Genomic Blueprint for Cancer
By comparing the genome sequence of healthy and cancerous cells in 38 people diagnosed with multiple myeloma, an aggressive blood cancer, scientists have created a molecular map of what goes awry in this disease.
Sequencing a Mouse Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia Genome Reveals Genetic Events Relevant for Disease Progression
Deep Sequencing of the
Transcriptome Revealed Candidate Genes for Major Metabolic Pathways of Tea-Specific Compounds
Assessing Matched Normal and Tumour Pairs in Next-Generation Sequencing Studies
Fast Identification and Removal of Sequence Contamination From Genomic and Metagenomic Datasets
New Gene Regions Identified That Predispose People to Heart Attacks:
Some Hint at Previously Unknown Mechanisms That Increase Risk
A Genetic Test for Organ Rejection
Gene Study Challenges Human Origins in Eastern Africa
Twins Not Genetically Identical
How Big is the Human Genome?
What Will be the Last Sanger Genome?
Improving Detection of Genome Structural Variation
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