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Multiomics – News and Features

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AI Distinguishes Cancer Cells From Healthy Ones

A machine learning program has been used to distinguish between cancerous and healthy cells by identifying patterns in characteristic combinations of genes.
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Large-Scale Proteomic Study Finds 11 Pan-Cancer Molecular Subtypes

A new study that analyzed protein levels in 2,002 primary tumors from 14 tissue-based cancer types identified 11 distinct molecular subtypes, providing systematic knowledge that greatly expands a searchable online database that has become a go-to platform for cancer data analysis by users worldwide.
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Gut Microbiome Can Be Used as a Health Indicator

The human microbiome can provide information regarding the risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, a recent study has shown.
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Dietary Polyphenols Can Prevent Inflammation in Older People

Polyphenols – antioxidant compounds found in foods including green tea and dark chocolate – have been shown to prevent inflammation in older people by interacting with the gut microbiome.
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New Technology Protects Authenticity of Engineered Cell Lines

Researchers have designed unique identifiers for genetically engineered cells, preventing misidentification, illegal replication and cross-contamination.
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Seeing Clearly Again: Using the Tear Lipidome To Detect Dry Eye After Laser Surgery

In this interview, Lei Zhou, PhD, head of the Ocular Proteomics Platform at the Singapore Eye Research Institute, talks about the development of a novel diagnostic test to guide precision medicine to prevent dry eye in patients after laser eye surgery.
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Fat Accumulation in Liver Tumors Influences Response to Immunotherapy

Analysis of the tumor immune microenvironment of hepatocellular carcinoma has revealed that greater accumulation of fat within the tumor cells alters the response to immunotherapy.
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Novel Plug-and-Play Multi-Organ Chip Developed

Researchers have created a plug-and-play multi-organ chip the size of a microscope slide that can be customized to the patient.
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Targeting “Anti-Tumor” Genes To Improve Treatment of Leukemia

Researchers from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) are exploring the possibility of personalized treatment for chronic lymphocytic leukemia by regulating the expression of a gene known for its “anti-cancer” properties.
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Genetic Component of Cancer Is Just One Piece of the Puzzle

A recent review has highlighted the roles of the metabolome and the eposome in cancer development, encouraging researchers to view cancer through a multiomics lens.
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