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Tempus, UPenn Team Up to Improve Leukemia Treatment
Tempus, UPenn Team Up to Improve Leukemia Treatment
News   Apr 28, 2017

Tempus has formed a second collaboration with Penn’s Abramson Cancer Center to improve and personalize treatment for patients diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia (AML).

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Unstable Chromosomes Increase Risk of Cancer Returning
Unstable Chromosomes Increase Risk of Cancer Returning
News   Apr 28, 2017

TRACERx is the first study to look at the evolution of cancer in real time and immense detail.

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Looking for a Better Beer or Single malt Scotch Whiskey?
Looking for a Better Beer or Single malt Scotch Whiskey?
News   Apr 28, 2017

Research could lead to better beer, single malt Scotch whiskey and provide tool for scientists to better understand other crops, including rice and wheat.

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Where Do New Genes Come From?
Where Do New Genes Come From?
News   Apr 28, 2017

New genes are more likely to emerge full-fledged from a genome's non-coding regions — sometimes referred to as "junk" DNA — than many scientists would have expected.

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Ensuring Reproducibility in Computational Experiments
Ensuring Reproducibility in Computational Experiments
News   Apr 27, 2017

Scientists have developed a workflow management system that prevents irreproducibility when analyzing large genomics datasets with computers.

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A Genetic Scalpel for Modifying the Bacteria in Your Gut
A Genetic Scalpel for Modifying the Bacteria in Your Gut
News   Apr 24, 2017

Yale University researchers have developed new methods for regulating gene activity in a widespread group of microbiome bacteria in the gut of living mice.

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A Breath Test for Lung Cancer
A Breath Test for Lung Cancer
News   Apr 24, 2017

A new test for the early detection of lung cancer measures tiny changes in the composition of the breath.

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Microbial Markers Could Help Diagnose Colorectal Cancer
Microbial Markers Could Help Diagnose Colorectal Cancer
News   Apr 21, 2017

Researchers have identified specific microbial markers associated with colorectal cancer, which could be used to develop a non-invasive diagnostic test.

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Paperless Lab Academy 2017: Transforming Scientific Information Into Actionable Insight
Paperless Lab Academy 2017: Transforming Scientific Information Into Actionable Insight
News   Apr 21, 2017

The Paperless Lab Academy consolidates its reputation has one of the best lab automation European congresses.

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How Cancer Evades the Immune System
How Cancer Evades the Immune System
News   Apr 21, 2017

A team of scientists from Singapore has discovered new ways in which cancers can escape the body’s immune system.

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