The recruitment of Rick Wilson and Elaine Mardis from Washington University in St. Louis was made possible by a new $10 million gift from the Nationwide Foundation.
Four patients still want the government to investigate their allegations against Myriad, even though the firm complied with their data request at the last hour.
In a complaint filed yesterday, Foundation claims that the Guardant360 test infringes its US Patent No. 9,340,830.
The Garvan Institute of Medical Research's Mark Cowley said his lab has a more than 50 percent diagnostic rate for rare, monogenic diseases.
With the conditional approval, Rosetta can now market its assays to test for key mutations in lung, colon, and melanoma cancers in New York State.
Speakers at the CVS meeting in Florida last week spoke about the utility and effectiveness of sequencing approaches in the study of viruses.
The four challenges that have been planned so far tackle questions in DNA sequence alignment and gene expression analysis.
The firm recently made strategic hires with commercialization experience in anticipation of bringing its handheld point-of-care device to market.
An international research team’s new rubber tree genome sequence could help tree growers learn more about how to optimize natural rubber production.
In PLOS this week: canine GWAS of skeletal syndromes, Chagas disease outcomes and genetic ancestry, and more.
A team describes its idea for a clinical trial data-sharing database, called Vivli, ScienceInsider reports.
One case illustrates how DNA evidence can incriminate an innocent person, Scientific American says.
A lack of stability in research funding drives researchers away from academia, researchers write at eLife.
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