A team of six scientists has been formed to investigate the use of proteomic methods to evaluate stem cells in drug-development efforts as part of an initiative sponsored by the Human Proteome Organization and the International Society for Stem Cell Research.
 
The initiative, called the Proteome Biology of Stem Cells, is expected to last a decade. The task of the group will be to develop standards that can be applied to stem cells for use in drug development.
 

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Sequencing could help combat foodborne illnesses, according to a blog post by Food and Drug Administration officials.

Popular Mechanics reports that Caltech researchers have built a prototype nanobot using DNA.

The Sacramento Bee writes that direct-to-consumer genetic testing connected a woman to sperm donor-conceived half siblings.

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