SUNY Quadrant Biosciences Wins $2.3M NIH Grant to Develop Saliva Test for Concussion The company and its collaborators previously published a study linking saliva concentrations of multiple microRNAs with concussion duration and symptoms in children. New York Governor Plans Consortium for Alzheimer's Disease Genetic Research The five-year initiative aims to collect and disseminate genomic data on 1 million people with Alzheimer's disease or who are at risk for the condition. Carcinoma of Unknown Primary Investigators Pursue Molecular Targets to Tailor Treatments Premium A Phase II trial is pursuing molecularly targeted treatments for CUP as a different Phase III trial failed to find benefit for expression-based primary site therapies. Parkinson's Disease Relationship to Oral Microbiome Being Explored for Diagnostic Potential Premium A SUNY Upstate team identified potential PD biomarkers in patients' oral microbiomes, which may lead to a saliva-based assay for early-stage disease. Q BioMed Using MicroRNA Biomarkers to Guide Therapy Development in Subset of Autism Patients Premium The firm is validating two biomarkers that it hopes will stratify patients for its investigational drug for pediatric minimally verbal autism. Dec 13, 2018 PsychENCODE Studies Explore Brain Development, Neuropsychiatric Regulatory Features Apr 10, 2018 Quadrant Biosciences Licenses SUNY, Penn State Epigenetic Biomarkers for Neuro Diseases Mar 30, 2015 Single-cell Genomics Studies Enable Detailed Look into Tumor, Immune Cells, ABRF Speakers Say Sep 9, 2014 IP Watch: Hologic, Fluidigm, Thermo Fisher, Affymetrix, SUNY Win US Patents Premium Aug 9, 2012 IP Watch: Bio-Rad, Akonni Biosystems, A*STAR, SUNY and More Win US Patents Premium Aug 17, 2010 IP Roundup: Aug 17, 2010 Premium Jun 9, 2010 Stanford to Genotype MD/PhD Students for Pilot Elective Genetics Course Premium Jul 8, 2009 SUNY, NYU, Galderma Sue Indian Generics Pharma Lupin for Allegedly Infringing Rosacea Rx IP Premium Apr 29, 2009 NYBA Panelists: Recession May Spur Life-Science Spinouts from NYC Research Institutions Premium Apr 29, 2009 Luminex Settles Dispute with SUNY, University of Illinois Apr 24, 2009 NY Officals Tout Upcoming Facilities as Key to Retaining Bioscience Business Premium Mar 25, 2009 SUNY, NYU, Galderma Sue Generics Firm Mylan for Allegedly Infringing Rosacea Rx IP Premium Mar 10, 2009 Phalanx Debuts Arrays for MicroRNA Profiling, Grows OneArray Partnership Program Premium Jan 28, 2009 February 2009: Running in Place to Stay Current Premium Nov 21, 2005 One New Life Science Computer Makes Top500 List; Clusters, BlueGene Continue to Advance Premium Breaking News Flatiron Health, Japanese Hospital Partner on Real-World GI Cancer Database Abbott Q4 Diagnostics Revenues Grow 3 Percent, Full-Year Revenues up 25 Percent Molecular Diagnostics Firm Mainz Biomed Prices $22.5M Follow-on Share Offering Dante Labs to Refund COVID-19 Test Customers Following UK Regulatory Investigation Lifespan Linked to Lower Protein Synthesis Gene Expression Pathogenic Variants in Disease-Causing Genes Have Low Penetrance on Average, Study Finds The Scan Time to Act A new report urges the UK to consider regulations to protect against the misuse of genomic technologies, according to the Guardian. Fulgent Seeking Defamation Suit Fulgent Genetics says it plans to sue Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva for defamation, the Los Angeles Times reports. Speeding Gene-Edited Crops Reuters reports that China's new trial rules will make it easier to grow gene-edited crops there. Nucleic Acids Research Papers on Viral Recombination, Pan-Cancer Mutations, SARS-CoV-2 Variability In Nucleic Acids Research this week: updated pipeline to detect viral recombination, mutational patterns in tumor samples, and more.