UNC Bladder Cancer Genomic Landscape Study Aims to Engender New Biomarker-Guided Therapies Premium The Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network organized the UC-GENOME study and is now offering more grant funding to support clinical trials in bladder cancer. Naveris Explores New Applications for ctDNA HPV Head and Neck Cancer Test Premium The company plans to publish new data on clinical sensitivity and specificity and has initiated multiple studies investigating new use cases. FDA Grants EUAs to Coronavirus Tests From Orig3n, SDI, UNC The FDA has also granted emergency use authorization for PCR-based tests for SARS-CoV-2 developed by Orig3n, Specialty Diagnostic Laboratories (SDI), and the University of North Carolina (UNC) Medical Center. HPV Head and Neck Cancer Recurrence Test Data Adds Validation as Naveris Ramps Clinical Launch Premium The company began offering testing to clinicians in the first quarter of this year and expects volume to grow significantly over the next several months. Interpace Biosciences, University of North Carolina Launch Barrett's Esophagus Study As part of the collaboration, UNC will use the firm's BarreGen assay to target molecular changes to predict resistance or relapse following ablation. Oct 25, 2018 Liquid Biopsy of HPV DNA Shows Promise for Monitoring Remission in Oral Cancer Premium Dec 16, 2016 Strata Oncology Launches Study to Match Cancer Patients With Clinical Trials Aug 11, 2016 Genetic Tests Reveal Role for Preventive Care, but Insurance Doesn't Always Cover May 1, 2015 New Sequencing Assay Maps Genome-Wide DNA Repair After UV Damage Jan 22, 2015 GeneCentric Employing Unique Model to Bridge MDx Research, Commercialization Premium Apr 9, 2014 UNC Reports Data from First Year of Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing Using Verinata and Sequenom Tests Premium Oct 9, 2013 UNC Planning Randomized Study of Whole-Exome Sequencing in 400 Newborns under New NHGRI Grant Premium Jun 11, 2013 NIH, Sage, and Partners Launch Toxicogenomics Competition Apr 10, 2013 At AACR, Early Providers of NGS-based Cancer Panels Debate 'Actionable' Mutations, Regulatory Issues Premium Oct 3, 2012 UNC Group Refines Framework for Returning Incidental Results from Genome Sequencing Premium Apr 4, 2012 PGx Highlights from American College of Cardiology Annual Meeting Premium Mar 13, 2012 UNC, Kerr Drug to Study PGx Program for Plavix Jan 25, 2012 UNC Team to Use NHGRI Grant for Study of Exome Sequencing in Clinical Care Premium Dec 9, 2011 New NHGRI Projects Seek to Further Sequencing-based Medicine Nov 29, 2011 IP Update: Affymetrix; GE; University of North Carolina; Siemens; Sanofi; and More Premium Jun 23, 2011 Rheonix, Mayo Clinic Ink Pact to Evaluate Warfarin-Sensitivity Test Premium Jun 8, 2011 Q&A: Jonathan Berg on 'Binning' Variants found During Clinical Whole-Genome Sequencing Premium Dec 21, 2010 IP Roundup: Dec 21, 2010 Premium Oct 12, 2010 Mouse Study Suggests Host Genetics Influence Core Gut Microbiome Sep 2, 2010 Q&A: UNCs Webster-Cyriaque Discusses qPCR Assay for Common HPV Types in Genital, Oral Tissue Premium Load More Breaking News Long COVID Clues Found in Acute SARS-CoV-2 Infection Blood Samples People in the News at Roche, Mammoth Biosciences, NeoGenomics, Molecular Assemblies, More New Products Posted to GenomeWeb: Thermo Fisher, Element Biosciences, Dante Genomics, More Tesis Biosciences to Develop miRNA Biomarkers for mTBI Diagnosis In Brief This Week: Danaher, Lucira Health, Novacyt, Molecular Devices The Scan Cell Atlas of Human Lung Development Gives View of Developing Airway Researchers have generated a cell atlas of human lung development, which they report in Cell. Study Finds Costs of Genome Sequencing May Limit Utility in Routine Care Researchers report in the European Journal of Human Genetics that genome sequencing for rare disease diagnoses currently has similar benefits as less expensive exome analysis. Study Suggests Nursing Mother's Diet Can Impact Offspring's Gut Microbiome A new Cell Host and Microbe paper finds that mice whose mothers were fed a low-fiber diet during nursing experience lasting microbiota dysbiosis and increased obesity. Study Links Genetic Risk for ADHD With Alzheimer's Disease A higher polygenic risk score for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is also linked to cognitive decline and Alzheimer's disease, a new study in Molecular Psychiatry finds.