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DNA Sequencing Reveals Mucosal Melanoma's Bullseye
Scientists have found a molecular 'bullseye' for a rare form of melanoma, opening up opportunities for new targeted treatment.
Genome Offers Clues to Amphibian-Killing Fungus
A fungus that has decimated amphibians globally is much older than previously thought.
Researchers Identify First Drug Targets in Childhood Genetic Tumor Disorder
Genetic mutations may be targeted by currently available cancer therapies.
NIH Researchers Conduct First Genomic Survey of Human Skin Fungal Diversity
Location on the body surface determines fungal composition with the greatest diversity on feet.
New DNA Cattle Test Beefs up Dairy and Meat Quality
A genomics technique developed at Cornell to improve corn can now be used to improve the quality of milk and meat.
TATAA Strengthens Quality Assurance Program
TATAA Biocenter expands offerings using AATI’s Fragment Analyzer™ to assess RNA quality in gene expression analysis.
A Cautionary Tale on Genome-Sequencing Diagnostics for Rare Diseases
Studies in several children have raising new questions about inheritance, genomic sequencing, and diagnostic.
Gene Identified Responsible for Disorders of Bones and Connective Tissue
Researchers have identified a gene that when mutated is responsible for a spectrum of disorder.
Genetic Study Shows Europeans are One Big Family
Europeans are basically one big family, closely related to one another for the past thousand years, according to a new study of the DNA of people from across the continent.
Genome Sequencing Provides Unprecedented Insight into Causes of Pneumococcal Disease
Technology will allow better surveillance of bacterial populations, understanding of vaccine effectiveness.
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23 Jul 2013 - 26 Jul 2013
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