Genomic rearrangements may result in stable

Pancreatic Cancer Has Four Genomically Distinct Subtypes

Genomics meets gene tectonics in a pancreatic cancer study that describes large-scale genomic rearrangements that can be likened to geological events. In pancreatic cancer,...
The CVD space is an attractive segment wherein POC diagnostics finds significant utility. [© Alexander Raths -]

POC Diagnostics in the Cardiovascular Disease Space

The focus of this GEN Market & Tech Analysis report is to present some of our recent industry tracking of the point-of-care diagnostics (POCD)...
Utilization of NIPS is growing

Snapshot: Noninvasive Prenatal Screening—Making the Case for Responsible Innovation in Genetic Testing

In the dozen years since the sequencing of the human genome, the pace of innovation in genetic testing has exploded. We are now able...
Diving deep into the waters of genomic heterogeneity allows researchers to focus on the critical association between drug interactions and individual gene variants

Pharmacogenomics Makes the Heart Grow Stronger

Focused genetic analyses seek to improve patient care and streamline drug development for cardiovascular disease.
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Companion Diagnostics Develops an Ear for Cancer’s Dissonant Themes

Since the development of the first companion diagnostic for Herceptin was introduced more than 10 years ago, the development paths for these tests have...
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Barcoding Gets the Drop on Single-Cell Transcriptomes

Averages shout, and individuals whisper. That, in a nutshell, is the frustration of single-cell transcriptomics. Although innumerable cell types have unique gene-expression profiles, they...
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Obesity Significantly Influenced by 13 Different Genes

Genetic variations in the 13 genes were found to significantly influence the ability of people to either gain or lose weight
Clinical OMICs Magazine: Volume 5

Counselors Face a Balancing Act as Challenges Loom

Angelina Jolie’s self-disclosure of the BRCA1 gene mutation that led her to undergo a double mastectomy helped normalize the concept of genetic testing and...
The prenatal diagnostics industry is  expected to reach $3.6 billion by 2019 with the demand for prenatal tests tripling over  the next six years. [Mopic/Fotolia]

A Crowded Field for Noninvasive Prenatal Screening Tests

Prenatal screening for detection of a wide range of monogenic disorders and chromosomal abnormalities has been available to prospective parents for over 40 years....
Source: UC San Diego Health

RNA Biomarkers and Splicing Help Identify and Target Secondary Leukemia

Discovery involves secondary AML, which particularly afflicts older patients and has poor prognoses.
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