Technician’s best friend – solving the dog epigenome to advance oncology
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Technician’s best friend – solving the dog epigenome to advance oncology

Researchers in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Seoul National University are using vacuum aspiration systems from INTEGRA Biosciences to streamline their next generation sequencing (NGS) workflows for comparative oncology. These instruments are helping the team to perform finely controlled microvolume aspiration of organoid cultures, accelerating their efforts to use animal models for the study of animal and human diseases.

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Cocaine use disorder leads to changes in the 'methylome' of a brain region

Scientists tend to view substance addiction as primarily a disease of the brain. When we enjoy sex, food, music, or hobbies, regions of our brain within the reward pathway are flooded with pleasure-inducing dopamine.

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Groundbreaking 'Gnocchi' map reveals hidden secrets of the human genome

Study presents a genome-wide map, "Gnocchi," constructed from 76,156 human genomes, revealing that non-coding regions rich in regulatory elements are crucial in understanding human traits and diseases.

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Smart pipetting solutions to accelerate infectious disease testing

Infectious disease testing is an essential tool for diagnosing, treating and monitoring numerous contagious conditions. Scientists at Cormeum Lab Services integrated a number of INTEGRA’s innovative pipetting solutions into their liquid handling workflows during the pandemic, as part of an overarching strategy to reduce their turnaround times and expand their testing capabilities.

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Genome study unveils genetic ties between cannabis use disorder and lung cancer risk

A genome-wide association study in Nature Genetics reveals insights into the genetics of cannabis use disorder, highlighting its strong association with psychopathology and a causal link to lung cancer, and suggesting distinct genetic pathways from mere cannabis use.

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Ancient Brazilian skeleton discovered to be descendant of First Americans

An article to be published on July 31 in Nature Ecology & Evolution reveals that Luzio, the oldest human skeleton found in São Paulo state (Brazil), was a descendant of the ancestral population that settled the Americas at least 16,000 years ago and gave rise to all present-day Indigenous peoples, such as the Tupi.

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Supporting pandemic preparedness with viral genomics and sequencing

Scientists at the Center for Emerging Viral Threats (CEVT) within Louisiana State University Health Shreveport (LSUHS) are using INTEGRA Biosciences’ pipettes in their COVID-19 testing and viral genomics workflows. These products have streamlined sample transfer protocols, leading to shorter turnaround times and supporting vital research into the prevention and control of viral respiratory diseases.

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Multi-omics approach uncovers gut microbiome-host interactions in myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome patients

Researchers performed a multi-omics investigation of gut microbiome-host interactions and plasma metabolomics among myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) patients.

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Unexpected link between pure mathematics and genetics discovered

An interdisciplinary team of mathematicians, engineers, physicists, and medical scientists have uncovered an unexpected link between pure mathematics and genetics, that reveals key insights into the structure of neutral mutations and the evolution of organisms.

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