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The new system, called BODE 2, will launch at the end of this year and will replace the existing BODE for the analysis of "big omics" data for research.
US National Institutes of Health has issued a new draft data-sharing policy, ScienceInsider reports.
The system uses chemical epigenetic modifiers to activate the expression of target genes by recruiting an endogenous chromatin-activating machinery.
The researchers suggested that the system's combination of speed and high coverage could enable new applications within the imaging mass spec space.
The New York Times reports there are nearly 200 investigations into potential theft of intellectual property at biomedical research institutions.
Among the study's goals is to identify molecular signatures that can distinguish idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis from interstitial lung disease.
The scientists aim to use single-cell analysis to investigate the role of variation in a gene called ID3 in vascular smooth muscle cells.
The US National Institutes of Health says 44 chimpanzees are too frail to move to a retirement sanctuary.
The Genomics Research and Innovation Network has built an open-source system for querying genotype-phenotype databases at its member hospitals.
The institute will apply long-read sequencing to the NIH All of Us program and conduct pediatric sequencing for cancer and birth defect studies.
Despite differences in their migration habits, eastern and western monarch butterflies are genetically similar, according to a study in Molecular Ecology.
The UK is implementing COVID-19 testing with a 90-minute turnaround time.
The Chan Zuckerberg Biohub is working with California's health department to sequence viral samples from COVID-19 patients to trace viral introductions, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
In PLOS this week: identification of fungal species in subcutaneous infections, sequencing of Campylobacter found in raw meat from retail stores, and more.