When Ambry Genetics announced this week that it would be the first authorized customer-service provider for Ion Torrent's Ion Personal Genome Machine, as reported by our sister publication In Sequence, the firm issued a fairly standard press release.
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In PNAS this week: mutations linked to nasopharyngeal carcinoma, salivary proteins common among oral squamous cell carcinoma patients, and more.
At Wired, a science journalist discusses her decision not to undergo BRCA testing.
The Japan Times says regulations are needed to oversee human genome-editing research.
In PLOS this week: molecular surveillance of S. Typhi, genome-wide association study of attention in children, and more.