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UFGI Publications Round-Up Week 10/10/2016

Identification of large disjoint motifs in biological networks. Author information: Elhesha R1, Kahveci T2. 1CISE Department, University of Florida, 432 Newell Dr, Gainesville, Florida, 32611, USA. 2CISE Department, University of Florida, 432 Newell Dr,...
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UFGI Publications Round-Up Week 10/03/2016

Genome-wide association study identifies pharmacogenomic loci linked with specific antihypertensive drug treatment and new-onset diabetes. Author information: Chang SW1, McDonough CW1, Gong Y1, Johnson TA2, Tsunoda T2,3, Gamazon ER4, Perera MA5, Takahashi A6, Tanaka T7, Kubo M8,...
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bioGraphic: Cancer at Sea– A mysterious disease afflicting California sea lions is helping scientists understand the causes of cancer in all animals—including humans.

The idea that human and veterinary medicine can inform each other is part of a philosophy known as “One Health,” which says that we need to consider the health of people, animals, and the environment simultaneously if want to truly understand each of them. Human diseases don’t...
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UFGI Publications Round-Up Week 8/22/1026

Aldosterone alters the chromatin structure of the murine endothelin-1 gene. Author information: Welch AK1, Jeanette Lynch I2, Gumz ML3, Cain BD4, Wingo CS5. 1North Florida/South Georgia VA Health System, Gainesville, FL 32608, United States; Department of Physiology, University...
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UFGI Publications Round-Up Week 8/1/2016

HIV maintains an evolving and dispersed population among multiple tissues during suppressive cART with periods of rapid expansion corresponding to the onset of cancer. Author information: Rose R1, Lamers SL1, Nolan DJ2, Maidji E3, Faria NR4, Pybus OG4, Dollar JJ5, Maruniak SA5,...
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Johnson, Terada collaboration leads to more efficient method of making stem cells

Scientists know people react differently to medication because of their genetic make-up. However, while researchers understand certain genetic variations correspond with certain responses to drugs, they aren’t sure why. A study published in the journal Stem Cells Translational...
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