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Combining data on parasite genetics and human movement can improve malaria tracking

Combining data on parasite genetics and human movement can improve malaria tracking

Bruker’s timsTOF Pro mass spectrometer receives EuPA technology award at Proteomic Forum 2019

Bruker’s timsTOF Pro mass spectrometer receives EuPA technology award at Proteomic Forum 2019

Research identifies genomic risk factor associated with stroke in childhood cancer survivors

Research identifies genomic risk factor associated with stroke in childhood cancer survivors

New guidance on use of valproate in women, girls of child bearing age with epilepsy published

New guidance on use of valproate in women, girls of child bearing age with epilepsy published

Study reveals new strategy to combat antibiotic resistance

Study reveals new strategy to combat antibiotic resistance

Colorado compound dramatically affects cancer metastasis

Colorado compound dramatically affects cancer metastasis

Novel EU-funded project in the field of genomics

Novel EU-funded project in the field of genomics

New Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Health launched at Mount Sinai

New Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Health launched at Mount Sinai

Walnut consumption could change gene expression in pathologically-confirmed breast cancers

Walnut consumption could change gene expression in pathologically-confirmed breast cancers

C-Path and Japan's PMDA join forces on first-of-its-kind biomarker project

C-Path and Japan's PMDA join forces on first-of-its-kind biomarker project

Causes of diabetes decline or disappear when ‘zombie cells’ are removed, shows study

Causes of diabetes decline or disappear when ‘zombie cells’ are removed, shows study

Luxia Scientific partners with Life Genomics to commercialize microbiome-based tests in the Nordic countries

Luxia Scientific partners with Life Genomics to commercialize microbiome-based tests in the Nordic countries

Antidepressant drugs may not work when neurons are out of shape

Antidepressant drugs may not work when neurons are out of shape

Bacteria and innate immune factors in birth canal, cervix may be key to predicting preterm births

Bacteria and innate immune factors in birth canal, cervix may be key to predicting preterm births

City of Hope exhibits current studies and data on cancer therapies at AACR

City of Hope exhibits current studies and data on cancer therapies at AACR

Knowing causative genes of osteoporosis may open door to more effective treatments

Knowing causative genes of osteoporosis may open door to more effective treatments

New computer program developed by TGen lights up cancer-causing genetic mutations

New computer program developed by TGen lights up cancer-causing genetic mutations

TGen and ABL sign agreement to distribute new TB test technology

TGen and ABL sign agreement to distribute new TB test technology

First African-American Neuroscience Research Initiative launched to close the gap in health disparities

First African-American Neuroscience Research Initiative launched to close the gap in health disparities

Natural speed limit on DNA replication sets pace for life's first steps

Natural speed limit on DNA replication sets pace for life's first steps