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Researchers from Thomas Jefferson University describe differential expression patterns for human microRNA isoforms that may help distinguish cancer types. The team tallied the presence or absence of so-called isoforms of human miRNA (isomiR) levels in nearly 10,300 tumors samples from the Cancer Genome Atlas Project, coming up with a cancer type classifier based on the almost 7,500 isomiRs identified.

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Nobel laureates and scientific societies urge NIH and the Department of Health and Human Services to revisit the recent decision to end funding for a coronavirus grant.

Bloomberg reports that BGI's SARS-CoV-2 testing sites in the Middle East have raised concerns among US officials.

A new Pew Research Center poll finds confidence in medical researchers has grown among US adults since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

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