OICR Nurosene Health, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research Team for Pancreatic Cancer Research Nurosene's NetraMark subsidiary will use its AI platform to analyze genome sequencing data from pancreatic cancer patients in order to help personalize treatments. Canadian Consortium Launches COVID Cloud to Support Molecular Research Led by DNAstack and supported by Canada's Digital Technology Supercluster, COVID Cloud looks to build a nationwide bioinformatics infrastructure to address the pandemic. Large-Scale Pan-Cancer Analysis Expands Set of Alterations Disrupting Key Genes, Pathways Members of a large, international consortium tapped into whole-genome sequences from nearly 2,700 tumors to explore coding and non-coding variants contributing to cancer. Prostate Cancer Methylation Levels Linked to Regulatory Variants in Germline Researchers identified variants in the germline that appear to influence DNA methylation levels in prostate cancer tumors or in precancerous tissues. Cancer-Associated Circular RNAs Catalogued Across Tumor Types Researchers used exome capture RNA sequencing to come up with a collection of circRNAs in dozens of cancer types, including proposed prostate cancer markers. Mar 7, 2018 Environmental Factors Can Override Genetic Ancestry for Gene Expression Linked to Disease Nov 1, 2017 Study Highlights Molecular Changes in Tumor-Neighboring Tissue in Breast Cancer Patients Oct 24, 2017 Cancer Drug Response Linked to Transcript Isoform Markers Oct 17, 2017 Global Alliance for Genomics and Health Releases Strategic Plan, Announces Driver Projects Premium Jul 6, 2017 Software Offers Analysis Alternative for Cancer Studies Lacking Matched Controls Premium May 25, 2017 Ontario Institute for Cancer Research Launches Translational Research Programs Feb 23, 2017 Teams Publish Updates On Using MinIon Data to Map Methylation Marks Premium Jan 9, 2017 Aggressive Prostate Cancer Harbors Genomic Patterns Oct 12, 2016 Pancreatic Cancer Evolution May Occur Through Rapid Rearrangements Apr 4, 2016 Intel-OHSU Data Sharing Cloud to Include Pilot Projects in Prostate, Other Cancers Premium Mar 31, 2016 Dana-Farber, OICR Join OSHU-led Cancer Data Sharing Effort Feb 23, 2015 Team Demonstrates De Novo Assembly of Bacterial Genome from Nanopore Data Alone Premium Dec 12, 2014 ICGC Taps Annai's ShareSeq to Host Cancer Genomes Dataset Sep 25, 2014 Genomics in the Journals Sep 25, 2014 Aug 20, 2014 OICR Joins Open Cloud Consortium to Expand Access to Cancer Genomics Data Jul 17, 2014 Ontario-led Team Receives $4.7M from Movember to Develop Dx to Guide Prostate Cancer Treatment Apr 23, 2014 Scientists in Ontario, Israel Team to Investigate Pancreatic Cancer Metastasis Apr 22, 2014 OICR Team Describes 2D Pooling to Find Rare Variants in NGS Data More Efficiently and at Lower Cost Premium Nov 8, 2013 DREAM Challenge Seeks Ways to Identify Cancer-linked Mutations in Sequence Data Oct 10, 2013 Four Canadian Genomics Projects Receive $6.7M in Funding Load More Breaking News Mitochondrial Protein Resource Reveals New Disease Players StageZero Life Sciences, DiagnoseAtHome Partner on Multicancer Blood Test OraSure Technologies Selected by HHS to Provide COVID-19 School Testing Hologic Obtains CE Mark for Molecular Epstein-Barr, BK Virus Assays Multiomics Startup Pleno Closes $15M Funding Round SeekIn Gets CE Mark for Cancer Treatment Response Monitoring Kit The Scan UK Moves to Allow Sale of Gene-Edited Food The UK is moving ahead to allow the sale of gene-edited food in England, Scotland, and Wales, according to New Scientist. Questions for the Field Stat News writes that the alleged Buffalo shooter's citation of genetics research raises questions about what the field can do. Cell Studies on Tumor Evolution in Mouse Model of Lung Cancer, Stereo-seq, Bacteriophage Responses In Cell this week: tumor evolution tracked in mouse model of lung cancer, organogenesis mapped using Stereo-seq, and more. Taking Stock of the Stockpile The US and European countries are evaluating their smallpox vaccine stockpiles as the number of monkeypox cases increases, the Washington Post reports.