1 January 1970
Posted by: Richard Scrase
Researchers have used mice to pinpoint what goes wrong in aneuploidy, which includes the most common genetic disorders involving chromosomes, usually an extra chromosome.
A new study which estimates that approximately 60% of global pregnancies are at risk from malaria will highlight the need for continued research into treatments for the disease.
For the first time scientists will be able to study the development of human testes in mice.
Scientists have found that the onset of labour is controlled by tiny molecules called microRNA.
As a foetus develops inside the womb, something extraordinary happens. Or rather, doesn’t happen.