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First UK coronavirus mutation study brings good news and bad news
When the UK’s prime minister announced last weekend that the coronavirus mutation discovered recently might be 70% more infectious than other strains, some experts questioned the estimate, saying that more data is required to determine the strain’s potential danger.
Cause of Alzheimer's disease traced to mutation in common enzyme
Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University have discovered a new mechanism by which clumps of tau protein are created in the brain, killing brain cells and causing Alzheimer's disease.
Humans on Red Planet in danger of mutation
NASA is gearing up for humans to start colonizing planet Mars in the near future.
Single gene mutation may have helped humans become optimal long-distance runners
Two to three million years ago, the functional loss of a single gene triggered a series of significant changes in what would eventually become the modern human species, altering everything from fertility rates to increasing cancer risk from eating red meat.
Mutation causing aggressive prostate cancer could be genetic
Australian scientists said a ground-breaking research project into one family will unlock the secrets of prostate cancer.
Gene mutation 'hotspots' linked to better cancer outcomes
Breast cancer patients with groups of mutations clustered in their genome have better outcomes than patients without them, researchers found in a recent study.
Mutations, DNA damage seen in Fukushima forests
Conservation group Greenpeace warned on Friday that the environmental impact of the Fukushima nuclear crisis five years ago on nearby forests is just beginning to be seen and will remain a source of contamination for years to come.
Gene mutation hinders memory development
It has been more than 20 years since scientists discovered that mutations in the gene huntingtin cause the devastating progressive neurological condition Huntington’s disease, which involves involuntary movements, emotional disturbance and cognitive impairment. Surprisingly little, however, has been known about the gene’s role in normal brain activity.

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