmag

Biology DNA extraction impact microbiome research results routeLet’s face it, we are a results-driven society. Too focused on the outcome, people don’t often think about the “how.” For instance, did you think about “how” you got to work this morning or did you just get there?

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Could DNA-based COVID-19 vaccine offer variant-busting booster shot?

BioPharma Reporter

With Scancell taking its DNA-based COVID-19 vaccine tech into clinical trials this year, it is already focusing its attention on the techâs potential to be used as a needle-free booster shot to address Variants of Concern.

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A new twist on DNA origami

Scienmag

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Biologists find invasive snails using new DNA-detection technique

Scienmag

Biologists led by the University of Iowa discovered the presence of the invasive New Zealand mud snail by detecting their DNA in waters they were inhabiting incognito. The researchers employed a technique called environmental DNA (eDNA) to reveal the […].

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Deluge of DNA changes drives progression of fatal melanomas

Scienmag

Credit: WEHI, Australia Melbourne researchers have revealed how melanoma cells are flooded with DNA changes as this skin cancer progresses from early, treatable stages through to fatal end-stage disease.

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Evonetix Granted Patent for DNA Data Storage and Retrieval Method

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Bradford scientists find DNA ‘switch’ in fight against cancer and dementia

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Scientists from the University of Bradford have discovered a DNA protein ‘switch’ that could help in the treatment of cancer and dementia. Credit: University of Bradford Scientists from the University of Bradford have discovered a DNA protein ‘switch’ that could help in the treatment of cancer and dementia. Cancer Bradford cancer dementia DNA fight find scientists switch

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NIST publishes a beginner’s guide to DNA origami

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Dill/NIST In a technique known as DNA origami, researchers fold long strands of DNA over and over again to construct a variety of tiny 3D structures, including miniature biosensors and drug-delivery containers. Credit: K.

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DNA Script Exclusively Licenses baseclick GmbH Technology to Enable Benchtop Printing of Modified DNA On-Demand

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DNA Script Exclusively Licenses baseclick GmbH Technology to Enable Benchtop Printing of Modified DNA On-Demand DNA Script Exclusively Licenses baseclick GmbH Technology to Enable Benchtop Printing of Modified DNA On-Demand PARIS & SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.–(BUSINESS

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