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National DNA Day ISG Event

On Friday April 24th, ISG celebrated National DNA Day by hosting an educational event for nearly 100 local high school students from the King Drew Magnet High School of Medicine and Science. Many of the students participating in the DNA Day event were from the “UCLA in L.A.” pilot program that ISG currently has in place at the King Drew High…

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2008 | Wayne Grody et al – "Contrasting Features Of Urea Cycle Disorders…"

ISG Faculty Dr. Wayne Grody and colleagues published “Contrasting Features Of Urea Cycle Disorders In Human Patients And Knockout Mouse Models” in Molecular Genetics and Metabolism. Abstract: The urea cycle exists for the removal of excess nitrogen from the body. Six separate enzymes comprise the urea cycle, and a deficiency in any one of them causes a urea cycle disorder (UCD)…

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