Nagoya University research identifies skin disease inherited as germline mutation from father

Nagoya University research identified a patient with the whole-body skin disease epidermolytic ichthyosis that had been inherited as a germline mutation from her father with the milder epidermolytic nevus. Analysis of genomic DNA from the patient revealed …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Japan Property Gallery
views 129
See multiple new property from Japan's most renown...
Over 5% of small firm employees in Tokyo, Osaka pa...
views 184
The ratio of small- and mid-sized business employe...
Old habits hold back Japan earthquake insurance
views 164
TOKYO -- Despite being one of the most seismically...
Japan fears the once distant threat of North Korea...
views 222
As sirens pierce the air in Sakata, a town on Japa...
Yokohama Geolandar M/T G003 Off-Road Tire Review
views 228
Yokohama took note and is betting big on these off...
Japan conducts simulation drill for North Korea at...
views 224
Disaster management agencies in Japan's Tottori Pr...
Earthquake Off Fukushima, Japan, Triggers Tsunami
views 177
TOKYO — A powerful earthquake triggered a ts...
Parents stranded in Japan relieved as Canada issue...
views 28
Prayetno remained in Japan with their 10-week-old ...
Shohei Ohtani throws one final ceremonial pitch fr...
views 111
The star pitcher and hitter wore an Angels jersey ...
Japan's Nomura targets younger generation as ...
views 180
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Nomura Holdings Inc aim...