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OMICS Group - Open Access Journals, Scientific Conferences & Events Organizer | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it

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'Criteria of speaker selection is important to convey the quality level' - Express Pharma Online

'Criteria of speaker selection is important to convey the quality level' - Express Pharma Online | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it
Find latest pharma market on the detailed improvement in pharmaceutical industry including news influencing from pharmaceutical events, biotech market, pharma industry associations, trade association for pharma market experts from...
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Hereditary Thrombophilic- A Risk to Pregnancy

Hereditary Thrombophilic- A Risk to Pregnancy | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it

Hereditary Hypercoagulation has role in thrombophilia-associated recurrent fetal loss.  The molecular basis for the majority of otherwise unexplained ...(Read More)

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GENE responsible for Usher syndrome

GENE responsible for Usher syndrome | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it

Usher syndrome is a rare hereditary overwhelming disease. The effected babies lose both hearing and vision. Genes related to Usher syndrome were ...(Read more interesting)

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Role of Genetics in Autism

Role of Genetics in Autism | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it

In children with Autism, the risks of brain disorders are inherited from their parents. About 40 – 80 percent of risk is inherited. To overcome ... (Read more interesting)

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Epistatic Control of Mammary Cancer Susceptibility in Mice may Depend on the Dietary Environment

Epistatic Control of Mammary Cancer Susceptibility in Mice may Depend on the Dietary Environment | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it

  Breast cancer is a particularly prevalent form of cancer that affects about 12% of all women at some point during their lifetime. For 2010 in the United States, this translates into more than 200,000 women, with nearly 40,000 predicted to die. Death typically results from secondary metastatic disease , with the five-year survival percentage being only 23.4% if the cancer has metastasized. As a consequence, currently there is an intense focus on understanding the genetic and environmental factors controlling metastatic progression with an eventual goal of reducing the mortality associated with this disease.(Read More Interesting)

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The Influence of Polymorphisms in the MxA Promoter and the elF-2α Regulatory Region 2 on the Natural outcome of HBV Infection

The Influence of Polymorphisms in the MxA Promoter and the elF-2α Regulatory Region 2 on the Natural outcome of HBV Infection | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it

Interferon(IFN) stimulates the expression of a number of genes encoding enzymes with antiviral activities, including myxovirus resistance A(MxA) and double-stranded RNA-dependent protein kinase(PKR). PKR is also activated by dsRNA, this leads to the phosphorylation of eukaryotic initiation factor 2a(elF-2α), which halts viral replication. We investigated whether polymorphisms in MxA promoter and elF-2α regulatory region 2(elF-2α reg2) influenced the natural outcome of hepatitis B virus(HBV) infection. A total of 243 patients with chronic HBV infection and 160 patients with self-limited HBV infection were used to genotype and identify this single-nucleotide polymorphism(SNP) by polymerase chain reaction-restriction fragment length polymorphism and sequencing, respectively (Read more Interesting)

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Utility of CT Perfusion Imaging for Grading of Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma

Utility of CT Perfusion Imaging for Grading of Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it

Clear cell renal cell carcinoma accounts for about 63 ~88.7% of the renal cell carcinoma . In addition to traditional surgery, minimally invasive treatments, including radio frequency ablation and cryoablation surgery, are also choices for some small, low-grade clear cell carcinoma. These alternative therapies are especially suitable for the elderly, whose postoperative quality of life can be significantly improved . Therefore, accurate evaluation of tumor grading is essential for the treatment plan, the choice of surgical approach and objective evaluation of prognosis. Currently, in CCRCC, Fuhrman nuclear grading system is superior to tumor size, stage and other prognostic factors, and is considered to be a quite accurate prognostic evaluation system.

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Hereditary Genetics | OMICS Group

Hereditary Genetics | OMICS Group | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it

 The process of Heredity occurs among all living things including animals, plants, bacteria, protists and fungi. The study of Heredity in biology is called genetics. A genetic disease can be caused by a mutation of DNA in one single individual. A Hereditary disease is one that is passed down through genes. Journal of Hereditary Genetics is an online manuscript submission, review and tracking system for quality and quick reviewing processing. Review processing is performed by the editorial board members or outside experts; at least two independent reviewers approval followed by editorial approval is required for acceptance of any citable manuscript.

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Submit Manuscripts as e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office at  editor.hcr@omicsonline.org



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Is Lesbianism in Female Genetically Oriented??

Is Lesbianism in Female Genetically Oriented?? | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it

It is interesting to know that Lesbianism is 25 % genetic. Women who are straight have a greater tendency to get knocked up than gay women. This fact ...(Know more about the fact)

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New Model to Understand Hereditary process

New Model to Understand Hereditary process | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it

Genetic code gives information about external appearance to internal diseases. All those genes are inherited from Parents unknowingly but a new model ...(Know more interesting)

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Genetically Altered Eggs Fights Fatal Diseases

Genetically Altered Eggs Fights Fatal Diseases | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it

Fatal diseases are the diseases which once attacked, are not cured in life time, unless proper care is taken. The most common fatal diseases are ... (read more interesting)

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Advances in Bioinformatics Tools for High-Throughput Sequencing Data of DNA Methylation

Advances in Bioinformatics Tools for High-Throughput Sequencing Data of DNA Methylation | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it

DNA methylation plays crucial roles in regulating gene expression during cellular development and differentiation. Recently, Next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies spurred a revolution in investigating global DNA methylation profiles. Analysis of DNA methylation patterns on a genome-wide scale is essential to understanding the underlying mechanisms of DNA methylation. Here, we reviewed several next-generation sequencing techniques coupled with different pretreatment methods (endonuclease digestion, affinity enrichment and bisulfite conversion) and summarized the relative bioinformatics tools and resources for further analysis of DNA methylation.(Read more Interesting)

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Metformin- A Promising Agent for Chemoprevention in BRCA1 Carriers

Metformin- A Promising Agent for Chemoprevention in BRCA1 Carriers | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it

Women who carry germline mutations in the BRCA1 gene (BRCA1 carriers) have the highest individual lifetime risk for breast cancer (BCa) known , with 50% of carriers developing breast cancer by age 50. BRCA2 carriers also have a higher risk but relatively lower than BRCA1 carriers. (read more interesting)

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Role of Animal Models in the Study of Human Genetic Polycystic Kidney Disease

Role of Animal Models in the Study of Human Genetic Polycystic Kidney Disease | Hereditary Genetics | Scoop.it

" Abstract: Study on animal models plays important role in understanding the molecular basis underlying the human genetic diseases. Dozens of animal models for human polycystic kidney disease (PKD) have been established and provided insightful information in better understanding of PKD in either pre-genomic or post-genomic time..( read out more interesting….)

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