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In PNAS this week: optical mapping allows glimpse of structural variants, disease-linked GATA2 mutations boosts its protein activity, and more.

At ASM Microbe, the University of Wisconsin's Caitlin Pepperell described her work putting Mycobacterium tuberculosis genomics into a historical context.

The HPOs will receive $13.8 million to enroll people interested in the All of Us program, gather participant health information, and help retain participants.

The authors framed their report as a guidebook to help regulatory agencies across the globe coordinate "consistent" rules while allowing for societal differences.

University of Wisconsin researchers uncover a mutation linked to Mauriac syndrome, which affects some children with type 1 diabetes.

Universities and research institutes are making CRISPR/Cas9 more accessible than ever through new and existing core facilities.

The test is based on the company's TruGraf technology, which analyzes gene expression profiles to detect molecular signatures of acute transplant rejection.

Researchers from the school have provided a nearly complete genome for Saccharomyces eubayanus, a contributor to the lager yeast genome.

SAN DIEGO (GenomeWeb) – Epigenetic regulation of genes is involved in processes and conditions as disparate as memory formation and anxious temperament, according to researchers presenting at the American Society of Human Genetics annual meeting.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Although fish like electric eels and electric rays are separated by millions of years of evolution, a comparative analysis of their genomes and the genomes of other electric fish indicates they've

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NPR reports that with medical data being big business, some companies want to get patients involved.

The Asbury Park Press reports on the startup Genomic Prediction's test to determine an embryo's risk of disease.

In PNAS this week: optical mapping allows glimpse of structural variants, disease-linked GATA2 mutations boosts its protein activity, and more.

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has released the results of a genetic ancestry analysis, the Boston Globe reports.