Scientists from Duke University used gene-editing technique to treat Duchenne muscular dystrophy in grown animals. 2016 is barely a fortnight old, and already CRISPR-Cas9 has leapt into the headlines again. On New Year’s Eve three research groups reported in Science that they had successfully used CRISPR to treat Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) in mice, marking the first time the […]
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Over the last few months, Genomics England have been hosting a series of seminars in London, UK for the clinical and research communities involved with the 100,000 Genomes Project. Experts from around the world have been invited to explore a diverse range of topics relating to genomic medicine, and now those presentations are available online. […]
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Illumina accelerater announces third round of funding for genomics start ups.
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Cypher Genomics to bring their interpretation technology to bear on Human Longevity’s extensive genomics database.
Athena Vision will focus on developing UCL research into gene therapies for eye disease.
Linking over 100 hospitals and laboratories, the Swiss bioinformatics company has formed the world’s largest clinical genomics network for diagnostics.
UK Government’s Autumn Spending Review reveals £250 million investment in 100,000 Genomes Project over the next 5 years.
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The International Cancer Genome Consortium have announced that 1,200 cancer whole genome sequences are now available via Amazon Web Services.
Thermo Fisher Scientific forms long-term partnership with Novartis and Pfizer to develop non-small cell cancer test to serve as companion diagnostic across drug development.