Latest Human genetics Stories
Europeans didn’t always have the pale white skin that we commonly associate with them – in fact, the trait evolved fairly recently, according to a new study.
Presentations Focus on Pediatric Neurology Exome Testing and a Novel Rapid Sequencing Approach CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 24, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Claritas Genomics will present
Proprietary Neurome(TM) service provides insight into the genetic causes of neurological disorders so parents and health care providers can develop personalized care strategies MADISON,
Some of us might look like mom, but we all mostly take after dad – at least genetically speaking.
Well...not all diseases.
Americans who identify themselves as being from distinct ethnic groups may wish to reconsider, following the findings of a new genetic study that show mixed ancestry may extend further than previously thought.
Scientists at the Baylor College of Medicine Medical Genetics Laboratories and the UCLA Clinical Genomics Center are at the forefront of a new technique that could be a powerful tool for diagnosing rare genetic conditions.
Use of exome sequencing improved the ability to identify the underlying gene mutations in patients with biochemically defined defects affecting multiple mitochondrial respiratory chain complexes (enzymes that are involved in basic energy production).
With services based on exome sequencing becoming affordable to patients at a reasonable price, the question of the quality of the results provided has become increasingly important.
HARDERWIJK, The Netherlands, May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today GENALICE proudly announced the planned release of an upgraded version of its Next-Generation Sequencing
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