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Advancements in Research
Researchers at Johns Hopkins are constantly advancing science through basic, translational and clinical investigations. Here are highlights of our most current findings.
OMIM Turns 50: A Genetic Database’s Past, Present and Future
Published in 1966, the Mendelian Inheritance in Man (MIM) catalog consisted of 1,487 descriptions of human genes, genetic disorders and traits compiled by Victor McKusick. Fifty years later, and now online, OMIM of more than 24,000 entries and accessed thousands of times every day by clinicians, researchers and others around the world.
Science: Out of the Box
Johns Hopkins biophysicist Cynthia Wolberger explains how the small protein ubiquitin regulates many events in the cell, including turning genes off and on.
Epigenetics: A Symphony of Discovery
Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center Director, Bill Nelson, M.D., Ph.D., discusses epigenetics using musicians from the Peabody Institute.
Latest in Research
City Living Can Make Asthma Worse for Poor Children
Results of a new study by researchers using national data add to evidence that living in inner cities can worsen asthma in poor children. Children who lived in inner-city areas had an overall 40 percent higher risk of asthma-related emergency room visits and 62 percent higher risk of asthma-related hospitalizations.
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