lunes, 27 de julio de 2015

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

Genomics|Update|Non Communicable Diseases

Non Communicable Diseases wiith DNA

Volume 35  Number 4  July 23-30, 2015

Reviews, News and Commentaries

Genetics study points toward eyedrop treatment for cataracts,External Web Site Icon by Eryn Brown, Los Angeles Times, Jul 22
US tailored-medicine project aims for ethnic balance,External Web Site Icon by Sara Reardon, Nature News, Jul 21
Big tech has your email and photos. Now it’s on a quest to own your DNA,External Web Site Icon by Daniela Hernandez, The Huffington Post, Jul 20
From lab bench to hospital bedside, faster,External Web Site Icon by Bradley J. Fikes, The San Diego Union Tribune, Jul 19
No good deed goes unpunished,External Web Site Icon The Economist, Jul 18
Stem cell hope for mitochondrial disease sufferers,External Web Site Icon by Rebecca Burbidge, PHG Foundation, Jul 17
Variation in the prevalence of familial hypercholesterolemia around the world,External Web Site Icon by Lena Mathews, American College of Cardiology, Jul 17
The UK’s plan to sequence 100,000 human genomes,External Web Site Icon by Victoria Turk, Motherboard, Jul 17
How to succeed at clinical genome sequencing,External Web Site Icon by Dan Koboldt, Mass Genomics, Jul 16
What comes next for direct-to-consumer genetics?External Web Site Icon By Aaron Krol, Bio IT World, Jul 16
Why you should share your genetic profile,External Web Site Icon by David Haussler, San Francisco Chronicle, Jul 16

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