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Several influenza A genotypes detected in the same farm, sub-population, and pig

In this collaborative open-access research article from the University of Minnesota, five commercial sow farms were sampled regularly over a year. Sows, gilts, and piglets was sampled with nasal swabs. 509 more words

News

Review of "The Gene: An Intimate History" by Siddhartha Mukherjee

I’ve been looking forward to reading Siddhartha Mukherjee’s latest book, “The Gene: An Intimate History”, since it was published last year.

His Pulitzer prize-winning “The Emperor of All Maladies” is one of the most interesting and informative books about cancer that I’ve read. 1,377 more words

Cancer Causes

Anitha Jayaprakash - Founder Profile #SI2017

Anitha Jayaprakash and Ravi Sachidanandam are the co-founders of Girihlet. Girihlet works on profiling the T cell receptor repertoire accurately to develop an understanding of the immune system. 630 more words

Conference

Science Fact Swallows Science Fiction

Not too long ago I began a science fiction novel, which has always been a dream of mine, and since I finally broke through the fiction wall last year with my book, … 1,082 more words

Dr. Robert Owens

Illumina wants make it cheap to sequence a Genome. Here are the details.

DNA and Genome Sequencing are things that are becoming more common. Since the first sequencing of the whole human genome in 2003, we have made a lot of changes. 221 more words

Video on UChicago octopus research wins Emmy

A feature video produced by UChicago Creative’s Anthony Penta has won a 2016 Chicago/Midwest Region Emmy for Outstanding Achievement for Informational/Instructional Programming. The segment looks at the work of… 187 more words

Biological Sciences

genome sequencing???

I wrote this for an assignment a week ago and found out later there is a strict 1-3 sentence max!!! I’m kind of proud of it though, so I’m posting it here. 349 more words