Researchers narrowed in on a HMGA2 gene haplotype that became more common in small-beaked medium ground finches competing for food during a drought.
A University of Pittsburgh research team used a novel computational approach to uncover the protein interactions, which may be potential treatment targets.
The FDA, journals, and even payors are encouraging labs to deposit variant data in public databases, but collaboration is needed to resolve interpretation discrepancies.
Sanger Institute researchers analyzed the genomes and mutational signatures of 560 breast cancer tumors, identifying new ways to classify the disease.
Questions remain about how the €6.7 billion ($7.6 billion) pledged for the implementation of the European Open Science Cloud over the next four years will be spent.
The GenomeWeb Index fell 1 percent in April, outperforming the Nasdaq, but falling significantly short of the performance of the Nasdaq Biotech Index.
Genetic testing firm GenePeeks found discrepancies between carrier screening tests, although those firms found fault with its variant classification methods.
DeCode Genetics' Kari Stefansson and his colleagues uncovered a dozen genetic variants that influence blood lipids, and explored links to coronary artery disease.
United Healthcare, Aetna, Cigna, and Anthem now cover the Harmony test, which predicts fetal risk for trisomies 21, 18, and 13.
Partnering with Biodist Group, the South Korean molecular diagnostics firm is looking to move into non-human applications such as food safety testing.
In PNAS this week: genetic method to gauge age of ancient samples, genetic polymorphisms in mouse strain, and more.
Two Stanford professors are turning to the online game EteRNA to develop a new way to diagnose tuberculosis.
Lita Nelsen from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's technology-transfer office is retiring after decades there.
After nine years, the Canadian government is loosening its restrictions on government scientists' ability to speak to the press and public.
This webinar highlights important features and demonstrates the practical aspects of using the NCBI BLAST service.
This on-demand webinar demonstrates how automated liquid handling workstations can reduce bottlenecks in library preparation for next-generation sequencing, enabling scientific advances in genomics research that were not possible five years ago.
This online seminar demonstrates how RNA-seq analysis in a model organism can provide insights into human disease.