The genes that determine each of our distinct blood groups are well known, but how and why different people have different amounts of blood group molecules is a mystery. For the safety of blood transfusions, this may be significant.
Bioinformatics gets a major boost with the release of TBtools-II, a comprehensive platform offering over 100 new features and a thriving community of user-developers. Imagine having a one-stop shop for all your biological data analysis needs. That’s the promise of TBtools-II, the upgraded version of the popular bioinformatics toolkit that’s taken the scientific world by […]
Researchers at the University of Michigan have expanded the use of a gene sequencing method called ribosome profiling to understand protein production in cells. This method, also known as Ribo-seq, has the potential to advance cancer research by identifying new targets for immunotherapy and other treatment approaches. Ribo-seq works by taking a high-resolution snapshot of […]
The partnership between the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) and the Korean Diabetes Association (KDA) is an inspiring story of collaboration and collective action against the global challenge of diabetes. By leveraging their unique strengths, these two organizations have implemented groundbreaking initiatives in prevention, education, research, and patient support, ultimately improving the lives […]