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Proposed Ethics Policy for Whole-Genome Studies Topped Most-Read GenomeWeb Daily News Stories Last Week

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - What are GenomeWeb News subscribers reading? Below are the five most-read articles for the five-day period ended Friday, March 28.
1. Ethics Panel Advises Policies for Whole-Genome Studies (from March 26)
2. Rosetta Genomics, Collaborators Use miRNA to Identify Tumor Origin (from March 24)
3. Doctors' Group Differs with Insurers on GINA (from March 25)
4. BioNanomatrix Lands $5.1M in Venture Financing (from March 26)
5. Study Finds Wide Range of Rare Mutations Linked to Schizophrenia (from March 27)
The Scan

Booster Push

New data shows a decline in SARS-CoV-2 vaccine efficacy over time, which the New York Times says Pfizer is using to argue its case for a booster, even as the lower efficacy remains high.

With Help from Mr. Fluffington, PurrhD

Cats could make good study animals for genetic research, the University of Missouri's Leslie Lyons tells the Atlantic.

Man Charged With Threatening to Harm Fauci, Collins

The Hill reports that Thomas Patrick Connally, Jr., was charged with making threats against federal officials.

Nature Papers Present Approach to Find Natural Products, Method to ID Cancer Driver Mutations, More

In Nature this week: combination of cryogenic electron microscopy with genome mining helps uncover natural products, driver mutations in cancer, and more.