Clinical & Translational

The so-called Time Machine software analyzes drug combinations and suggests candidate treatment regimens that are likely to reverse antibiotic resistance.

Sequenom reported Q1 revenues of $37.8 million, falling short of the Wall Street estimate of $38.6 million.

The company said revenues from consumables were negatively impacted by factors including changes in foreign exchange rates.

The technology links distinctive genomic variants in bacteria of the human gut microbiome to two forms of inflammatory bowel disease.

The results, published online in Genome Research last month, suggest that whole-genome sequencing may be able to boost the diagnostic rate of clinical exome sequencing.

In Cell this week: Leukemia-like disease in soft-shell clams, mNET-seq method for profiling growing transcripts, and more.

While James Watson and Francis Crick are credited for discovering the structure of DNA, Rich proved their theory of a double helix structure was correct when he produced a distinct image of the structure.

Nature News reports that early users of Oxford Nanopore's hand-held MinIon are giddy about the technology and its uses. 

According to MIT Technology Review, Apple is collaborating with researchers to develop apps for consumer DNA testing.