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Integration of multi-omics data and deep phenotyping enables prediction of cytokine responses

Altmetric: 66<p>More detail<p>Article<p>Olivier B. Bakker,<br>• Raul Aguirre-Gamboa,<br>• Serena Sanna,<br>• Marije Oosting,<br>• Sanne P. Smeekens,<br>• Martin Jaeger,<br>• Maria Zorro,<br>• Urmo …

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Estonia offering 100,000 residents free genetic testing

In an effort to develop personalized medicine in its national healthcare, Estonia has launched a program to recruit and genotype 100,000 new biobank …

Need to make a molecule? Ask this AI for instructions

NEWS<p>Artificial-intelligence tool that has digested nearly every reaction ever performed could transform chemistry.<p>Holly Else<p>Search for this author in:<p>…

A transatlantic perspective on 20 emerging issues in biological engineering

Advances in biological engineering are likely to have substantial impacts on global society. To explore these potential impacts we ran a horizon …

This new company wants to sequence your genome and let you share it on a blockchain - MIT Technology Review

Cryptocurrency in exchange for your genetic data! Sounds a bit like a scam, but it’s the premise behind a new company founded by a leading …

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Robots and researchers are teaming up to design better drugs

<b>AI will make drug discovery more intentional, less about luck</b><p>Human biology is “too huge and complex” for the mind to understand fully, he says. In …

Enhanced understanding of the microbiome is helping medicine

WHEN, at the turn of the century, the first human genomes were sequenced, many biologists felt they had had delivered into their hands the keys to …

Microbiology

6 Amazing Things to Watch in Synthetic Biology – NEO.LIFE – Medium

Teleported molecules, custom genomes, and other innovations that will deliver on the technology’s biggest promises.<p>Synthetic biology — making things …

E.coli

The future of DNA sequencing

Eric D. Green, Edward M. Rubin and Maynard V. Olson speculate on the next forty years of the applications, from policing to data storage.<p>Subject …

Your Guide to Getting Sequenced

A handy chart for sorting out many of the options in DNA analysis.<p>It’s now possible to get your entire genome sequenced for about $1,000, which is …

Genetics

Trends Shaping The Genomics Revolution

In 2003, the Human Genome Project was completed after fully sequencing and mapping the genetic code of a human being. While that project cost $3B, …

You're getting a DNA test — start-up Clear Genetics is building chatbots to help you understand the results

Thousands of people are getting genetic tests, for everything from their cancer risk to their likelihood of passing on a disease to a child.<p>But many …

Genetics

A simple guide to CRISPR, one of the biggest science stories of the decade

One of the biggest and most important science stories of the <i>last</i> few years will probably also be one of the biggest science stories of the <i>next</i> few years. So this is as good a time as any to get acquainted with the powerful new gene-editing technology known as CRISPR.<p>If you haven’t heard of CRISPR …

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A DNA App Store Is Here, but Proceed with Caution - MIT Technology Review

A Silicon Valley startup called Helix is betting on the notion that not only do people want to learn more about their DNA, but they'll also pay to …

The uncertain future of genetic testing

"Every time our cells divide and copy their DNA, mutations can arise."<p>Bringing genetics into medicine will lead to more accuracy, better diagnosis, …

Accelerating Precision Medicine: Potential and Key Barriers Related to Policy & Technology

The fully realized vision of precision medicine includes the capability to rapidly diagnose, sequence and develop a personalized treatment plan based …

Pilot Programs Seek to Integrate Genomic Data Into Practice

This Medical News article discusses recent programs and initiatives aimed at better integrating genomic data into clinical practice.

Genomics literacy critical to San Diego and nation

The word “genome” is nearing its 100th birthday. A combination of the German word for gene (gene) and the Greek suffix for body (ome), it was first …