Latest Full genome sequencing Stories
The man who helped map the human genome says that scientists will one day be able to use 3D printers to create alien life forms on Earth.
On Wednesday, October 16, 2013 at 12:00pm EDT, Xtalks will be hosting a live webinar on sequence capture technology for genotyping by sequencing for wheat, barley and maize. Toronto,
How do the millions of genetic variants - ranging in size from a change in a single nucleotide (the As,Ts,Cs and Gs that define the genetic alphabet) to huge rearrangements of chromosomes that can affect many different genes - found in each human chromosome affect the health, longevity and lives of people?
A multidisciplinary team led by a geneticist and psychiatrist from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory's (CSHL) Stanley Institute for Cognitive Genomics today publish a paper providing a glimpse of both the tremendous power and the current limitations of what is sometimes called "precision medicine."
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Despite the adoption of next-generation DNA sequencing (NGS) systems, Kalorama Information says that older capillary DNA sequencing systems remain in labs and are used consistently.
As so many genome studies do, this study published online in the journal Nature Genetics began with a single patient and his parents who were in search of a diagnosis.
As gene sequencing technologies rapidly advance and new genomic data becomes available, so does the need for a better understanding and consensus on which gene changes are relevant to diagnosis and treatment.
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