Scientists identify genes associated with gray hairs and unibrows

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Scientists identify genes associated with gray hairs and unibrows
Scientists have found a whole host of genes associated with human hair growth — including, for the very first time, a gene they believe contributes to hair going gray. The study, published Tuesday in Nature Communications, also plucks out genes …
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Multiple Gene Testing For Breast Cancer Raises Ethical Concerns
Multiple gene panel testing may be a cheaper, more accessible way to investigate the heritability of breast cancer, but it comes with ethical issues, according to a recent Australian study. Twenty years after the discovery of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes …
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Human 'knockouts' reveal genes we don't need
Although humans have about 20,000 genes, exactly what most of them do inside our body's cells is still murky. One way to learn more is to find people who lack a working copy of a particular gene and see how that affects their health. Such so-called …
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