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Are gene-sequencing assays worth it? - SHARE

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Full Gene Sequencing Might Detect CF Mutations in Babies of Any Ethnicity, Study Says

Read about how screening all babies with a known CF-causing and a second mutation, the allele, could predict their risk of developing CF later in life.

Human DNA sequencing

Human gene sequencing gets an official yardstick

A new study that assesses the accuracy of modern human-genome-sequencing technologies found that some medically significant portions of an individual's DNA blueprint are situated in complex, hard-to-analyze regions that are .

Phil Schiller, Apple's marketing chief, is now a director of Illuminia, one of the most important companies in gene sequencing.

One of Apple's most important execs just joined the board of a $25 billion genetics company

Phil Schiller, Apple's marketing chief, is now a director of Illuminia, one of the most important companies in gene sequencing.

Prenatal whole-gene sequencing raises thorny ethical questions

Prenatal whole-gene sequencing raises thorny ethical questions

The 22 autosomes are numbered by size. The other two chromosomes, X and Y, are the sex chromosomes. This picture of the human chromosomes lined up in pairs is called a karyotype.

An update to Illumina's gene sequencing technology could have contaminated the results of recent high-sensitivity data produced on the machines.

The Go-To Gene Sequencing Machine With Very Strange Results

Illumina HiSeq 2500 - Used by researchers at a Kansas hospital to obtain entire genome sequences of newborn babies, the Illumina HiSeq 2500 is helping doctors come up wi.

In Treatment for Leukemia, Glimpses of the Future (NYTimes Health): Lukas Wartman, a leukemia doctor and researcher, developed the disease himself. As he faced death, his colleagues sequenced his cancer genome. The result was a totally unexpected treatment.

In Gene Sequencing Treatment for Leukemia, Glimpses of the Future

Interesting insight on how genomic testing is helping cancer patients beat the odds.

Making an IMPACT: MSK’s Gene-Sequencing Test Reveals New Findings about Hereditary Cancer Risk

An analysis of germline DNA in people with advanced cancer finds that inherited mutations may be more common than expected in this group.

Gene sequencing (Genomic #BigData #Analytics) may be key to protecting global food supply: http://venturebeat.com/2015/01/29/ibm-mars-see-gene-sequencing-as-key-to-protecting-the-global-food-supply/ …

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IBM, Mars see gene sequencing as key to protecting the global food supply

Cost of Gene Sequencing Falls, Raising Hopes for Medical Advances

Cost of Gene Sequencing Falls, Raising Hopes for Medical Advances

Firms are racing to cut the cost of sequencing the human genome, which will yield new approaches for treating cancers and other serious diseases, biologists say.

Gene Sequencing Could One Day Make Malaria Easier To Treat

Gene Sequencing Could One Day Make Malaria Easier To Treat

Gene Sequencing

The Go-To Gene Sequencing Machine With Very Strange Results

The Go-To Gene Sequencing Machine With Very Strange Results

An update to Illumina's gene sequencing technology could have contaminated the results of recent high-sensitivity data produced on the machines.

After four years of hard work, scientists have fully sequenced and decoded the Neanderthal genome. Neanderthals and modern humans have the same FoxP2 gene sequence—meaning Neanderthals were capable of communication if not full-blown language. All anatomically modern humans share at least some Neanderthal DNA. Europeans and Asians (-4%) and Africans (+/-1.8%). This means cross-species breeding gave rise to fertile young. Neanderthals had more complex art and personal adornment than previously…

After four-years of hard work, scientists have fully sequenced and decoded the Neanderthal genome Neanderthals and modern humans have the sa.

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