NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Using a newly developed single-cell sequencing approach, the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center's Nicholas Navin and colleagues found that mutations crop up in different types of tumor cells at different rates.
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Nick Stockton at Wired says that a pause in studying genome-editing tools should be used to find a path forward.
In PNAS this week: genomic study of group B Streptococcus evolution, selection on the X chromosome in great apes, and more.
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Broken links are found throughout academic publications, and some services are trying to combat such link decay.