GSA is pleased to announce the recipients of the DeLill Nasser Award for Professional Development in Genetics for Spring 2017. The award is given twice a...


GSA-Art: Adi Salzberg

January 27, 2017

GSA-Art features the creative works of scientists, particularly geneticists. Read more about the series from GSA President Stan Fields. If you would like to submit your own work or...


Deep within a tumor, sequestered from an adequate blood supply, a cancer cell grows and multiplies. Far beneath Earth’s surface, a microbe lives and thrives...


Misfolded proteins can be so toxic that they cause cell death. At least nine neurodegenerative disorders are caused by misfolded proteins with expanded stretches of...


Well over 15,000 years ago, a man and a bear died in a cave in the Jura Mountains in modern-day Switzerland. That was the end...


To boost transcription of a target gene, enhancer sequences must make contact with the gene’s promoter. This crucial meeting is mediated by interacting proteins and...


Don’t miss out on this year’s Annual Drosophila Research Conference: The late abstract deadline is January 23, 2017 and the early registration discount ends February...


GSA-Art: Douglas Bishop

January 13, 2017

GSA-Art features the creative works of scientists, particularly geneticists. Read more about the series from GSA President Stan Fields. If you would like to submit your own work or...


Check out the January issue of G3! Table of Contents Investigations The CgHaa1-Regulon Mediates Response and Tolerance to Acetic Acid Stress in the Human Pathogen...


Check out the January issue of GENETICS by looking at the highlights or the full table of contents! ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS This Month's Centennial Articles The sustained impact of model...