<em>C. elegans&nbsp;</em>Healthier Without Longevity Gene
C. elegans Healthier Without Longevity Gene
Worms with the reproduction-related TCER-1 gene deleted could fight off infection for longer and survived better when exposed to heat and radiation.
C. elegans Healthier Without Longevity Gene
C. elegans Healthier Without Longevity Gene

Worms with the reproduction-related TCER-1 gene deleted could fight off infection for longer and survived better when exposed to heat and radiation.

Worms with the reproduction-related TCER-1 gene deleted could fight off infection for longer and survived better when exposed to heat and radiation.

genetic manipulation
Image of the Day: Mouse Tails
Image of the Day: Mouse Tails
Carolyn Wilke | Jan 24, 2019
Genetic mutations create lab mice with unusually long and short tails.
Speaking of Science
Speaking of Science
The Scientist Staff | Jun 1, 2015
June 2015's selection of notable quotes
Why Mice Like Massages
Why Mice Like Massages
Edyta Zielinska | Feb 1, 2013
Researchers pinpoint a gene marker for neurons sensitive to gentle touch such as grooming.
Speaking of Science
Speaking of Science
The Scientist Staff | Feb 1, 2013
February 2013's selection of notable quotes
Will GM Insects Help Stop Disease?
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Sabrina Richards | Jan 21, 2013
A variety of genetic strategies to counter insect-borne diseases are close to maturity.
American Chestnut to Rise Again
American Chestnut to Rise Again
Dan Cossins | Oct 5, 2012
The American chestnut tree, almost wiped out by a fungus from Asia, could soon be resurrected in blight-resistant form.
Who Are We Really?
Who Are We Really?
Kieran Oâ??Doherty, Kieran Oâ??Doherty | Mar 1, 2012
Manipulating the human microbiome has ethical implications.