Decoding Tumor Genomes Reveals Clues to Spread of Deadly Breast Cancer That Affects Younger Women and African-Americans
By using powerful DNA sequencing technology to decode the genomes of cancer patients, scientists are getting an unprecedented look at the genetic basis of a highly lethal form of breast cancer that affects younger women and African-Americans.
Detection and characterization of novel sequence insertions using paired-end next-generation sequencing
Massively parallel signature sequencing and bioinformatics analysis identifies up-regulation of TGFBI and SOX4 in human glioblastoma
Characterization of quasispecies of pandemic 2009 Influenza A virus (A/H1N1/2009) by
sequencing using a next-generation DNA sequencer
The 'Next' generation becomes the 'Now' generation
Transcriptome response to pollutants and insecticides in the dengue vector
using next-generation sequencing technology
Ancient DNA suggests new hominid line
Next-generation sequencing technology applied to commercial cattle in Canada
New methods identify thousands of new DNA sequences missing from the human genome reference map
Assessing the first 10 years of the human genome era
Recreational genome sequencing for the whole family
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