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🛸Evolutionary Enginee®️* Nov 12
The Human Code. Currently: 0 Encryption The Issue: Anyone can access and alter the code.
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Medical Xpress Jul 16
Researchers wirelessly hack 'boss' gene, a step toward reprogramming the
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Washington U. Med Oct 14
“The original reference human genome has been a vital scientific tool, but it’s incomplete.” The aim of $29.5 million in funding is to better reflect the spectrum of human diversity and make the project a more useful research tool.
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Broad Institute Aug 1
Cost of sequencing the first human genome was $3 billion. Today it costs $600 dollars.
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BCMHouston Oct 26
Investigators develop new approaches for large-scale analysis of rare genetic diseases.
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National Herald Sep 2
The ’s expert advisory committee has given nod for the first phase of a global registry to track research on editing
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Nano Aug 5
Happy Monday! Here’s a primer on the Human Genome Project, an initiative which was kickstarted with the help of our CEO, Steve Papermaster. As we get closer to personalized healthcare on a genomic level, take a look back at the project that made it all possible.
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Master in Genetics and Genomics Nov 6
Students of visiting the outstanding facilities of ! Amazing experience.
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Jaime Montoya Feb 16
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Xtalks Webinars Jan 25
deCODE Genetics Unveils the Most High-Resolution Map of the Two decades worth of work have cumulated into the first full-resolution map of the human genome, giving scientists info about how genes are passed down multiple generations and more.
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Kim Ledbetter Price Apr 12
In the last decade, Huntsville's hub, , has grown to include 40 biotech companies. The latest venture is a partnership between Genomic Services Lab and Discovery Life Sciences:
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Stillness in the Storm Oct 29
Complete Human Genome DNA Found in Contaminated MMR Vaccine by Italian Researchers
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Stefano Donati Dec 27
Had a blast visiting again the best italian science museum, this time with a cool temprary exposition on the . Note: the whole museum is fully trilingual!
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Digital Doctor Feb 19
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Evolutionary Genomics Apr 28
Expression of multiple horizontally acquired genes is a hallmark of both vertebrate and invertebrate genomes Horizontal gene transfer is not a hallmark of the human genome
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Lisa Massimo Sep 24
A physical copy of the human genome in Manchester, the enormity of it is quite beautiful.
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🏳️‍🌈 Cara Santa Maria 🏳️‍🌈 Apr 21
DNA remnants of three separate Denisovan populations found in human genomes. Whoa.
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RM Utrecht Dec 1
Our colleague Niels Geijsen’s ⁦interesting discussion of the Chinese case on editing. ⁦
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Twist Bioscience Apr 16
This is the coolest! “More than 10,000 were activated by spaceflight. “To give you some context,” explains, “there are about 58,000 known genes in the ...” A 'Herculean' Study of Scott and Mark Kelly Asks: Are Humans...| WIRED
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bluebird bio Oct 15
A big thanks to John Stam, MD who stopped by the nest today and shared his expertise in human genome regulation and its role in common diseases and traits.
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