Washington University Pediatric Medulloblastoma Subgroups May Benefit from Lower-Dose Radiation Therapy The study found certain patients did not benefit from lower doses of radiation therapy, suggesting the need for molecular selection. Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Gut Microbiome Rise After Travel Abroad, Study Finds A study of 190 Dutch travelers uncovered a rise in antimicrobial resistance gene abundance and diversity in individuals returning from four international regions. Liquid Biopsy MRD Detection Eyed as Decision Tool for Oligometastatic Colorectal Cancer Patients Premium If the team is successful in expanding on the results that they reported last month, it could open a new application for the still nascent circulating tumor DNA technology. Finnish Cardiometabolic Study Uncovers Strong Effect of Structural Variants Along with SNP associations, Finnish genome sequences revealed structural variants with strong effects on cardiovascular or metabolic traits. Whole-Genome Sequencing Could Replace Cytogenetics in Assessing AML, Myelodysplastic Syndromes The researchers found that sequencing was accurate and could even detect chromosomal changes missed by cytogenetics at almost a similar price. Mar 3, 2021 Human Pangenome Reference Consortium Releases Data From 30 Genomes Feb 11, 2021 Glioblastoma Omics Study Highlights Informative Tumor Features, Immune Subtypes Nov 24, 2020 Clinicians Face New Intervention Questions as Clonal Hematopoiesis Mutation Data Evolves Premium Oct 27, 2020 WUSTL, PercayAI to Seek COVID-19 Treatments Via AI, Deep Learning Oct 23, 2020 NIH Awards Research Triangle Institute $5.7M to Help Raise Awareness for All of Us Program Aug 26, 2020 Fluidigm Saliva Test for SARS-CoV-2 Gets FDA Emergency Use Authorization May 27, 2020 WUSTL-led Team Compiles Human Structural Variant Resource Apr 30, 2020 Washington University, BostonGene Expand Kidney Cancer Research Collaboration Mar 25, 2020 Prostate Cancer Cases in China Show Recurrent Alterations Distinct From Western Cohorts Feb 14, 2020 Multi-Omic Endometrial Cancer Study Reveals Novel Pathways, Treatment Targets Dec 4, 2019 Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation Awards $5.5M in Grants for Diagnostic Development Nov 27, 2019 MRSA Study Details How Staph Is Transmitted Within Households Oct 28, 2019 PercayAI Emerges From Stealth Mode Backed by Years of Testing at WUSTL Premium Oct 21, 2019 Children's Hospital Network Wins $8.5M NIH Grant to Expand Data-Sharing Initiative Oct 17, 2019 Canopy Biosciences, PercayAI Partner on Omics-Based Drug Discovery Sep 24, 2019 NIH Awards $29.5M to Two Centers for New Human Genome Reference Program Sep 5, 2019 Ancient DNA Studies Untangle Genetic History of Indus River Valley Civilization Aug 23, 2019 Washington University-Led Team Wins Five-Year, $68M NIH Grant for Longevity Sequencing Study Jul 31, 2019 Finnish Exomes Yield New Trait, Disease Associations Involving Rare, Deleterious Variants Jul 1, 2019 MMRF to Bolster Recently Launched Clinical, Genomic Patient Data Registry With Immune Profiles Premium Load More Breaking News Enzo Biochem, CLX Health Partner to Support COVID-19 Testing for International Travel Type 1 Diabetes GWAS, Fine-Mapping Leads to New Genetic Loci, Potential Drug Targets LSU Health Sciences Center Wins $2.4M to Lead SARS-CoV-2 Variant Sequencing Program NanoString Technologies, Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy Partner on Cell Therapy Project BGI Americas Collaborating With Champions Oncology on Proteomic Cancer Research Personal Genome Diagnostics Inks Cancer Genomic Profiling Deal with Duke University Health System The Scan Missed Early Cases A retrospective analysis of blood samples suggests early SARS-CoV-2 infections may have been missed in the US, the New York Times reports. Limited Journal Editor Diversity A survey finds low diversity among scientific and medical journal editors, according to The Scientist. How Much of a Threat? Science writes that need for a provision aimed at shoring up genomic data security within a new US bill is being questioned. PNAS Papers on Historic Helicobacter Spread, Brain Development, C. difficile RNAs In PNAS this week: Helicobacter genetic diversity gives insight into human migrations, gene expression patterns of brain development, and more.