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Personalized Cancer Treatment and Patient Stratification Using NGS and Other ... - Genetic Engineering News (press release)

Personalized Cancer Treatment and Patient Stratification Using NGS and Other ... - Genetic Engineering News (press release) | Bioinformatics, biology, genetics and health | Scoop.it
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Health Information Science and Systems | Full text | How bioinformatics influences health informatics: usage of biomolecular sequences, expression profiles and automated microscopic image analyses ...

The currently hyped expectation of personalized medicine is often associated with just achieving the information technology led integration of biomolecular sequencing, expression and histopathological bioimaging data with clinical records at the...
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Simple and inexpensive method to cut DNA could transform genetic medicine

Simple and inexpensive method to cut DNA could transform genetic medicine | Bioinformatics, biology, genetics and health | Scoop.it
A simple, precise and inexpensive method for cutting DNA to insert genes into human cells could transform genetic medicine, making routine what now are expensive, complicated and rare procedures for replacing defective genes in order to fix genetic...
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Protein structure using viruses and ice

Protein structure using viruses and ice | Bioinformatics, biology, genetics and health | Scoop.it
Protein production: Going viral [Via Eureka! Science News - Popular science news] A research team of scientists from EMBL Grenoble and the IGBMC in Strasbourg, France, have, for the first time, des...

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Why We Have a Right to Consumer Genetics | MIT Technology Review

Why We Have a Right to Consumer Genetics | MIT Technology Review | Bioinformatics, biology, genetics and health | Scoop.it
It’s hard to get straightforward health guidance from personal genome tests, which are banned in some places. But one way to make them more meaningful is to let more people buy them.
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Getting Genetics Done: Differential Isoform Expression With RNA-Seq: Are We Really There Yet?

Getting Genetics Done: Differential Isoform Expression With RNA-Seq: Are We Really There Yet? | Bioinformatics, biology, genetics and health | Scoop.it
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Enabling bioinformatics tools to smoke the peace pipe together

Enabling bioinformatics tools to smoke the peace pipe together | Bioinformatics, biology, genetics and health | Scoop.it
Scientific workflow software such as Taverna, Knime and Pipeline Pilot can overcome interoperability issues relating to the access of tools and data format conversions.
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The Wonderful Wizard of AZT: Predicting the Clinical Success of New Drugs - Bio-IT World

The Wonderful Wizard of AZT: Predicting the Clinical Success of New Drugs - Bio-IT World | Bioinformatics, biology, genetics and health | Scoop.it
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Mutation that causes sickle cell anemia may offer new way to treat drug-resistant cancers

The genetic mutation that causes sickle cell anemia also turns red blood cells into potent tumor killers and may offer a new way to treat cancers that are resistant to existing treatments, according to research published January 9, 2013 in the open...
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Solving genome puzzles without a picture

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New genomics technique could help sequencing less-known species


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Knowing You Carry a Cancer Gene

Knowing You Carry a Cancer Gene | Bioinformatics, biology, genetics and health | Scoop.it
If you carry a gene mutation that greatly increases your risk of cancer, when does knowing about it become too much to handle?
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The Future of Medicine Is Now

The Future of Medicine Is Now | Bioinformatics, biology, genetics and health | Scoop.it
From cancer treatments to new devices to gene therapy, a look at six medical innovations that are poised to transform the way we fight disease.
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Google Scholar Metrics: Top publications - Bioinformatics & Computational Biology


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handy way to find top papers from variety of journals
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New paper in GigaScience: sequencing and the single-cell

New paper in GigaScience: sequencing and the single-cell | Bioinformatics, biology, genetics and health | Scoop.it
The precipitous drop in the price of next generation sequencing coupled with its increasing sensitivity has opened up whole new areas of research, one of the most interesting in recent years being the advent of single-cell sequencing.
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Illumina, Life Technologies Forge Rival Partnerships to Implement Clinical Genomics Networks - Bio-IT World

Illumina, Life Technologies Forge Rival Partnerships to Implement Clinical Genomics Networks - Bio-IT World | Bioinformatics, biology, genetics and health | Scoop.it
The two giants of next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology, Illumina and Life Technologies, have announced rival initiatives with leading medical institutions in Boston to further the development and integration of their sequencing technology...
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