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Apollo offers clinical genomics across centres in India

Facilitated by Sapien Biosciences – a subsidiary of Apollo Hospitals, the service will be available across all centres of Apollo Hospitals and clinics in India HYDERABAD: Continuing its emphasis on preventive healthcare services, Apollo Hospitals will ... Economic Times, 7 hours ago

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Genetic blueprint of bread wheat genome unveiled to improve world's most popular cereal crop

Published 18 July 2014 - 07:28 The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) played a key part in the generation and analysis of the draft sequence of the bread wheat genome, published today, in the international journal Science. The work led by the ...
 Farm Business6 days ago Genome analysis helps in breeding more robust cows  Science Daily1 hour ago TGAC becomes a UK Centre of Excellence for ground-breaking Whole Genome Mappi...  Labmate Online1 week ago Sheep's genome at last reveals its secrets  Cosmos Magazine1 week ago

New molecular cancer targets in sight as cutting-edge Victorian Centre for Functional Genomics makes strong publishing debut

The Victorian Centre for Functional Genomics (VCFG) at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre hit a significant milestone this morning with publication of the facility's first genome-wide screen as lead article in 'Scientific Data', a new open-access ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago Dr Tim Sutton from Adelaide University's Centre for Plant Functional Genomics  ABC Online2 weeks ago
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NextCODE, University College Dublin's ACoRD Take Aim at Genetic Causes of Autism and Rare Diseases

"This partnership is key to our strategy of building on ACoRD's reputation in rare genomics to establish ourselves as a centre of excellence in this field," said Dr Sean Ennis Dr Ennis and his colleagues work and publish on a range of genetic ...
 Pettinga Financial Advisors2 weeks ago University College Dublin Taps NextCODE to Aid in Autism, Rare Disease Research  Genetic Engineering News2 weeks ago NextCODE , University College Dublin's Acord Take Aim At Genetic Causes Of Autism And Rare Diseases  BioSpace2 weeks ago

A CNIO team reduces the size of the human genome to 19,000 genes

04/07/14/02/16 Eureka Alerts 2 Global ( Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncologicas (CNIO) ) A study led by Alfonso Valencia and Michael Tress at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre updates the number of human genes to 19,000; 1,700 ...
 Infrosoft3 weeks ago Researchers Reduce the Size of the Human Genome to 19,000 Genes  MedIndia2 weeks ago Size Of Human Genome Reduces To 19,000 Genes  Eurasia Review3 weeks ago Size of the human genome reduced to 19,000 genes  Science Daily2 weeks ago

International team sheds new light on biology underlying schizophrenia

Canada's Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) have helped identify over 100 locations in the human genome associated with the risk of developing schizophrenia, in what is the
 Big News Network2 days ago Study sheds new light on treating schizophrenia  Irish Health.com1 day ago Cardiff University Sheds New Light On Biology Underlying Schizophrenia  BioSpace2 days ago Researchers shed new light on schizophrenia  Harvard University Gazette2 days ago

TGAC announces new Director of Science

Federica Di Palma has been appointed as director of science (Vertebrate and Health Genomics) at The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) to lead the Institute's world-class science forward. She will be responsible for all aspects of TGAC's scientific ...
 Business Weekly UK2 days ago
Science Daily

Technology developed to redirect proteins towards specific areas of genome

The Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) Macromolecular Crystallography Group has managed to reprogramme the binding of a protein called BuD to DNA in order to redirect it towards specific DNA regions. Guillermo Montoya, the researcher who ...
 Science Daily1 week ago Scientists Develop Technology to Redirect Proteins Towards Specific Areas of the Genome  Scicasts1 week ago CNIO scientists develop technology to redirect proteins towards specific areas of the genome  EurekAlert!2 weeks ago
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TGAC releases new genetic data to combat ash dieback epidemic

Jul 8 The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) has released new genetic data that will help understand the spread of the ash dieback epidemic, across Europe and the UK. As part of the NORNEX consortium , TGAC has sequenced 20 genomes of the fungus ( ...
 BBSRC2 weeks ago
National Geographic

Scientists Discover Gut Virus Genome

The most common viruses in your body don't make you ill. Instead, they infect the legions of microbes that live in your gut. These bacteriophages, or phages for short, number in their trillions. And the most common of them might be a newly ...
 National Geographic2 hours ago Scientists find MERS virus in air of Saudi camel barn  Arab Times1 day ago Saudi scientists warn deadly MERS virus is airborne  Arabian Business1 day ago Mers virus detected in camel barn air samples  Khaleej Times2 days ago
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