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Atrin will use Predictive's GenDB databases and women's health biobank to study germline mutations in DNA damage and response inhibitor pathways. 

The Medical Genome Reference Bank, which currently holds data for more than 2,500 healthy elderly Australians, could help scientists understand the genetics of healthy aging.

With the participation of five cancer centers and clinics, Taproot is hoping to build a national, prospective data registry that is much needed but has been difficult to advance to date.

In seven years, the public variant classification database has steadily become a resource that labs are submitting to and that genetics experts are consulting.

As 2020 dawns, forensic genomics is poised for growth as companies aim to harness the power of consumer databases coupled with advances in sequencing.

Using the free service, called Fingenious, researchers will be able to access genomic data generated by the country's FinnGen project, which aims to genotype 500,000 Finns by 2023.

The clinical decision support content developer is integrating genetic testing information into its knowledgebase to assist physicians at the point of care.

The five-year funding commitment represents a 5 percent increase over the previous grant period for the rapidly growing archive of 3D protein structures.

The EU will fund the effort through 2026, but the Cypriot government will contribute an additional €15 million over the next 15 years.

Users can apply both companies' tools to view genomic evidence linked to disease mutations, reducing the time needed to examine a variant's pathogenicity.

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A new study finds that three dimensional facial scans may be able to aid in diagnosing rare genetic diseases.

The Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine have retracted two COVID-19 papers due to concerns about the data used in their analyses.

Lawmakers plan to introduce a bill that aims to prevent the theft of US-funded research, according to the Wall Street Journal.

In Science this week: analysis of ancient Caribbean islanders' genomes suggests at least three waves of migration into the region,  DNA barcoding of microbial spores, and more.