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November 2014 Onwards
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TAU Researchers Solve Disease Mystery Through Crowdfunding
Tel Aviv University researcher identifies novel genetic mutations through DNA sequencing of afflicted child and family.
A Gene That Shaped The Evolution Of Darwin's Finches
Researchers from Princeton University and Uppsala University in Sweden have identified a gene in the Galápagos finches studied by English naturalist Charles Darwin that influences beak shape and that played a role in the birds' evolution from a common ancestor more than 1 million years ago.
DNA ‘Cage’ Could Improve Nanopore Technology
Scientists at Brown University have designed a nanoscale cage that can trap a single DNA strand and allow before-and-after sequencing of the same DNA strand in research trials.
Epigenetic Signatures that Differentiate Triple-Negative Breast Cancers
Australian researchers have identified epigenetic ‘signatures’ that could help clinicians tell the difference between highly aggressive and more benign forms of triple-negative breast cancer.
New Techniques Reveal “Extreme” Gene Copy Range
New findings give scientists the first precise way to study places in the genome where the number of copies of a sequence varies widely from person to person.
New Software Analyzes Human Genomes Faster than Other Available Technologies
The new software will empower population scale genomic analysis.
Major Study Links Gene to Drug Resistance in Testicular Cancer
Researchers used a genetic technique called whole-exome sequencing to examine tumour samples.
Titin' Gene Mutations Will Help Identify Patients At Risk Of Heart Failure
A new study has identified genetic mutations that cause the heart condition dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM), paving the way for more accurate diagnosis.
Blood Test For Prostate Cancer
Vanderbilt team demonstrates that prostate cancer can accurately be detected by liquid biopsy.
Whole-Genome Sequencing Successfully Identifies Cancer-Related Mutations
UT Southwestern Medical Center cancer researchers have demonstrated that whole-genome sequencing can be used to identify patients’ risk for hereditary cancer.
Training School: Genotyping by Sequencing
03 Nov 2014 - 06 Nov 2014
Norwich, UK
Training School: Genotyping by Sequencing
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11 Nov 2014 - 12 Nov 2014
Sheffield, UK
NGS 2014 Sheffield: from Research to the Clinic
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18 Nov 2014 - 20 Nov 2014
London, UK
EpiCongress London
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6th Annual Next Generation Sequencing Congress
20 Nov 2014 - 21 Nov 2014
London, UK
6th Annual Next Generation Sequencing Congress
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20 Nov 2014 - 20 Nov 2014
Odense
NGS 2014 Nordic
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2014 World Stem Cell Summit
03 Dec 2014 - 05 Dec 2014
San Antonio, TX, USA
2014 World Stem Cell Summit
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Complementing Next-Generation Sequencing with Exon-centric Microarray for a Comprehensive Analysis of Autism: The Greenwood Genetic Center Experience
10 Dec 2014 - 10 Dec 2014
Webinar
Complementing Next-Generation Sequencing with Exon-centric Microarray for a Comprehensive Analysis of Autism: The Greenwood Genetic Center Experience
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Biomarkers from Research to Clinic
15 Jan 2015 - 16 Jan 2015
San Diego, CA, USA
Biomarkers from Research to Clinic
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19 Jan 2015 - 21 Jan 2015
TATAA Biocenter, Göteborg, Sweden
3 days Hands-on qPCR
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