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Exploring all things genetics. Dr Patrick Short, University of Cambridge alumnus and CEO of Sano Genetics, analyses the science, interviews the experts, and discusses the latest findings and breakthroughs in genetic research. To find out more about Sano Genetics and its mission to accelerate the future of precision medicine visit: www.sanogenetics.com
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Hosted by Rasta Jeff of Irie Genetics, The Grow From Your Heart Podcast is your source for cannabis news, education and conversation. If you’re a new grower or a professional grower, a new smoker or dedicated dabber, if you’re a cannabis activist or someone who is just curious about the current state of cannabis, this is the podcast for you! Join us for cannabis conversations and grow lessons from some of the most experienced cannabis breeders, ganja growers, extract artists and cannabis ind ...
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This is a podcast series called Demystifying Genetics where I, Matt Burgess, Genetic Counsellor interview other genetic counsellors or people working in genetics. We chat about human clinical genetics, genetic counselling, ethics, pyschosocial issues and more. To contact me, please reach out at matt at insightgenomica.au
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Discover New Advances in the world of genetics, from technology like CRISPR to rare diseases to new research. For over a decade, multi-award winning podcast "DNA Today" has brought you the voices of leaders in genetics. Host Kira Dineen brings her genetics expertise to interview geneticists, genetic counselors, patient advocates, biotech leaders, researchers, and more. ***Best 2020 and 2021 Science and Medicine Podcast Award Winner*** Learn more (and stream all 180+ episodes) at DNApodcast.c ...
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All species have a genetic makeup, which is passed along from both mother and father. What do dogs inherit from their parents? Inherited traits are traits that are passed down from parent to offspring. Each organism gets a set of genes from each parent. There are many types of genes that dogs can inherit from their parents.
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Join Dr. DNA Dan as he dives deep into the world of genetics, genomics, DNA, and the future of precision genomic medicine. Dan discusses topics ranging from health and ancestry genetic testing, forensic genetics, genetics, and mental health, common myths about genetics, and more. DNA Dan, SCU Professor of Genomics, Dan Handley, M.S., Ph.D., shares his knowledge from his over 30 years of experience in the world of advanced genomics research and biotechnology. For more information about Southe ...
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Tiny Expeditions is all about taking little journeys into the tiny science of genetics, DNA and inheritance. This podcast doesn't shy away from science, but it's produced with you in mind. Everyone should be able to listen and walk away feeling smarter about the genetic code that defines the world around us.
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In 'Average Joe Genetics' we explain complex scientific concepts related to genetics in a way that the "Average Joe" can appreciate. In this episode, we discuss commercial gene-mapping companies like 23andMe, how CRISPR-Cas9 can be used to bring threatened species back from the brink of extinction, and how humanity may one day use genetic modification to help humans survive on Mars. Cover art photo provided by Martin Adams on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@martinadams
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Welcome to CLTVTD media group Audio Journal, a startup cannabis indoor nursery in Sacramento, CA. Follow us through this amazing journey as we navigate the rough seas of the legal cannabis market in arguably, the epicenter of this booming industry. ~ This show captures the insight of CEO & Co-Founder, Sergio Picazo, along with interviews from industry professionals along the way. Interested in being a guest on the show? Send me an email! Sergio@cltvtdmg.com #CannabisStartup #CannabisNursery ...
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In this episode I answer a question about feminized seeds, intersex plants and breeding. This one is short, but loaded with information! Keep the conversation going in the comments! Join us on Discord! https://discord.gg/iriearmyAv Rasta Jeff/Irie Genetics
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Summary: 0:00 Introduction 01:01 How Leslie got into the field of synthetic biology and engineering, and her career journey so far 02:45 What Leslie accomplished during her postdoc and recent transformations in the field of genomics 05:57 The impacts of non-coding regions of the genome and the outcome of deletions 08:20 How long it takes to make ch…
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No, the size of the genome has not changed, but the number of genes we thought it contains certainly has. After lots of double checking, there are fewer known protein coding genes today (~19,000) than there were when the human genome was first published, and even that count (~23,000) was shockingly small, according to the predictions of the world’s…
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This episode was originally published in February 2019. On June 24, 2024, ⁠Roe v. Wade was overturned⁠. A few related links have been updated. Erika and Garin were 30 weeks into a complicated pregnancy when they learned that their pregnancy was not viable. Erika was denied an abortion due to New York’s 24 week cut-off so the couple travelled to Col…
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Please fill out our listener survey at geneticsunzipped.com/survey before January 31st This episode is all about the next generation, as we meet three up-and-coming scientists who have been supported by the Genetics Society, and learn all about Bermuda skinks, the Black Death and life after a genetics PhD. Full show notes, transcript and references…
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This episode of Naked Genetics, the origins of multiple sclerosis markers in northern Europe is revealed, and why it might have helped more people than it hindered; we also look at organisms surviving in Earth's most extreme conditions; and ask just why might a bunch of organisms be turning into crabs? Like this podcast? Please help us by supportin…
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Summary: 0:00 Introduction 0:50 Reflections from the 34th International Symposium on ALS/MND in Basel 1:50 Michael’s professional journey, initial challenges he encountered, and how the field of neurology has evolved over the years 3:10 An introduction to the ALS landscape, including its presentation, the genes involved, and potential treatment opt…
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0:00 Introduction to Dr. Nicole Paulk, a pioneer in AAV research and the founder of Siren Biotechnology 0:50 The moments that shaped Nicole’s career path and her passion for gene therapy and AAV research 9:20 Nicole’s academic research career and her transition from academia to the biotech industry 23:00 The story behind the founding of Siren Biote…
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Dave and one of his younger sisters were both born with heart defects that required surgery. When Dave was 60, he was diagnosed with an aortic aneurysm. By this time, he had a daughter, Dawn Laney, who was a genetic counselor and professor at the Emory School of Medicine. With Dawn’s help, Dave finally arrived at a diagnosis of Cutis Laxa for both …
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0:00 Introduction 01:00 Chris’ background and career to date 02:10 What is the Enigma Project? 04:48 How is genetics being applied to drug discovery today and how does proteomics fit in? 09:23 When the UKBiobank Pharma Proteomics Project began and how long it took to set up 10:57 54k UK Biobank participants tested - discussion of findings 14:33 The…
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Summary: 0:00 Introduction 5:45 Lessons learned from 15 years at GSK: How has genetics and drug discovery evolved over time? 8:10 Matt’s seminal 2015 paper: Quantifying the impact of human genetic evidence on the probability of success in drug development 11:40 Which types of genetic evidence are the best drivers of success in clinical trials? 13:3…
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A slew of videos has recently come out arguing for and against the work of Dr Jeffrey Tomkins, who claims humans and chimps are only about 85% similar. His detractors have made some massive blunders and I attempt to document them here. This is not to gloat, however. I understand that all humans are bigoted, biased, myopic, jealous, envious, etc., i…
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Eleanor first interviewed Abigail in 2019 when she was still a second year genetic counseling student. Abigail shared the story of her diagnosis of Wilson Disease and how it led her to a career in genetic counseling. She has now been a genetic counselor for over four years. Second year genetic counseling student Kelsey Crocker interviewed Abigail f…
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Summary: 0:00 Introduction 1:45 Wendy’s early career looking into the genetics of diabetes through mouse models 6:23 A high altitude view: Cutting through hype to spot the next wave of game-changing technology 8:03 The role of policy and communication: how Wendy’s work goes beyond the lab to create real-world impact 11:20 Wendy’s choice to do an MD…
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Please take a minute or two to fill out our listener survey and help shape the future of the podcast: https://geneticsunzipped.com/survey In this episode, we talk to Greg Radick from the University of Leeds to explore the impact that Gregor Mendel and his populariser William Bateson have had on the past century of genetics, and ask whether there co…
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0:00 Introduction 4:23 Insights into clonal hematopoiesis from the pioneering Framingham Heart Study 8:30 Linking clonal hematopoiesis to cancer and cardiovascular health 11:22 Interplay of germline and somatic variants in clonal expansion 17:20 How the rate of clonal expansion can provide insights into cancer and cardiovascular risk 19:00 How clon…
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Chromosomal recombination is an essential part of the life cycle of all sexually reproducing organisms. Yet, the system is complex, involving hundreds to thousands of proteins and RNAs. It also involves DNA repair pathways, which are themselves incredibly complex. The newest available information on recombination tells us it is mutagenic, meaning t…
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Alexandra Parker is a senior student at Sarah Lawrence College. Alex describes her journey to a diagnosis of Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and the skepticism that she faced from medical professionals. She had to adjust emotionally and physically following her diagnosis with respect to sports. Self-advocacy has become an important part of Alex’…
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In the second instalment of our annual round-up episode, we welcome back Dr. Veera Rajagopal to cover the biggest stories in genetics and precision medicine of the last 12 months. Don’t forget to give the first instalment of our 2023 round-up a listen. Veera is a scientist at Regeneron with an interest in human genetics and drug target discovery in…
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0:00 Introduction 1:30 Veera’s personal highlights of 2023 Publication in Nature Genetics: Rare coding variants in CHRNB2 reduce the likelihood of smoking, an exome-wide association study identifying rare coding variants in CHRNB2 that may reduce the likelihood of smoking. Designing cover art Genetic links to neural circuits and their role in addic…
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Please take a minute or two to fill out our listener survey and help shape the future of the podcast: https://geneticsunzipped.com/survey As 2023 draws to a close, we’re bringing you a smorgasbord of previously unaired clips from some of our favourite interviews this year. Full show notes, transcript and references online at GeneticsUnzipped.com Fo…
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My new video made quite a splash! Apparently, lots of Christians are asking questions about the DNA we can now pull from very old skeletons. How do they do it? What are the data telling us? How is it even there, if the bones are as old as claimed? Without revealing too many details about what is in the main presentation, here I am just talking abou…
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This episode of Naked Genetics, we catch up with our genetics experts and look into the hot button genetics news; we look at how genetics affects our genes, and how genes affect our ageing; and, another extraordinary mating ritual in Quirks of Evolution... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists…
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Please take a minute or two to fill out our listener survey and help shape the future of the podcast: https://geneticsunzipped.com/survey We discover how 500,000 whole genome from UK Biobank will help medical research, plumb the depths of the ‘dark genome’ with Nucleome, and Larry Moran tells us how much of our DNA is just junk. Please fill out our…
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After losing her first son Alex at only 10 months of age to a rare genetic condition, Jill and her husband went on to have four more children. Jill’s youngest daughter, Katie, was always small from birth. By the time she was 15 months old, it was obvious that Katie’s growth was significantly delayed. By age 2, she had started on human growth hormon…
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In this episode of The Genetics Podcast, we welcome Dr. Jason, founder and CEO of Empress Therapeutics, a Flagship Pioneering company. Join us as we discuss how human genetics can identify small molecules with therapeutic potential that are already created by our bodies, paving the way for faster discovery of new medicines. Summary: 0:00 Intro 1:20…
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African cichlids are a diverse group of fishes that have frequently been used as evidence for evolution. Yet, now that the genomes of several hundred species have been published, the true history of this group has been revealed. All parties must now acknowledge that the many species arose quickly, from a common stock. In many ways, African cichlids…
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Darwin’s finches have long been considered an icon of evolution. A recent analysis included 40 years of morphological measurements and genealogy tracing among four finch species on a small island in the Galapagos chain. This was coupled to 30 years of DNA sampling, including the recent sequencing of nearly 4,000 finch genomes from the same small is…
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Please take a minute or two to fill out our listener survey and help shape the future of the podcast: https://geneticsunzipped.com/survey With 2023 marking 40 years since the discovery of HIV, we're looking back over four decades of AIDS, from the earliest whispers of a mysterious new disease to fighting back against this deadly virus. Full show no…
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At 20 weeks of pregnancy, Jill learned that her son Alex had a diaphragmatic hernia. And a ventricular septal defect. An amniocentesis revealed a rare diagnosis of Mosaic Trisomy 5: some of her son’s cells had a typical number of chromosomes (46,XY) and some had an extra copy of chromosome #5. Jill shares a detailed account of her prenatal and neon…
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This week on The Genetics Podcast Patrick is joined by David Ochoa, Platform Coordinator at Open Targets. They discuss how the Open Targets platform is enabling game-changing collaboration between academic research and big pharma. Working with partners including Sanofi, GlaxoSmithKline, Bristol Myers Squibb, Genentech and Pfizer, Open Targets power…
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Author and science journalist Rebecca Coffey chats with us about some amazing adaptations and Darwinian delights from her book, Beyond Primates. She tells us about wasp facial recognition genes, how yeast epigenetics explain the Dutch Hunger Winter and a dinner party tale of spider cannibalism. Full show notes, transcript and references online at G…
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We know Homo sapiens started in Africa, but we're uncertain about how they spread. Limited fossils and data have hindered our understanding. I'll discuss popular theories about our origins and how recent genetic data from Khoe-San people in southern Africa sheds light on this. Our research suggests a complex history, with population structures dati…
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When Marleah was 8 years old, her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. When Marleah was in college, her mother had genetic testing done and learned that she carried a mutation in the BRCA2 gene. This finding explained the breast cancer in Marleah’s family and inspired Marleah’s career as a university professor, focused on communication and deci…
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This episode, we catch up with some of the more curious genetics news from the past month including how much Neanderthal is in you and how that affects your risk of disease. Also, we look at one of the most remarkable breeding strategies in the animal kingdom, a spider with two penises that eats one of them... Like this podcast? Please help us by s…
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