NIH researchers got tantalizingly close to long-term engraftment at levels that could provide a clinical benefit in gene therapy applications.
There are a number of efforts underway to develop DNA vaccines for diseases like Zika, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The agency has committed $11 million for the creation of a network of research centers that will use systems biology approaches to build predictive models for infectious diseases.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases is seeking proposals for research into the three-dimensional atomic structures of pathogen proteins.
The researchers will use a new humanized mouse model to obtain genetic information at different life stages of the parasite.
Researchers put together an almost 2-billion-base genome assembly for the deer tick, which can transmit pathogens causing Lyme disease and other conditions.
An autosomal dominant form of vibratory urticaria has been linked to a missense mutation in the ADGRE2 gene that appears to affect mast cell function and inflammation.
A National Institutes of Health team demonstrated EBOV RNA can be found in semen using strategies approved for finding the virus in blood.
The partners will develop a multiplexed nucleic acid-based assay to detect carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae from whole blood samples.
Single-molecule sequencing of A. baumannii and Enterobacter species is uncovering the context and mechanics of antibacterial resistance.
The chief executive of the National Health Service in England is to call for tumor-agnostic drugs to be "fast-tracked," according to the Times.
Researchers in Australia are sequencing the Wollemi pine tree to try to protect it from extinction, Australia's ABC News reports.
Computerworld ranks Illumina as one of the top midsize organizations to work at in IT.
In Genome Research this week: links between biological aging and mutations affecting epigenetic regulators; long-read sequencing-based strategy to map chromatin accessibility; and more.