This Week in the British Journal of Cancer | GenomeWeb

In the British Journal of Cancer this week, researchers in the US and Europe describe their comparison of three methods for detecting KRAS mutations in preserved colorectal cancer samples. The team used the Cobas KRAS Mutation Test, the Qiagen Therascreen KRAS Kit, and Sanger sequencing on 120 colorectal cancer samples, and found that the Cobas test detected six mutations not found by Sanger sequencing and eight mutations not found by the Qiagen kit.

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In Nature this week: genome-wide transcriptome analysis of brain samples from people with autism spectrum disorder, flounder genome, and more.

Researchers used T-cell transfer therapy to target mutation KRAS, according to the New York Times.

The US Senate has passed the 21st Century Cures Act, which would provide a funding boost at NIH while overhauling FDA policies.

Bloomberg reports that President-elect Donald Trump is considering Jim O'Neill for Food and Drug Administration commissioner.