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    Researchers at the annual Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities meeting said they are joining single-cell sequencing to other single-cell analyses.

    Methuselah Health Using Protein PTM Analysis to Tackle Age-Related Diseases

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    Article: In-Depth—in Proteomics & Protein Research

    The UK startup believes protein PTMs can provide insights into protein damage that can be used to address common late-onset conditions like atherosclerosis.

    Genome Canada and its partners recently funded two new initiatives with C$255 that will back precision medicine, genomics, and technology development.

    The company is offering introductory pricing on Helix services for heart health and weight loss, and has shifted its flagship program from a yearly subscription to a monthly option.

    Michigan Team Develops Open Searching Proteomics Software

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    Named MSFragger, the software allows researchers to more rapidly perform searches for unknown and unexpected protein post-translational modifications and variants.

    Researchers also uncovered key pathways and alterations linked to differences in survival.

    Nestlé Builds Automated Mass Spec Workflow for High-Throughput Discovery Proteomics

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    The platform, which consists of an almost fully automated sample preparation system, can run on the order of 1,000 isobarically labeled samples in 15 weeks.

    Vermillion Developing Two New LDTs with Aim of Early Ovarian Cancer Detection

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    Article: In-Depth—in Molecular Diagnostics

    The tests combine the company's second-generation proteomic ovarian cancer test OVA2 with patient ultrasound results and symptom data.

    Myriad Confronts Physician Questions on Cost, Utility as It Refocuses Vectra DA Sales Effort

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    Article: In-Depth—in Proteomics & Protein Research

    As it tries to kick-start stalled revenue growth, the company must work to convince doctors the test offers benefits beyond standard of care.

    Analysis of TCGA Samples Finds Molecular Data Adds Little Predictive Power to Clinical Models

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    NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers with the National Cancer Institute's Cancer Genome Atlas project this week published an analysis of the clinical utility of molecular data – including proteomic data – collected through the initiative.

    There is growing interest among forensics researchers in expanding the use of molecular technologies, such as arrays and next-generation sequencing, to advance the field. But there are challenges, as forensics, particularly in its application to criminal cases, has been slow to adopt new technologies.

    MIT, Tufts Researchers Develop Compression Techniques for Faster Protein Search

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    Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tufts University, and Harvard Medical School have developed a method of compressing protein data that they claim speeds up tasks such as protein structure prediction and orthology mapping while providing results as accur

    Ridge Diagnostics Announces Launch of Proteomic Test for Major Depressive Disorder

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    Ridge Diagnostics this week announced the launch of its MDDScore product, a proteomic test for aiding diagnosis of major depressive disorder.

    GWAS Unearths Variants Linked to Blood Peptide Abundance

    Article: Breaking News—in Proteomics & Protein Research

    NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A genome-wide association study appearing online yesterday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has started to catalog genetic variants that influence

    With $10M in Funding and New Distribution Pact, Aviir Rolls out Protein Test for Cardiac Risk

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    Bolstered by a recent $10 million financing round and a 19-country distribution pact, Irvine, Calif.-based biotech firm Aviir is pushing its MIRISK VP protein biomarker test into the increasingly crowded cardiac risk assessment market.

    A Quest For Clarity

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    Article: In-Depth—in Diagnostics

    It's no crystal ball, but whole-genome sequencing has shown to be clinically useful, particularly for patients with genetic diseases. Still, scientists working toward targeted clinical interpretation of human genomes face several challenges, not the least of which is a lack of community standards.

    A research team based in Germany has developed a computational platform that addresses a need to integra

    Q&A: Manor Askenazi on New Tools for Improving Access to Proteomics Data

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    Article: In-Depth—in Proteomics & Protein Research

    Name: Manor Askenazi
    Position: Founder, the Ionomix Initiative
    Background: Project leader in Mass/Bioinformatics, Thermo Electron; lead bioinformatics engineer, Blais Proteomics Center, Dana Farber Cancer Institute

    The Cancer Fight

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    Drawing on a variety of 'omics tools — from sequencing to synthetic biology to bioinformatics and more — researchers are taking the cancer fight head on.

    Utrecht University Team Publishes Method for 'Database-Free' Proteomics

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    By Adam Bonislawski
    Utrecht University researchers have devised a new method for database-independent proteomics.

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Lawmakers have asked four direct-to-consumer genetic testing companies to explain their privacy policies and security measures, according to Stat News.

The Trump Administration has proposed a plan to reorganize the federal government, the Washington Post reports.

In Science this week: genetic overlap among many psychiatric disorders, and more.

The Economist writes that an increasing number of scientific journals don't do peer review.