Newcastle University Mitochondrial Protein Resource Reveals New Disease Players Researchers developed a "mitochondrial orphan protein multi-omics" (MITOMICS) app by profiling proteins, lipids, and metabolites in cells lacking individual mitochondrial proteins. De Novo Mutations Linked to Male Infertility in Trio Exome Sequencing Study At the ASHG annual meeting this week, a Newcastle University researcher described efforts to find de novo mutations behind oligozoospermia or azoospermia. Blood, Immune Cell Formation in Fetal Bone Marrow Detailed in Cell Atlas Effort The researchers found that blood and immune cells quickly diversify within fetal bone marrow, but that there are differences in Down syndrome samples. Skin Cell Atlas Elucidates Pathological Cell States Underlying Inflammatory Skin Diseases Researchers profiled the transcriptomes of more than 500,000 single cells from human fetal skin and adult skin with atopic dermatitis and psoriasis. Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Progression Can Be Traced by Gene Expression Signature A transcriptomic study found 25 genes that are differentially expressed at various disease stages, suggesting the proteins they encode could serve as biomarkers. Sep 26, 2019 Human Kidney Immune Cell Map Reveals Multiple Infection Protection Zones Sep 20, 2018 European Cancer Charities Award $39.4M in Research Grants Aug 9, 2018 Single-Cell Transcriptome Atlas Elucidates Features Shared by Cancerous, Normal Kidneys Jun 5, 2017 With Moon Software Launch, Diploid Aims to Accelerate Diagnosis of Rare Genetic Diseases Premium Mar 24, 2014 Chromothripsis Event Touches off Development of Rare Form of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Jan 24, 2013 Europe Pumps $50M into Genome-based International Rare Disease Projects Nov 29, 2012 DNA2.0, Newcastle University Partner to Develop Expression System for B. Subtillis May 24, 2012 UK Agency Granting $7.9M to Develop Synthetic Bio Technology Platform Feb 2, 2011 MDxHealth Nets Methylation Biomarker Deal with Pfizer, Partners for PARP Inhibitor Premium Feb 2, 2011 iSAEC Using HMO Research Network's EMRs to Recruit Patients for PGx Studies Premium Sep 30, 2010 SAEC Names New Partners, Launches Stage II Sep 9, 2010 SAEC Partners with Liverpool, Newcastle Universities on PGx Aug 12, 2009 Horizon Racks Up More Academic Research, Licensing Deals with Torino, Newcastle Universities Premium Aug 11, 2009 Newcastle University to Use Horizon's X-MAN Models Feb 19, 2009 Genetics Improves Some Warfarin Dosing; Clinical Trials Next Breaking News Canadian Healthcare Providers, Policymakers Value Different Aspects of Clinical Genomic Sequencing New Products Posted to GenomeWeb: Oxford Nanopore, Bio-Rad, NanoString, More People in the News at OraSure, Element Biosciences, Micronoma, More Guardant Health Files Motions to Dismiss, Change Venue in Illumina Patent Lawsuit In Brief This Week: SQI Diagnostics, T2 Biosystems, Enhanc3D, QuidelOrtho, More Illumina, Precision Health Research Singapore Partner for 100K Genomes Population Study The Scan Blend of Omicron With Delta The Associated Press reports that currently circulating Omicron variants have some features previously seen in the Delta variant. Limited Contrast The New York Times reports that there is a shortage of a contrast agent used for some medical scans. Pig Improvement Farmers in China are using genetics to improve their hog herds, according to Reuters. Science Papers Present Way to Molecularly Classify Prostate Cancer, Saliva-Based SARS-CoV-2 Test, More In Science this week: approach to molecularly classify prostate tumors, saliva-based test for SARS-CoV-2, and more.