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It is a known fact that the risk of developing cancer cells increases with the increasing age. Furthermore, larger bodies also tend to have more risk of suffering from cancer as there are more cells in the body; therefore, enhanced chances of mutations that leads to damaged DNA and, ultimately …

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The brain of is a muscle the more you use it the better it will work and will be able to handle more burden as long as you keep challenging it. As a child, it is considered very beneficial to learn more than one language. It makes the brain sharper …

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SEOUL, South Korea–Macrogen, Inc. (CEO Kap-Seok Yang, www.macrogen.com) (KOSDAQ: 038290), a precision medicine biotechnology company, announced on August 13 that its two next-generation sequencing (NGS) clinical laboratories, located in its Seoul headquarters and Bundang Precision Medicine Center, respectively, received the College of American Pathologists …

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Language is a system of communication. It not only helps to interact with others but also reveals the variety of aspects of human beings. Language reveals the stressful conditions of a person. Various psychologists revealed that by tracing the use of certain words, the level of stress can be predicted …

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CRISPR-Cas9 commercial research tool technology acquired from Broad Institute will be used to build preclinical model animals and target treatment function analysis to further gene treatment research and development Macrogen, Inc. (CEO Ji-young Moon, www.macrogen.com), a precision medicine biotechnology company, announced on April 5 that it …

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