Lunaphore Technologies, Cell Signaling Technology Partner on Antibody-Based Spatial Proteomics
CST offers more than 1,700 IHC-validated antibodies, which will be detected by fluorescent secondary antibodies on Lunaphore's Comet spatial analysis platform.
North African Agriculture Influenced by Incoming Neolithic Populations From Europe, the Levant
Researchers linked agriculture to incoming Neolithic Europeans, while a Middle Neolithic shift to pastoralism coincided with the arrival of migrants from the Levant.
Lyric, Concert Genetics Partner to Improve Genetic Testing Claims Payment Accuracy
Through the partnership, Concert's genetic testing payment module will be made available through Lyric's claim editing software.
Cancer Survival Linked to Mutational Burden in Pan-Cancer Analysis
A pan-cancer paper appearing in JCO Precision Oncology suggests tumor mutation patterns provide clues for predicting cancer survival that are independent of other prognostic factors.
Australian Survey Points to Public Support for Genetic Risk Disclosure in Relatives of At-Risk Individuals
A survey in the European Journal of Human Genetics suggests most adult Australians are in favor of finding out if a relative tests positive for a medically actionable genetic variant.
Study Links Evolution of Stony Coral Skeleton to Bicarbonate Transporter Gene
A PNAS paper focuses on a skeleton-related bicarbonate transporter gene introduced to stony coral ancestors by tandem duplication.
CMS Contractor Novitas Rescinds Coverage for Multiple Cancer Genetic Tests
Novitas reviewed, analyzed, and published literature for a variety of genetic oncology tests and highlighted several that it claims are not medically reasonable or necessary.
FDA Grants Marketing Authorization for Cue Health COVID-19 At-Home Molecular Test
The nucleic acid amplification test is the first at-home, over-the-counter test for COVID-19 to be granted marketing authorization using the traditional premarket review pathway.
Germline Genetic Testing Rates in Cancer Patients Low in California, Georgia, Study Finds
Only about 7 percent of cancer patients underwent testing, and rates were especially low among Black, Asian, and Hispanic patients.
Active Lifestyle Linked to Type 2 Diabetes Prevention in People at High Genetic Risk
A study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine shows that an active lifestyle goes a long way in type 2 diabetes prevention.