Rishi Prakash

What are genetic testing consequences?

Genetic testing is one of the most advanced techniques that can predict a disease before its inception. This technique is available for about 1000 diseases, but genetic testing consequences are also a big problem. The article discusses the various aspects of genetic testing consequences.

An Introduction to Genetic Disease Testing With DNA Fingerprinting

Genetic disease testing with DNA fingerprinting is a rapid process that allows researchers to diagnose genetic disorders such as cystic fibrosis, hemophilia and sickle cell anemia, to name a few, Read the article and learn more about DNA fingerprinting and its association with genetic testing.

An Introduction to Genetic Testing for Cancer

Genetic testing is a technique of identifying altered genes. What are the advantages and limitations of genetic testing for cancer? Read the following article and learn more about genetic testing for breast cancer.

What is Red-Green Color Blindness?

Color blindness is the inability to perceive differences between some specific colors that others can distinguish. Red-green color blindness is most common. Read the following article and learn more about the genetic causes of color vision deficiency.

An Introduction to Psoriasis Gene Therapy

Some genes have been found to be responsible for psoriasis, an autoimmune skin disease. Gene therapy could be the right treatment for the disease. This article discusses whether psoriasis gene therapy is available or not.

The Pros of Gene Therapy

Everyone carries roughly half a dozen of defective genes, but stay blissfully ignorant of the fact until learning that they suffer from a genetic disease. Gene therapy is one of the potential treatment methods. Learn more about the pros of gene therapy.

What is Abetalipoproteinemia?

Approximately 100 people have been reported to have abetalipoproteinemia wordwide. What is abetalipoproteinemia? Learn more about the signs and symptoms, diagnosis and treatment measures in the following article.

How Does Genetic Engineering Work?

In modern biotechnology, there are various applications of genetic engineering. How does genetic engineering work? Read the following article and unravel the secret.

Features of Watson and Crick Model of DNA

Watson and Crick Model of DNA is the basis of genetics and the applied sciences. Both the scientists and their coworkers got Nobel Prize in 1962 for their commendable work. Read the following article and learn the basic features of Watson and Crick Model of DNA.

An Introduction to Ectodermal Dysplasia

Ectodermal dysplasia (ED) is a group of inheritable disorders causing the hair, teeth, nails and glands to develop and function abnormally. The article discusses about the genetic aspects of ED.

An Introduction to Russell Silver syndrome

Russell Silver syndrome, or RSS, is a condition where children show symptoms such as low body weight, asymmetry, and growth retardation. A defect in a gene, called as the maternal uniparental disomy (UPD) for chromosome 7 has been found to be the main cause of the disorder. Read more about it.

Study of Telomere Length and Canis Familiaris

Discover telomere length and canis familiaris facts. Telemore legnth is closely associated with the age of the individuals. The enzyme complex dogTERT in Canis familiaris shows great resemblance with human TERT protein.

Post-translational Modifications in Proteins

Proteins formed during the translational process are require to go through various post-translational modifications to make them functional. Learn the mechanisms that take place during protein folding and processing.