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Genetics

Improving chemotherapy health outcomes

January 10, 2019
Texas A&M researchers show why targeting a gene called RASSF1A can reduce the deleterious effects of malignant tumors during chemotherapy

Finding solutions to ‘undruggable’ biotargets for cancer therapy

October 30, 2018
Texas A&M researchers utilized CRISPR-Cas gene editing technology to define a biochemical pathway for cancer treatment

Exploring the undiscovered mechanics of Salmonella infection

September 25, 2018
Could understanding the function of Salmonella genes help determine how the bacteria causes infection? A Texas A&M researcher is working to find out

Nanoparticles may now grow bone and cartilage for humans

May 2, 2018
Researchers discover how new tissues can grow from stem cells to treat conditions like osteoarthritis without dangerous growth factors

Horizons of hope for people at risk of colorectal cancer

December 7, 2017
Research is leading to new technology that promises to detect the genetic mutations of the cancer years before a colonoscopy can

Diet success may depend on your DNA

November 28, 2017
Who we are may be as important as what we eat when it comes to weight and health, research says

Research determines mechanism, moves closer toward possible therapy for type of lymphoma

July 25, 2017
When normal function of a messenger within the body is disrupted, lymphoma can result

Muscles can ‘ask’ for the energy they need

June 30, 2017
Research illuminates the pathway that gets fuel to muscles depending on their activity level

Epigenetic changes on demand: Turning the ‘traffic lights’ of DNA from red to green

April 20, 2017
Texas A&M researchers devise tool to decipher the epigenetic codes of the human genome

Prone to sickness? Blame your genes

March 20, 2017
Whether or not you get sick might have something to do with your genetic makeup, research says