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British scientists claimed Wednesday to have created human sperm from embryonic stem cells for the first time, an accomplishment they say may someday help infertile men father children.
2009/7/9
Work or personal stress may make you want to pull your hair out, but it's cellular stress that actually turns it gray, a new study has found.
2009/7/6
A Taiwanese research team has made a breakthrough in the development of DNA-based vaccine patches that can replace invasive injections as a vaccine delivery method, an academic source said yesterday.
2009/6/25
Local researchers pioneer DNA-based  vaccine patches
U.S. researchers said on Thursday they had come up with the safest way yet to make stem-like cells using a patient's ordinary skin cells, this time by using pure human proteins.
2009/6/1
Researchers in Japan have identified a gene that appears to determine cyclical hair loss in mice and believe it may also be responsible for hair loss, or alopecia, in people.
2009/5/27
Cisd2 gene may hold secret to human longevity: scientists
A group of Taiwanese scientists said yesterday that their research has identified a gene that may hold the secret to human longevity.
2009/5/16
Rare inherited genetic disorders worsened by repeated inbreeding may have brought down the powerful Spanish Habsburg dynasty, Spanish researchers said on Tuesday.
2009/4/16
Japanese scientists on Monday said they had uncovered a genetic variant that could help explain why Asians seem especially vulnerable to the hepatitis B virus (HBV).
2009/4/8
Researchers have found nine new gene variations that can make a person vulnerable to sudden cardiac death and confirmed the role of another, international researchers said on Sunday.
2009/3/23
U.S. researchers have found a gene responsible for turning a plate of pasta into fat, offering new clues about how the body metabolizes carbohydrates and how they contribute to obesity.
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