Genome Research publishes a special issue in Single-cell Genomics

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October 1, 2021 – Genome Research ([link] publishes a special issue highlighting novel advances and insights in Single-cell Genomics. October 1, 2021 – Genome Research ([link] publishes a special issue highlighting novel advances and insights in Single-cell Genomics.

How genome organization influences cell fate

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Biology cell fate genome influences OrganizationRIVERSIDE, Calif.

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How do genomes evolve between species? The key role of 3D structure in male germ cells

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A study led by scientists at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) and University of Kent uncovers how the genome three-dimensional structure of male germ cells determines how genomes evolve over time. Latest News cells evolve genomes germ key Male role species structure

UNH research finds a genomic time machine in sea sponges

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Biology finds genomic machine research sea Sponges time UNHDURHAM, N.H.—Sponges Sponges in coral reefs, less flashy than their coral neighbors but important to the overall health of reefs, are among the earliest animals on the planet.

Genome Atlas to support the rescue of biodiversity in Europe

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To provide important genomic data to inform research about Europe’s biodiversity, scientists from 48 different countries initiated the “European Reference Genome Atlas” (ERGA) in 2021. Biology Atlas Biodiversity Europe genome rescue support

PerkinElmer Expands Genomic Testing Services with Ultrarapid Whole Genome Sequencing

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PerkinElmer Expands Genomic Testing Services with Ultrarapid Whole Genome Sequencing PerkinElmer Expands Genomic Testing Services with Ultrarapid Whole Genome Sequencing Latest addition to Company’s genomic testing services menu delivers rapid results to physicians that inform clinical management and outcomes for … Continue reading → Business Wire

Earth BioGenome Project begins genome sequencing in earnest

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A global effort to map the genomes of all plants, animals, fungi and other microbial life on Earth, is entering a new phase as it moves from pilot projects to full-scale production sequencing. Latest News begins BioGenome earnest Earth genome project sequencing

Genomic study reveals complex origins of people living in Tibetan-Yi corridor

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Social & Behavioral Science complex corridor genomic living origins people reveals study TibetanYiChina’s mountainous southwestern area is home to one of the country’s most ethnically diverse populations.

Genome refolding contributes to cancer therapy resistance, Penn study finds

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Medicine & Health cancer contributes finds genome Penn refolding resistance study therapy

Salk Assistant Professor Graham McVicker receives Genomic Innovator Award

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LA JOLLA—(September 30, 2021) Salk Assistant Professor Graham McVicker has been awarded a National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) Genomic Innovator Award, which supports early-career scientists who conduct innovative, creative research in genomics.

Bringing in Light Genome Editing Techniques: ZFN, TALEN and Meganucleases

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Gene engineering based on recombination was pioneered in the mid-1990s; Currently, development of gene editing technologies has opened up the possibility of modifying genomic sequences in both eukaryotic and prokaryotic organisms. Genome Editing is a way of making changes in the DNA.

Quillwort genome highlights divergences in aquatic CAM photosynthesis

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A group of researchers, led by Boyce Thompson Institute’s Fay-Wei Li, have sequenced the first quillwort genome and uncovered […]. Biology aquatic CAM divergences genome highlights photosynthesis Quillwort

Genome of extinct Steller’s sea cow reveals surprising link to human skin disease

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A new genomic analysis by an international team of scientists has now uncovered the genetic underpinnings of some of the most unusual features of Steller’s […]. Biology cow Disease extinct genome human Link reveals sea skin Stellers surprising

Fast, cheap test can detect COVID-19 virus’ genome without need for PCR

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24, 2022 Fast, cheap test can detect COVID-19 virus’ genome without need for PCR Researchers at the University […]. Medicine & Health cheap COVID19 detect fast genome PCR test virus

Genomic regions discovered that could help understand obesity

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The work is the largest study of its kind looking at genomics and levels of metabolites – the molecules produced when the body breaks down food. […]. Latest News discovered genomic obesity regions understandA new study has helped to shine light on the genetic pathways underlying obesity. The findings could help develop more personalised ways to help people maintain a healthy weight.

What can a pufferfish’s genome tell us about how it evolved?

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Biology evolved genome pufferfishsDahiana Arcila, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Oklahoma, has received an expected $1.2

Affordable genome sequencing for pathogen analysis to help tackle global epidemics

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Biology Affordable analysis epidemics genome global pathogen sequencing tackle

AI and genomic surveillance combine to detect health care infectious disease outbreaks

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17, 2021 – By coupling machine learning with whole genome sequencing, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Carnegie Mellon University scientists greatly improved the quick detection of infectious disease outbreaks within a hospital setting over traditional methods for tracking outbreaks.

Genomic profiling of pediatric cancer may expand treatment options for patients experiencing a relapse

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Bottom Line: Genomic sequencing of tumors from pediatric cancer patients experiencing a relapse enabled 107 patients to receive an appropriate matched therapy that is not the standard of care, according to data from the international clinical trial MAPPYACTS. Latest News cancer expand experiencing genomic options Patients pediatric profiling relapse treatment

BU researchers find “genetic baggage” accumulates in the genomes of aging mutant animals

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Usually that term refers to that person’s emotional history, but in genetics and our genomes, “extra baggage” can also describe the transposons […]. Latest News accumulates Aging animals baggage find genetic genomes mutant researchersEMBARGOED by PLOS GENETICS until March 3, 2022, 2 pm, ET Contact: Gina DiGravio, 617-358-7838, ginad@bu.edu (Boston)—You are probably familiar with the term that some people carry “a lot of extra baggage.”

Novel artificial genomic DNA can replicate and evolve outside the cell

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Biology Artificial cell DNA evolve genomic replicate

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Malaria parasite genomes provide insights and tools for control and elimination in Lake Victoria, Kenya

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Biology control elimination genomes insights Kenya Lake malaria parasite provide tools VictoriaSince 2016, progress in reducing malaria-related incidence and deaths over the past decade has been slowing down.

Forest geneticist awarded $1.2 million NSF CAREER grant to study Douglas fir hybridization, genomics and adaptation to climate change

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Atmospheric Science adaptation awarded career change climate Douglas fir forest geneticist genomics grant hybridization million NSF studyThe Douglas fir is one of the most economically important timber trees in the U.S.

The future of genomic medicine: can it fulfil its promises?

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Here he gives us a deeper look at how genomic medicine is evolving and the barriers that are preventing it from reaching its full potential. I saw this, in particular, with the finishing of the human genome,” says Charlie. “At

The genomes of Mexico’s native peoples reveal evolutionary adaptations and challenges to global change

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Atmospheric Science adaptations challenges change evolutionary genomes global Mexicos Native peoples revealMexico’s indigenous ethnic groups are particularly vulnerable to modern lifestyle and dietary changes.

Genome Insight Draws $23 Million in Series B Funding to Open the Whole Genome Era for Transforming Precision Medicine

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Genome Insight Draws $23 Million in Series B Funding to Open the Whole Genome Era for Transforming Precision Medicine Genome Insight Draws $23 Million in Series B Funding to Open the Whole Genome Era for Transforming Precision Medicine Funds will … Continue reading → Business Wire

Department of Energy announces $30 million for plant genomics research to facilitate experimental validation of plant gene function

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Latest News announces Department energy Experimental facilitate function gene genomics million plant research validationWASHINGTON, D.C. Today, the U.S.

Genomic study shows that England’s travel quarantine measures were effective – up to a limit

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Latest News effective Englands genomic limit measures quarantine shows study TravelFourteen-day quarantine measures imposed on incoming travellers returning to England in summer 2020 helped prevent the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, particularly among 16-20 year olds, say a team led by Cambridge scientists. In July 2020, following the first months of the pandemic, the UK government established new rules for travellers to and from England, […].

Government pledges to work with industry to make UK a genomics leader

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With initiatives like The 100,000 Genome Project, the UK has led the world on genomic research. Representatives from industry associations and the governments and NHS in all four UK nations will meet to discuss the future of the country’s genomics sector.

March issues of American Psychiatric Association Journals cover genomics and mental illnesses and associations between recent public health crises with traumatic stress

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The March issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry, the most widely read psychiatric journal in the world, focuses on the genomics of psychopathology, addressing questions related to how genetic variation, and the […]. Latest News American association associations cover crises genomics health illnesses Issues journals March mental psychiatric Public stress traumatic

Pilot study reveals the benefits of ‘whole genome sequencing’ for children with cancer

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1] These are the results of a pilot study of the process known as whole genome sequencing. Medicine & Health benefits cancer children genome Pilot reveals sequencing studyUnravelling the entire genetic code for each child who has been diagnosed with cancer can give a more accurate diagnosis or reveal new treatment options, according to research presented at the NCRI Festival.[1] Credit: NCRI/Patrick Tarpey Unravelling the entire […].

Clues to treatment of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder found in recently evolved region of the ‘dark genome’

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of our entire DNA Very little is known about the function of regions of DNA outside our genes – termed the ‘dark genome’ A Cambridge-led team recently discovered that proteins are produced by over […]. Latest News bipolar clues dark disorder evolved genome Region schizophrenia treatmentGenes code for proteins – the building blocks of life. The current definition of a gene only accounts for around 1.5%

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Labcorp Completes Acquisition of Personal Genome Diagnostics

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Labcorp Completes Acquisition of Personal Genome Diagnostics Labcorp Completes Acquisition of Personal Genome Diagnostics BURLINGTON, N.C.–(BUSINESS

LetsGetChecked adds whole genome sequencing with Veritas buy

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LetsGetChecked, a specialist in at-home diagnostic testing, has added genomics to its technology base with the acquisition of Veritas for an undisclosed amount. The post LetsGetChecked adds whole genome sequencing with Veritas buy appeared first on.

The architect of genome folding

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Epigenetic regulator HPI1a drives de novo genome reorganization in early Drosophila embryos Credit: MPI of Immunobiology and Epigenetics, F. Zenk The DNA molecule is not naked in the nucleus.

Oncotarget: Integrating genomic profiling into clinical care: a nation-wide survey

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Cancer care clinical genomic Integrating nationwide Oncotarget profiling survey

Congenica to Provide Tertiary Analysis for Whole Genome Sequencing for Hong Kong Genome Project

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Congenica to Provide Tertiary Analysis for Whole Genome Sequencing for Hong Kong Genome Project Congenica to Provide Tertiary Analysis for Whole Genome Sequencing for Hong Kong Genome Project Congenica to Provide Tertiary Analysis for Whole Genome Sequencing for Hong Kong … Continue reading → GlobeNewswire

UTHSC’s Neil Hayes, MD, funded to continue research related to the cancer genome atlas

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million grant that extends the work of The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA), a groundbreaking multisite project to understand cancer at its molecular level through genome sequencing and extensive data analysis. […].

Emmes and MedGenome Launch Genomics Strategic Partnership Focused on Advancing Rare Disease Research

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The post Emmes and MedGenome Launch Genomics Strategic Partnership Focused on Advancing Rare Disease Research appeared first on Pharma Mirror Magazine. Pharmaceutical News Genomics

Element Biosciences Closes Acquisition of Loop Genomics

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Element Biosciences Closes Acquisition of Loop Genomics Element Biosciences Closes Acquisition of Loop Genomics Element Biosciences will offer both short-read and long-read sequencing on a common platform.

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