Tibetan Plateau Population Relationships, Adaptations Assessed With Ancient Genomes
With new sequences for 89 ancient individuals, researchers identified shared and distinct ancestry patterns within Tibetan Plateau populations going back 5,100 years.
Australia's Genetic Technologies Seeks Private Payor Coverage to Bring Polygenic Risk Tests to US
The company plans pilot studies with several private insurers to support coverage for its suite of combined clinical and polygenic risk tests.
SD Biosensor Eyes Global Expansion as Evaluations Find Rapid MDx System on Par With Competition
The sample-to-answer system can multiplex up to 12 targets and can run both isothermal assays and RT-PCR with results in 30 minutes or 60 minutes, respectively.
Gastric Cancer Driver Analysis Leads to Ancestry-, Subtype-Specific Features
A multi-ancestry analysis highlighted gastric cancer drivers, including those linked to specific cancer subtypes, patient ancestry, and lifestyle-related risk factors.
Exome Sequencing for Cerebral Palsy Has Sufficient Diagnostic Yield for First-Tier Test
A meta-analysis of prior studies found that the diagnostic yield of exome sequencing for cerebral palsy exceeded 31 percent, similar to other neurodevelopmental disorders.