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Expert genomics panel disputes certain genes linked to a dangerous heart conditionDevelopments of Quality Assured Automated CRISPR

Generating a CRISPR-modified cell that has been grown from a single-cell clone is a time-consuming process. It is also inefficient, often being carried out by hand, which leaves it prone to errors. These limitations adversely impact on the clinical or commercial scalability of this technology.

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   Mitochondrial and Nuclear Genome InteractionsMitochondrial and Nuclear Genome Interactions
 
The mitochondria, also commonly known as “the powerhouse of the cell”, is a compartment within a cell known as an organelle.
 
   Examining Microbial Diversity Using Functional GenomicsExamining Microbial Diversity Using Functional Genomics
 
The main obstacle in microbiology had been the fact that it is not always possible to grow microorganisms in laboratory conditions – in fact, it is thought that the majority of microorganisms which exist are unculturable.
 
 What is the Human Genome?
 
What is the Human Genome?The human genome is the entire set of nucleic acid sequences for humans. This article gives a detailed insight into the human genome and how it was discovered.
 
 
 Genome-wide pattern found in glioblastoma tumors predicts patients' life expectancy
 
Genome-wide pattern found in glioblastoma tumors predicts patients' life expectancyFor the past 70 years, the best indicator of life expectancy for a patient with glioblastoma (GBM) -- the most common and the most aggressive brain cancer -- has simply been age at diagnosis.
 
 
 Smart Use Of Genomic Data Needed In Species Conservation
 
Smart Use Of Genomic Data Needed In Species ConservationA "step-change" in conservation is needed in order to help save species from extinction in the future, according to an academic at UEA.
 
 
 Genetic discoveries show promise for developing new treatment targets for schizophrenia
 
Genetic discoveries show promise for developing new treatment targets for schizophreniaIn recent years, genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have identified many different genetic variants associated with schizophrenia.