Support from others may reduce the impact of genetic risks for depression

Receiving support from others can help mitigate the impact of genetic risks for depression. Researchers from the University of Michigan found that individuals with a high genetic risk of depression benefit most from a nurturing social environment. We found that people most likely to be depressed based on their genes became depressed at higher rates … Read more

JScreen Announces Fifth Annual Jewish Genetic Screening Awareness Week – Feb 11 – Boulder Jewish News

A week of powerful events, timely information and resources to raise awareness of the importance of genetic screening Atlanta, Georgia – January 2023 – JScreenAnd A national nonprofit public health initiative dedicated to the prevention of genetic diseases, announces the fourth annual Jewish Genetic Screening Awareness Week (JGSAW), which will take place on February 5y … Read more

Genetic diagnosis can help treat childhood hearing loss: a study

Understanding the many different genetic causes of childhood hearing loss suggests that genetic testing can aid in treatment planning, including optimal treatment timing. Even if a child with hearing loss was not diagnosed through genetic testing a few years ago, scientists in the field believe retesting is worth it. Hearing loss, usually caused by sensory … Read more

Worldwide Genetic Toxicology Testing Industry is projected to reach $2.4 Billion by 2028 at a CAGR of 13.2%

DublinAnd January 27, 2023 /PRNewswire/ – “Global Genetic Toxicology Testing Market Size, Market Share and Industry Trends Report by Product, Type, Application (Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology, Food Industry, Cosmetics Industry), Regional Forecast and Forecast, 2022-2028” report added to ResearchAndMarkets.com an offer. The size of the global genetic toxicology test market is expected to grow $2.4 billion … Read more

CTO Genetic Analysis Finalist in Innovation Challenge Lyfebulb and Bristol Myers Squibb Addresses Unmet Need in IBD

Oslo, NorwayAnd January 27, 2023 – Molecular Diagnostic Specialist, AS genetic analysis (“GA”) announces the appointment of a Director of Technology for GA Curry Foro He was a finalist in the Lyfebulb Innovation Challenge 2022 in collaboration with Bristol-Myers Squibb (“BMS”) for unmet need in inflammatory bowel disease (“IBD”). GA’s introduced Curry IBD Biomarker Project … Read more

Controversial new research suggests that SARS-CoV-2 bears the hallmarks of genetic engineering

Two recent publications seem to have strengthened the case for the natural origin associated with the “wet market” in Wuhan. These markets sell live animals, often housed in poor conditions, and are known to be sites where new pathogens are transmitted from animal to human. Early cases of COVID-19 have clustered around this market, but … Read more

The first successful genetic modification of cowpea birds

Cowpea editer gene was set to be field tested in United States of America in spring 2023 jivat chen, IsraelAnd January 25, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The first pest plant suitable for automated harvesting has been developed by BetterSeeds, an Agri-Tech company that genetically improves agricultural crops using its proprietary genome editing technology. BetterSeeds is set … Read more

Meet the Woman Behind the Grove City Biotech Business Fighting Genetic Diseases with Reprogrammed Viruses – 614NOW

From a massive 200,000-square-foot facility in Grove City, Dr. Irandi de Silva helps create life-saving medical treatments so small that tens of millions can fit on the head of a pin. No, this is not science fiction. This is central Ohio. De Silva is co-founder of Forge Biologics, a Columbus-area company that specializes in creating … Read more

Discovery of a new genetic disorder sheds light on immunodeficiency

credit: fatido/Getty Images An international collaboration led by Vanderbilt University Medical Center has revealed a new genetic disorder that makes patients vulnerable to opportunistic infections. The research could lead to genetic diagnoses and treatments for this condition, and guide the search for “polymorphic” genetic variants associated with other diseases. There are more than 400 known … Read more