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Maternal smoking during pregnancy leaves its lasting mark on the child's genetic make-up

If mothers smoke during pregnancy, they influence the epigenetic programming of their unborn child's genetic make-up in the long term. This may give rise to an increased risk of the development of disease risks later in the child's life. Researchers at t
Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Apr 9, 2016 13:44
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'Liquid biopsy' blood test detects genetic mutations in common form of lung cancer

A simple blood test can rapidly and accurately detect mutations in two key genes in non-small cell lung tumors, researchers report in a new study, demonstrating the test's potential as a clinical tool for identifying patients who can benefit from drugs t
ScienceDaily
added Apr 8, 2016 04:14
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Prospective Validation of Rapid Plasma Genotyping for the Detection of EGFR and KRAS Mutations in Advanced Lung Cancer [FREE FULL TEXT]

Plasma ddPCR detected EGFR and KRAS mutations rapidly with the high specificity needed to select therapy and avoid repeat biopsies. This assay may also detect EGFR T790M missed by tissue genotyping due to tumor heterogeneity in resistant disease.
Oncology
added Apr 8, 2016 00:50
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Liquid Biopsies Are Faster And More Accurate In Detecting Most Common Lung Cancer

Liquid biopsies taken from a simple blood test can accurately detect mutations in two key genes in non-small cell lung tumors, the most common form of lung cancer
Headlines & Global News (HNGN.com)
added Apr 8, 2016 00:49
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VIDEO: 'Liquid Biopsy' Blood Test Could Help Fight Lung Cancer: Study

A new study says that a simple blood test could replace invasive biopsies to quickly find the best cancer therapies to fight the most common type of lung cancer.
NBC News
added Apr 8, 2016 00:46
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[Germany] Maternal smoking during pregnancy leaves its lasting mark on the child's genetic make-up

The researchers determined that smoking particularly affects enhancer regions in the genome.... "If an enhancer region is affected by the effects of smoking, this may lead to deregulation of several genes at the same time."
EurekAlert
added Apr 5, 2016 17:03
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Avoiding the Dangers of Thirdhand Smoke

Beyond the unpleasant sensory experience, there’s another reason the residue of smoking – not just the smoking itself or secondhand smoke – is garnering increasing attention: Emerging research from testing cultured human cells to more recent animal studi
U.S. News & World Report
added Apr 5, 2016 15:38
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DNA Methylation in Newborns and Maternal Smoking in Pregnancy: Genome-wide Consortium Meta-analysis [FREE FULL TEXT]

To address the impact of maternal smoking during pregnancy on newborns with much greater power, we recruited 13 birth cohort studies with data on maternal smoking during pregnancy and DNA methylation in offspring from the 450K BeadChip into the Pregnancy
American Journal of Human Genetics
added Apr 1, 2016 16:31
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Smoking During Pregnancy Seems to Alter Fetal DNA, Study Finds

The researchers were also able to pinpoint new development-related genes that were affected by a mother-to-be's smoking. The findings may help improve understanding about the connection between smoking during pregnancy and children's health problems, th
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Mar 31, 2016 19:12
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Pathways to smoking behaviours: biological insights from the Tobacco and Genetics Consortium meta-analysis

By running gene and pathway analyses for several smoking behaviours in the Tobacco and Genetics Consortium (TAG) sample of 74 053 individuals, 21 genes and several chains of biological pathways were implicated. Analyses were carried out using the HYbrid
Molecular Psychiatry
added Mar 29, 2016 23:16
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