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The Ductile Helix: "Jumping Genes" May Influence Brain Activity Mind & Brain :: News :: October 30, 2011 :: :: Email :: Print Mobile DNA elements called retrotransposons may be a source of genetic variation in nerve cells By Moheb Costandi
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23andMe presents top 10 most interesting genetic findings of 2010 Public release date: 12-Jan-2011 [ Print | E-mail | Share ] [ Close Window ] Contact: Jane E. Rubinstein email@example.com 212-843-8287 23andMe Inc. MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – January 11, 2011 – 23andMe has released its first annual list of what it felt to be the 10 most interesting and significant genetic findings in 2010, as part of an ongoing journey to understand the role of genetics in personal health and human development. "Our understanding of the human genome is accelerating at a phenomenal rate," stated Anne Wojcicki, co-founder and CEO of 23andMe.
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Sleep: Genes Cause People to React Differently to Lack of Sleep, Says Study No matter how little they sleep , some people can keep a skip in their step while others will yawn and struggle through the day.
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