Human genome editing, transatlantic partnerships and personalised medicine? Must be the Week in Genomics!
For the first time a study has mapped all the genes that are activated in the first few days after fertilisation in a human egg.
Studying patient’s genome helped to suggest personalised treatment options for children with cancer.
NIH award 12 grants to drive genomics into the clinic.
Clinical trial data suggests nerve growth factor injected into the brain rescues neurons damaged by Alzheimer’s disease.
Major UK research organisations call for continued CRISPR human genome-editing research, accompanied by public debate.
Believe in Me Foundation donation will support Greenwood Genetic Center’s work to develop autism screening test.
Best PLOS Genetics research article from 2014 will receive a $5000 prize. “What did you do when you turned 10?,” asked PLOS Genetics publications assistant Amy Yau in a recent blog post. “Throw a party? Have a sleepover? Eat chocolate cake? We would love to do all these things with our readers, authors and editors (especially […]
$7.7 million Single Cell Genomics Centre will study genetic changes within individual cells for a more precise view of cellular mechanisms.
Study involving tens of thousands of people adds weight to observation that low vitamin D levels are associated with multiple sclerosis.
Boston-based clinical screening company receives European seal of approval for breast and ovarian cancer test
Precision Medicine Initiative calls on healthcare organisations to contribute case studies of precision medicine in action.
Study examining genes of holocaust survivors and their children shows first possible human example of epigenetic inheritance.
DNA from 9,000 women used to identify two new genetic regions associated with polycystic ovary syndrome
Investment in NGS continues as Roche add new names to their list of acquisitions.