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  • Mosquitos in Asia and the Americas More Susceptible to Zika Virus
    Mosquitos in Asia and the Americas More Susceptible to Zika Virus
    A study explains how Zika was present among mosquitoes in Africa for decades without causing the harm to human health seen outside the continent in recent years.
    Mosquitos in Asia and the Americas More Susceptible to Zika Virus
    Mosquitos in Asia and the Americas More Susceptible to Zika Virus

    A study explains how Zika was present among mosquitoes in Africa for decades without causing the harm to human health seen outside the continent in recent years.

    A study explains how Zika was present among mosquitoes in Africa for decades without causing the harm to human health seen outside the continent in recent years.

    genetics & genomics
    Giant Viruses Can Integrate into the Genomes of Their Hosts
    Giant Viruses Can Integrate into the Genomes of Their Hosts
    Amanda Heidt | Nov 19, 2020
    Rather than introducing small chunks of DNA as other viruses do, some giant viruses can contribute more than 1 million base pairs to a host’s genome, broadening the ways in which viruses may shape eukaryote evolution.
    Q&amp;A: Minks Can Transmit SARS-CoV-2 to Humans, Study Shows
    Q&A: Minks Can Transmit SARS-CoV-2 to Humans, Study Shows
    Max Kozlov | Nov 13, 2020
    Whole genome sequencing of the virus infecting the farm animals showed that it spread from the workers to the mink and back, indicating that an animal could serve as a viral reservoir.
    Q&amp;A: A New Tool for Ensuring Genetic Privacy
    Q&A: A New Tool for Ensuring Genetic Privacy
    Amanda Heidt | Nov 12, 2020
    Gamze Gursoy and Mark Gerstein of Yale Medical School have developed a strategy for stripping identifying variants from functional genomic data, balancing privacy with utility.
    Modern Approaches to qPCR
    Modern Approaches to qPCR
    The Scientist Creative Services Team | Nov 9, 2020
    Download this ebook to learn how updated qPCR instruments provide optimal thermal performance and data connectivity!
    Regulators of Gene Activity in Animals Are Deeply Conserved
    Regulators of Gene Activity in Animals Are Deeply Conserved
    Amanda Heidt | Nov 6, 2020
    Enhancers, short regions of DNA that direct gene expression, of species separated by 700 million years of evolution worked interchangeably, according to a new study.
    Denmark to Cull 17 Million Mink Amid SARS-CoV-2 Mutation Concerns
    Denmark to Cull 17 Million Mink Amid SARS-CoV-2 Mutation Concerns
    Lisa Winter | Nov 5, 2020
    Government authorities say because the animals are good hosts of the novel coronavirus, and this new viral variant could undermine vaccine efforts against COVID-19, they are destroying the nation's entire stock of mink.
    Mining Coding Regions with Whole-Exome Sequencing
    Mining Coding Regions with Whole-Exome Sequencing
    The Scientist Creative Services Team | Nov 4, 2020
    Multiple next-generation sequencing (NGS) techniques offer insights into health and disease.
    Cell Biologist Angelika Amon Dies at 53
    Cell Biologist Angelika Amon Dies at 53
    Max Kozlov | Nov 4, 2020
    A “larger than life personality,” Amon devoted her career to studying the cell cycle and aneuploidy. Her research has shaped the field of cancer biology.
    How a Centipede Survives its Own Species&rsquo; Venom
    How a Centipede Survives its Own Species’ Venom
    Shawna Williams | Nov 1, 2020
    The same toxin targets different receptors in prey and conspecifics to deliver either a lethal or non-lethal blow.
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