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Ancient DNA analysis reveals Asian migration and plague
Northeastern Asia has a complex history of migrations and plague outbursts. That is the essence of an international archeogenetic study published in Science Advances and lead from the Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies at Stockholm University, Sweden.
The ancient Neanderthal hand in severe COVID-19
Since first appearing in late 2019, the novel virus, SARS-CoV-2, has had a range of impacts on those it infects. Some people become severely ill with COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, and require hospitalization, whereas others have mild symptoms or are even asymptomatic.
DNA linked to COVID-19 was inherited from Neanderthals: Study
A stretch of DNA linked to COVID-19 was passed down from Neanderthals 60,000 years ago, according to a new study.
Grass pollen DNA study could help hay fever sufferers
The lives of hay fever sufferers could be changed thanks to research to identify which grass pollen causes the most common allergic reactions.
Aussie researchers reveal how cancer cells develop resistance to treatment
By making more errors in the DNA duplicating process, cancer cells can adapt and evade even the most advanced cancer treatments, a study published in the journal Science revealed.
DNA increases our understanding of contact between Stone Age cultures
What kind of interactions did the various Stone Age cultures have with one another? In a new interdisciplinary study, researchers have combined archeological and genetic information to better understand Battle Axe cultural influences discovered in graves of the Pitted Ware culture. The findings are published in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
Most common organism in the oceans harbors a virus in its DNA
The most common organism in the oceans, and possibly on the entire planet, is a family of single-celled marine bacteria called SAR11. These drifting organisms look like tiny jelly beans and have evolved to outcompete other bacteria for scarce resources in the oceans.
DNA surfacing in Atlantic shows species far from their southern homes
DNA scientists investigating new marine life migration patterns in the Atlantic Ocean surfaced the genetic traces of species far from their usual southern homes.
DNA blood test spots cancers in seemingly cancer-free women but produces false alarms
Detecting many kinds of cancers early, with a simple blood test for DNA shed by tumor cells, is a seductive prospect. Such tests, often called liquid biopsies, are now stepping out of the lab.
How NASA is using synthetic DNA in its search for alien life
In the coming decades, new rovers will roam the sands of Mars. An orbiter will sample the seas of Jupiter's moon Europa. A drone will grace the skies of Saturn's moon Titan. Mission planners dream of equipping these mechanical scouts with instruments capable of scouring the unknown environments for signs of life, but the technology required to do so is deceptively complex.
US to collect DNA of all undocumented migrants
The US government plans to collect the DNA of all migrants detained after entering the country illegally, officials said Wednesday.
United States government to collect DNA of all undocumented migrants
Collecting and storing the DNA of people simply detained and not tried or convicted of a crime has drawn criticism from civil rights advocates.
DNA analysis makes mystery of Himalayan 'Skeleton Lake' even stranger
High in the Himalayas of India, amid the snow-capped peaks, nestles a mystery. Roopkund Lake is a shallow body of water filled with human bones — the skeletons of hundreds of individuals. It's these that give the lake its other name, Skeleton Lake, and no-one knows how the remains came to be there.
Aspirin may help some breast cancer survivors, but changes in DNA may mean harm for others
Previous studies have shown that some women who use aspirin and are later diagnosed with breast cancer may live longer, which may be related to the drug's anti-inflammatory effects on the body.

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