LabCorp plans to acquire all of Sequenom's outstanding stock for $2.40 per share.
At the National Center for Quantitative Biology of Complex Systems, scientists hope mass spec will drive new biological questions and vice versa.
A group from the University of Minnesota found that quantitative and qualitative errors in NGS library prep could be eliminated by changing four parameters in a common workflow.
A bacterial argonaute protein is being touted as a DNA-guided, DNA-targeting genome editor, but some scientists are having trouble reproducing those results.
Researchers designed software for the MinIon that enables targeted sequencing without target capture or enrichment.
The firm, as indicated by its agreement to acquire Sequenom, is optimistic about the prospects for NIPT.
The WGS service will be provided by Genome.One, a new health information company owned by and based at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research in Sydney.
Announced this month, the project brings together CPTAC, the VA, and DoD, and has as its initial goal the proteogenomic analysis of 8,000 lung cancer patients.
The grant from the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine will fund research on two approaches to DMD gene therapy using CRISPR/Cas9.
Targeting the $4 billion agricultural testing market, the startup is focused on developing NGS-based agricultural tests for soil-born pathogens.
In PNAS this week: map of UV-induced damage in yeast genome, comparative epigenomics uncovers plant lacking key DNA methyltransferase enzyme, and more.
Researchers kick off their second Queer in STEM survey to examine what can make STEM careers welcoming, Wired reports.
A startup company is offering a test to analyze soil samples from farms for pathogens.
Prosecutors seek to introduce evidence from low-template DNA analysis in a murder case in upstate New York, the New York Times reports.
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