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Yoni Maisel 22h
First reported case of genomic testing diagnosing Munchausen syndrome -The patient was causing her own life-threatening infections. DNA-testing proved it
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Axiomedix_PM 6m
Intermountain Offers Grants to Advance ,
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Nextflow 1m
Next presentation by from "Nextflow and human microbiome: from data to insights"
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GenomeBC Sep 12
Left-handed? Your brain is wired differently, and now we know why. Read more:
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York U Research 5m
Scientists set to start $10M project to create health diagnosis tool for . Being created as part of a research project led by bee expert Amro Zayed of , w/ Leonard Foster of .
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Mark Ravinet Sep 11
Happy to be able to properly share the tutorials that and I put together for . These tutorials aim to take you from raw reads to finished analyses.
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HealthMarkets4U Sep 17
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Rep. Eric Swalwell 23h
Innovation in has presented new opportunities to diagnose and treat genetic disorders like some cancers and many rare diseases. That’s why, today, I re-introduced the Advancing Access to Precision Medicine Act to improve health management and save lives.
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UK Biobank Sep 10
UK Biobank is leading the way in genetics research to tackle chronic diseases. The £200 million investment will dramatically enhance our ability to support innovative & imaginative research
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DOE Science Sep 16
Viruses are tough research subjects. So when researchers supported by figured out a new way to mine an existing collection for viral data, it was a jackpot. They found more than 125,000 viral sequences.
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Yoni Maisel Sep 16
Fascinating - a rare genetic mutation could confer protection for a select few against a nightmare "superbug" -News: -Journal:
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Illinois League for Nursing 21h
Replying to @IlNursingleague
Please join us for our Fall Conference "Educating the Nurse for the 21st Century"
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EncrypGen Sep 13
If you haven't uploaded your genetic test data to the Gene-Chain, you should. We only need 3 more people with rare alleles to complete a cohort for an Active Study, and the buyers are paying quite well.
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Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) Sep 13
Sandra Liede: Declaration for delivering cross-border access to genomic databases *1 million genomes accessible in the EU by 2022 *Linking access to existing and future genomic databases across the EU *Providing proper scale for research with clinical impact
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EncrypGen Sep 17
The space is dynamic and exciting. We are proud to pioneer it and to still be the only free market for selling de-identified data for , giving you 90% of the sale price. We are a mom & pop shop, with low overhead, and think you should profit most.
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Rod Rassekh 20h
As someone who loves researching the human genome- I always stop in the eagle pub when in Cambridge- where Watson & Crick had lunch together 6 days/week - & where they announced that they found the secret of life: DNA.
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Genomics Education Sep 17
Taking a family history can help to identify if a genetic condition exists within a family. Join our FREE online course and learn about their importance and how to draw and read one:
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Yoni Maisel Sep 15
Intriguing and promising results for post- (mouse study) -converts glial cells into fully-functioning neurons _News: _Journal:
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IGA Technology Sep 18
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Lukas VF Novak 2h
Selection of representative genomes for 24,706 bacterial and archaeal species clusters provide a complete genome-based taxonomy
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