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Biomarkers – News and Features

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FDA and Industry Collaborate to Predict Liver Toxicity in Human Drug Trials

The liver toxicology biomarker study aims to discover signs of human liver toxicity.
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ALSA Renews Funding for Biomarker Project

Biomarkers for ALS will lead to new insights into the mechanisms of disease.
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Signature Diagnostics Selects Genedata's Computational Solution

The diagnostics company will use Genedata's software to help them identify unique gene expression profiles found in colorectal cancer patients.
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Metabolon to Identify Disease Biomarkers for CDC Multiple Sclerosis Study

Metabolon awarded contract from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Sequenom Launches New Analysis Service Business for DNA Methylation and Gene Expression

Sequenom aims to provide researchers with a sensitive and precise application to obtain critical information for disease detection.
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Researchers Use New Method to Discover Gene Rearrangements

Genes rearrangements in prostate cancer cells may play a role in the development and progression of the disease.
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Fisher Adds GenTel® Thin-Film Nitrocellulose Slides to Its Portfolio

GenTel slides are designed for protein-array applications, including the profiling of disease biomarkers.
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Wyeth Extends and Expands Its Licensing of Ingenuity Pathways Analysis

IPA 3.0 enables researchers to model, analyze and understand the complex biological systems.
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Sequenom Launches Analysis Service Business for DNA Methylation and Gene Expression

Sequenom is providing researchers with an application to obtain critical information for disease detection and classification.
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Lipomics Announces Two Key Additions to Its Scientific Advisory Board

Professors Hotamisligil and Spector to advise Lipomics on research into the causes of obesity, diabetes and heart disease.
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