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Genomics|Update|Non Communicable Diseases ► Reviews, News and Commentaries

Genomics|Update|Non Communicable Diseases

Non Communicable Diseases wiith DNA

Volume 35  Number 1  July 2-9, 2015

Reviews, News and Commentaries

Computational biology: Moving into the future one click at a time.External Web Site Icon
Fogg CN, et al. PLoS Comput Biol. 2015 Jun 24;11(6):e1004323.
Transformation medicine genomically informed and personally precise,External Web Site Icon by Stephen C. Peiper and Erica S. Johnson, GEN, July 2
Should babies have their genomes sequenced?External Web Site Icon By Anna Nowogrodzki, MIT Technology Review, July 2
Should everyone be tested for high-risk cancer genes?External Web Site Icon by Marie Delaney, Genetic Literacy Project, July 2
Oncology dominates personalized medicine,External Web Site Icon Applied Clinical Trials, June 1 
Another 5 things to know about meta-analysis,External Web Site Icon by Hilda Bastian, PLoS Blogs, June 30
Genomics and the trouble with ‘N of 1’ trials,External Web Site Icon Genomics Education Programme, June 29
Scientific ethical divide between China and West,External Web Site Icon by Didi Kirsten Tatlow, The New York Times, June 29
The promise and peril of Crispr,External Web Site Icon by John Lauerman and Caroline Chen, Bloomberg, June 25
CRISPR: Science can't solve it,External Web Site Icon by Daniel Sarewitz, Nature News, June 23
Genomic hype translates, slowly, into hope,External Web Site Icon by Alex Philippidis, GEN, June 23

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