NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Epigenomics today reported a 67 percent drop year over year in first-quarter revenues.

For the three months ended March 31, the German molecular diagnostics firm reported €200,000 ($258,892) in revenues, down from €600,000 a year ago, when it received a payment from Qiagen for a non-exclusive license to Epigenomics' methylated Septin-9 biomarker.

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In PNAS this week: epigenetic changes linked with high-altitude pulmonary edema, transcriptome profiling of maize leaf development, and more.

Stanford University researchers are studying top athletes to uncover genes linked to performance.

The UW's Wylie Burke and Dartmouth's Gilbert Welch argue that whole-genome testing may do more harm than good, and a related poll.

Differences in DNA methylation could be used to distinguish between DNA samples obtained from identical twins, researchers say.

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