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    Genotype vs Phenotype: Examples and Definitions
    Article

    Any organism is a by-product of both its genetic makeup and the environment. To understand this in detail, we must first appreciate some basic genetic vocabulary and concepts. Here, we provide definitions for the terms genotype and phenotype, discuss their relationship and take a look at why and how we might choose to study them.

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    A Path to Better Plant-Based Foods
    Industry Insight

    With demands for food rising as the population continues to expand, and the ever-present threat of climate change, scientists are looking for innovative ways to feed society without adding to the planet’s burdens. Plant-based foods are one area of great interest to meet this need.

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    Pursuing Precision Immunotherapy for Cancer: Approaches and Challenges
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    Technology Networks recently had the pleasure of speaking with Prof. Stephen Schoenberger of La Jolla Institute for Immunology. Schoenberger discusses the concept, promise and challenges of precision immunotherapies and explains how synthetic biology can be used to develop such therapeutics.

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    Prenatal Sequencing
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    In this infographic we’ll explore some of the key concepts in prenatal and neonatal sequencing, focusing particularly on sequencing cell-free fetal DNA (cffDNA).

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    Stay Up-to-Date With COVID-19 Vaccine Development
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    Technology Networks is committed to keeping you updated with the latest research in this space. In this article, you'll find a curation of our latest COVID-19 vaccine-related content.

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    Oxford and AstraZeneca Publish Peer-Reviewed Phase III Data on COVID-19 Vaccine
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    The University of Oxford and pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca have published a peer-reviewed analysis of Phase III trials of the COVID-19 vaccine ChAdOx1 nCoV-2019 in the Lancet. The publication confirms that ChAdOx1 has an efficacy of 70.4% across two dose regimens, as previously announced.

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    Brewing Up a Storm: Scientists Conduct a Global Beer Proteomics Study
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    Scientists at the ABRF Proteomics Research Group (PRG) are exploring the protein composition of different types of beer using a mass spectrometry-based approach. Formally titled Processing and analyzing a mixed, fermented yeast-plant proteome (or, The 2020 PRG Beer Proteomics Study), the project is recruiting research groups across the world.

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    Exploring the Biological Inheritance of Childhood Trauma
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    A new study found that traumatic experiences in early life cause changes in the blood composition – namely metabolites – that are passed on to the next generation. Technology Networks spoke with Professor Isabelle Mansuy, the study leader, to find out more.

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    How Will Genome UK Securely Handle 150 Petabases of Genomic Data?
    Industry Insight

    Genomic data company PetaGene recently sounded a warning that Genome UK, the UK government’s recently announced genomic healthcare strategy, needs to address important data handling challenges to maintain public trust. To find out more, Technology Networks spoke to PetaGene’s co-founder and chief commercial officer, Vaughan Wittorff, PhD, and co-founder and chief executive officer, Dan Greenfield, PhD.

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    An Introduction to Post-Translational Modifications
    Article

    Post-translational modifications are changes that are made to proteins after synthesis, typically mediated by enzymes. In this article, we review five examples of some of the most-studied post-translational modifications.

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