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Working shifts could aid disease detection

A new method to detect small changes in human genes could lead the way in personalized medicine. Specific, fluorescent dyes could light the way in recognizing genetic disorders resulting from small DNA sequence variations

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Origin of adult blood cells clarified

A research team at the RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology, Kobe, has developed a cell tracing method that unambiguously identifies the yolk sac—an extra-embryonic structure—as a source of blood cells in both the embryo and, later, the adult.

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It’s all in the spin

Japanese researchers show subtle fluctuations in electron spins are the origin of magnetism and superconductivity in a common oxide

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