Canada's Centre of Excellence for the Prevention of Organ Failure – also called the PROOF Centre – has partnered with Origene Technologies on blood-based protein assays for monitoring heart and kidney transplantation.

The agreement covers a multi-year project that aims to provide monitoring and predictive blood tests for heart and kidney transplant patients. Origene will use its experience in monoclonal antibody production and Luminex multiplex assay development to build and implement diagnostic assays for transplant care, the company said in a statement.

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Vivek Murthy is no longer the surgeon general of the US, the Associated Press reports.

People around the globe took to the streets to support science — some with signs.

Parents who learn of their increased genetic risk of disease also contend with telling their children about theirs, the New York Times writes.

In PLOS this week: loci linked to body mass index measurements, long non-coding RNA expression and urothelial carcinoma prognosis, and more.