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BioNews Review articles written by Sarah Gregory:

Radio Review: Revisiting the 14-Day Rule

30 January 2017 - by Sarah Gregory

Matthew Hill covers the 30-year history of the 14-day rule on human embryo research, bringing the topic right up to the present day and the current debate on extending the rule... [Read More]

Book Review: The Gene – An Intimate History

12 September 2016 - by Sarah Gregory

'The Gene: An Intimate History' is the latest book from Pulitzer Prize-winning author Siddhartha Mukherjee. Taking a similar approach to his previous work 'The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer', Mukherjee interweaves his personal history with a comprehensive and extensive review of the history of genetic research... [Read More]


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Human 'mini-brains' in lab mimic development and disease

02 May 2017 - by Sarah Gregory

New brain organoids have been created to show development of both healthy human brain cells and those associated with genetic disorders... [Read More]

Gene linked to depression, and largest genetic study launched

10 April 2017 - by Sarah Gregory

Researchers have identified a gene variant that increases the risk of depression, while elsewhere the largest genetic study testing for risk factors gets underway... [Read More]

Gene complex implicated in severe premenstrual syndrome

09 January 2017 - by Sarah Gregory

Researchers in the USA have shown that a severe form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) may be caused by irregular gene expression, which leads to atypical responses to sex hormones... [Read More]

Gene therapy 'reverses ageing' in mice

19 December 2016 - by Sarah Gregory

Gene therapy can reverse the effects of ageing in mice, researchers claim... [Read More]

Second team corrects sickle-cell mutation using CRISPR

14 November 2016 - by Sarah Gregory

Researchers have had further success using the CRISPR/Cas9 genome-editing technique to repair the mutation that causes sickle-cell anaemia... [Read More]

Genome editing using nanoparticle technology treats blood disorder

31 October 2016 - by Sarah Gregory

Researchers have developed a novel genome-editing technology to correct the defective gene that causes the blood disorder beta-thalassemia... [Read More]

CRISPR success in repairing sickle-cell anaemia mutation

17 October 2016 - by Sarah Gregory

Researchers have used the CRISPR/Cas9 genome-editing technique to correct the mutation that causes sickle-cell anaemia... [Read More]

Genetic risk scores could predict Alzheimer's

11 July 2016 - by Sarah Gregory

Researchers looking at multiple genes have developed risk scores that could identify those most likely to develop Alzheimer's disease in later life... [Read More]

China calls on men to donate sperm

20 June 2016 - by Sarah Gregory

The Chinese government is using social media to recruit sperm donors, according to a report in the New York Times... [Read More]

Expensive form of IVF is overused, says fertility journal editor

31 May 2016 - by Sarah Gregory

The editor-in-chief of Human Reproduction has criticised the overuse of ICSI, following a world report into the use of assisted reproduction technologies... [Read More]

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