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genes

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Startup Secret #1: Good genes

This is the first of Rafe Needleman's Startup Secrets, which will offer advice from people who've been there.

By Dec. 6, 2011

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Study: Choosing a hybrid is in your genes

A study of twins finds that many consumer choices are genetic. This includes such purchases as hybrid cars and sci-fi movies.

By Sep. 21, 2010

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Want a prescription? 'X-ray' your genes first

Researchers in Israel are using a deep sequencer to look at how the genetic expressions of microRNAs will affect any given patient's reaction to medications.

By Oct. 8, 2010

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BOL 1096: Unzipping your genes

Turns out those terahertz scanners in the airports are mostly safe, but they do a little unzipping of your DNA. Derek says it's nothing to worry about. You won't grow a third arm in the airport. Even if it would be handy for carrying baggage.

By Oct. 30, 2009

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BOL 1096: Unzipping your genes

Turns out those terrahertz scanners in the airports are mostly safe, but they do a little unzipping of your DNA. Derek says it's nothing to worry about. You won't grow a third arm in the airport. Even if it would be handy in carrying baggage. We also find out email isn't private. Did we need the courts to tel us that? And Facebook gets $711 million it will never see.

By Oct. 30, 2009

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Samsung X120, X420 and X520: Skinny genes

Last year, Samsung joined the size-zero laptop club with its X-series line-up. At a packed press conference at IFA, it's updated the range with the waif-like X120, X420 and X520

3 Images By Sep. 4, 2009

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Your brain, on glowing-neuron genes

Mouse brains light up to track neuron activity with special genes.

By Nov. 1, 2007

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No perfect pitch? Blame your genes

The ability to identify the pitch of musical tones appears to be a trait governed by only a few genes, according to a new study.

By Aug. 27, 2007

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DNA analysis uncovers genetic errors behind 12 major cancers

Scientists at Washington University in St. Louis say it may someday be possible to perform a single test to screen for a wide range of cancer types.

By Oct. 16, 2013