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Gene therapy restores sense of smell and more of the latest news from Nature31-August-2012
A gene therapy approach for restoring cilia development and olfactory responses is reported online this week in Nature Medicine. These findings provide a proof-of-principle that gene therapy may be used in certain genetic disorders to rescue cilia development and restore sensory function.
Children bear the sins of the fathers22-August-2012
Children of older fathers have a higher rate of new mutations according to a large genome-sequencing study published in this week’s Nature. The effect is an increase of roughly two new mutations per year for every additional year of father’s age at conception.
How male flies learn to deal with rejection17-August-2012
The process by which male fruit flies learn to focus their courtship away from females that have already mated and towards eligible partners is deciphered in Nature this week. It seems that the mantra is simple: be promiscuous at first, but become more selective if a mating attempt fails.
Genetic signals of malaria resistance15-August-2012
Two new genetic variants associated with resistance to severe malaria are identified in a study published in Nature this week. These genetic variants may confer resistance by affecting certain steps involved in disease development. The variants may represent candidates for the development of medical control measures against malaria.
Nanotechnology: Colour printing at its best and other news from Nature12-August-2012
A method for printing colours at the highest possible resolution is reported in a paper published online this week in Nature Nanotechnology. The resolution of about 100,000 dots per inch could be useful for high-resolution printing for security purposes or for high-density optical data storage.
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