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CONSUMER GENOMICS WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE, WHETHER YOU GET TESTED OR NOT

With more than 10 million genotyped customers, the consumer genomics industry is maturing and becoming a mainstream phenomenon. At...

GENOME‐WIDE ASSOCIATION ANALYSES OF PLANT GROWTH TRAITS DURING THE STEM ELONGATION PHASE IN WHEAT

Plant Biotechnology Journal, EarlyView.

 
 
 

CORYMBIA GENOME EXPANDS TERPENE SYNTHESIS KNOWLEDGE

Genome annotations of two C. citriodora subspecies broaden understanding of the terpene synthase gene family across eucalypt lineages.

ENCODING DATA USING BIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES: THE MULTISAMPLE VARIANT FORMAT FOR PHYLOGENOMICS AND POPULATION GENOMICS

Rapid progress in the fields of phylogenomics and population genomics has driven increases in both the size of multi-genomic datasets...

 
 
 

GENOME‐WIDE ASSOCIATION STUDY TO IDENTIFY GENOMIC REGIONS AFFECTING PROLIFICACY IN LORI‐BAKHTIARI SHEEP

Animal Genetics, EarlyView.

Is CRISPR Gene Editing Doomed, Even As Gene Therapy Enters the Clinic?

IS CRISPR GENE EDITING DOOMED, EVEN AS GENE THERAPY ENTERS THE CLINIC?

Anyone watching the recent 60 Minutes segment on CRISPR would conclude that the gene editing technology is on the brink of pouring...

 
 
 
PacBio Sequencing Reveals Food Processing & Pathogenic Strains of Yeast are the Same Species

PACBIO SEQUENCING REVEALS FOOD PROCESSING & PATHOGENIC STRAINS OF YEAST ARE THE SAME SPECIES

Candida krusei, a form of yeast that is known to be drug-resistant and able to cause opportunistic infections in humans What's in a...

SEQUENCED FOX GENOME HINTS AT GENETIC BASIS OF BEHAVIOR

For nearly 60 years, the red fox has been teaching scientists about animal behavior. In a long-term experiment, foxes at the Russian...

 
 
 

HTLV-1: A REAL PATHOGEN OR A RUNAWAY GUEST OF A DISEASED CELL?

Abstract The human T-cell lymphotropic virus type 1 is a deltaretrovirus claimed to be aetiologically linked to the adult T-cell leukaemia/lymphoma...

Panel: Addressing Public Perceptions of Modern Agriculture

PANEL: ADDRESSING PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS OF MODERN AGRICULTURE

Monday, August 6, 2018 2:00 - 5:00 pm Genome Center Auditorium, GBSF 1005

 
 
 
BIO Latin America: Agricultural Biotechnology in Brazil

BIO LATIN AMERICA: AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY IN BRAZIL

The food and agriculture industry is on the verge of unleashing the potential that the convergence of biotechnology and data science...

Something to Crow About: SMRT Sequencing Aids Conservation of Rare Hawaiian Bird

SOMETHING TO CROW ABOUT: SMRT SEQUENCING AIDS CONSERVATION OF RARE HAWAIIAN BIRD

Brought to the brink of extinction, the future of Hawaii's only lineage of the crow family is looking up thanks to intensive conservation...

 
 
 

A CRISPR‐CPF1‐ASSISTED NON‐HOMOLOGOUS END JOINING GENOME EDITING SYSTEM OF MYCOBACTERIUM SMEGMATIS

Biotechnology Journal, Volume 0, Issue ja , -Not available-.

SEQUENCING A MALARIA MOSQUITO'S MOTHERLINE

A team led by scientists from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has sequenced and annotated the first complete mitochondrial...

 
 
 

THE GENOMIC IMPACT OF HISTORICAL HYBRIDIZATION WITH MASSIVE MITOCHONDRIAL DNA INTROGRESSION

The extent to which selection determines interspecific patterns of genetic exchange enlightens the role of adaptation in evolution...

CHROMATIN LOOP ANCHORS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH GENOME INSTABILITY IN CANCER AND RECOMBINATION HOTSPOTS IN THE GERMLINE

Chromatin loops form a basic unit of interphase nuclear organization, with chromatin loop anchor points providing contacts between...

 
 
 

DNA TOPOISOMERASE I DIFFERENTIALLY MODULATES R-LOOPS ACROSS THE HUMAN GENOME

Co-transcriptional R-loops are abundant non-B DNA structures in mammalian genomes. DNA Topoisomerase I is often thought to regulate...

 
 
 
Diversity of Unexpected CRISPR Edits Revealed by SMRT Sequencing

DIVERSITY OF UNEXPECTED CRISPR EDITS REVEALED BY SMRT SEQUENCING

Image by Ernesto del Aguila III, National Human Genome Research Institute, NIH A new Nature Biotechnology publication is sending reverberations...

MYSTERIES OF OKINAWAN HABU SNAKE VENOM DECODED

Scientists have helped sequence the entire genome of the Okinawan habu.