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disease-associated

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  • A key question, now, is whether these sorts of tests - that check our genetic sequences for disease-associated variants - must be run through a doctor or other health care provider's offices.

    Dr. Elaine Schattner: An Educated Medical Consumer: On Personal DNA Testing

  • By mutating a gene to destroy its function (knock-out) or switching it to a disease-associated allele (knock-in), disease is induced if the hypothesis is correct.

    The 2007 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine - Advanced Information

  • Warmer environmental conditions are associated with various excess illnesses resulting from the enhancement of the range and life cycle of disease-associated insects and microbial life forms and viruses; these illness vectors may have been water -, air -, contact -, and/or food-borne [9].

    Global climate change~ federal research on possible human health effects

  • "Pathways that involve rare disease-associated variants may point the way to therapies," explains Shiv Pillai, of the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Cancer Center.

    Medindia Health News

  • A key finding, the authors said, was that there appeared to be negligible difference between the subjects and the control group in disease-associated variants, suggesting that the presence of the genetic variants linked with longevity was of greater importance than absence of disease-associated traits.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Should the finding prove correct, "predicting disease risk using disease-associated variants may be inaccurate and potentially misleading, without more information about other genetic variants that could attenuate such risk" the authors said. doctors with key insight into age-related diseases such as cancer,, and dementia progress in the elderly.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The centenarians had just as many disease-associated variants as shorter-lived mortals, so their special inheritance must be genes that protect against disease, said the authors of the study, a team led by Paola Sebastiani and Thomas T. Perls of

    NYT > Home Page

  • They then applied the algorithms to proteins that have disease-associated mutations assigned to them and looked for statistical co-occurrences of mutations that fell in or near those functional sites.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • Neurons transfected with a disease-associated version of huntingtin, the protein that causes

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  • Sunyaev S, Hanke J, Aydin A, Wirkner U, Zastrow I, et al. (1999) Prediction of nonsynonymous single nucleotide polymorphisms in human disease-associated genes.

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