Monthly Archives: November 2014

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While the connection to chromosome 10 confirms previous findings by other Alzheimers researchers.

About the StudyThe new study found strong evidence for new Alzheimer’s genes on chromosomes 18 and 10 The region of 18 was to the to the disease never before, while the connection to chromosome 10 confirms previous findings by other Alzheimer’s researchers.

The researchers do not yet know in the in the chromosome 18 region is responsible, but since the area is small, there are few opportunities. Mayeux and his colleagues are now trying to identify the gene. Continue reading

Systems Biology.

Biotechnology and society, biotechnology education, biotechnology and ethics, women in biotechnology, Global Life Sciencesexhibitor showcase R & D products and systems in the biotechnologymain speaker Christiane N sslein -Volhard, Zebrafish Genetics and EmbryologyEric Lander, comparative genomics Leroy Hood, Systems Biology Matthias Uhlen, enzyme Engineering Paul Nurse, yeast cell cycle Sidney Brenner elegans development (The Molecular Sciences Inst, Berkeley..

Moreover, the sensor sticks does not identify barriers above the ground and their use requires many skills. All of these systems restrict the use of one hand. This optical radar device is not only user friendly, but unlike the other solutions it allows the blind to have the use of their two hands. .. The number of visually impaired people around the world is estimated to be 40-45 million. Many types of assistance devices , such as guide dogs and fitted with sensors that equipped with sensors that are available to the blind avoid obstacles so they can move around freely . Continue reading

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