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By Knome
Today GENALICE and Knome, Inc. USA jointly announced that the Swiss Foundation for People with Rare Diseases has chosen to use their solutions in tandem to improve the Foundation’s processing and analysis of their Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) data.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
for Contributions to Efficient Vector Integration in Human Gene Therapy

By Golden Helix, Inc.
Today Golden Helix, Inc. announced their first ever t-shirt design contest.

By The Genome Registry
Assign The Nickname Of Your Choice To A Gene Or Chromosome Of Any Currently Mapped Genome With Over 150 Species To Choose From.

By The Genome Registry
Getting into Genes and Chromosomes To Honor Someone in a Fun Way

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers announced the publication of the World Stem Cell Report 2013, a special supplement to the peer-reviewed journal Stem Cells and Development.

By Kanteron Systems
Kanteron Systems will launch the world's first Translational Medical Imaging System at RSNA annual meeting. TMIS is a fully integrated solution for radiology, genetic and pathology workflows that could change the way medicine is practiced.

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Latest Advances in Molecular Pathology will be held in San Francisco, CA as part of Molecular Med Tri-Conference 2014.

By Letterstodoctors.com
Letters to doctors: the brca and hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome edition hit #1 on amazon genetic health list

By Proove Biosciences
Proove promotes three key managers in research, account management, and operations

By Proove Biosciences
Six New Doctors Begin Administering Proove Genetic Tests Throughout Ohio

By Proove Biosciences
Proove CEO Delivers a Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program on the Importance of Pharmacogenetics in Pain Medicine and Speaks on a Panel About Medical Management Led by American Academy of Pain Medicine President Dr. Lynn Webster

By CRC Press
Using real data sets throughout, Survival Analysis in Medicine and Genetics introduces the latest methods for analyzing high-dimensional survival data.

By Proove Biosciences
Five new doctors and leading pain management clinics in Washington State will begin utilizing Proove Biosciences’ Genetic Testing

By Woodsong Publishing
Woodsong Publishing announces the release its latest title: Cross Switch by Larry Arrowood.

By Proove Biosciences
Proove Biosciences’ Vice President of Research and Development, Ben Arthur, Exhibited Proove’s Capacity to Commercialize Genetic Technology in Optimizing Pain Treatments

By Genection
SAN DIEGO, C.A., June 4, 2013—Genection, Inc., the single source solution for genetic testing and counseling, presented the Gift of Genection at the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) in New Orleans.

By Arrowhead Publishers
Matthew Zubiller, Decision Management Executive at Mckesson will discuss Understanding the Value of Advanced Diagnostics: Aligning Labs, Clinicians and Payers to Make Better Decisions at the 5th Annual Personalized Medicine Conference

By Zymo Research
Zymo Research offers genome-wide Next-Gen sequencing services for genetic, epigenetic, and expression analysis

By Advertising & Marketing Ltd.
Clarity forecyte breast health test that increases early detection of precancerous breast conditions to be introduced at pri-med south annual conference

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By Genius Games
Science focused game company premieres their second crowd-funding campaign.

By Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
Studies of plant leaf shape found to be relevant to musical instruments

By Golden Helix, Inc.
Today, Golden Helix, Inc. announced a collaboration with Dr. Jeffrey Moore, newly named Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

By Knome
Today GENALICE and Knome, Inc. USA jointly announced that the Swiss Foundation for People with Rare Diseases has chosen to use their solutions in tandem to improve the Foundation’s processing and analysis of their Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) data.

By Primerdesign Ltd
Every year Primerdesign sponsors a number of postgraduate students across the UK. The sponsorship helps with their research by actively promoting good science and providing some free training and high quality real-time PCR kits and reagents.

By Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions
Due to high consanguinity rates in UAE, women should be offered prenatal assessment for aneuploidy regardless of maternal age

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
for Contributions to Efficient Vector Integration in Human Gene Therapy

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Discussions will be focused on the discovery, detection and treatment of genetic diseases with next generation sequencing

By Golden Helix, Inc.
Today Golden Helix, Inc. announced their first ever t-shirt design contest.

By The Genome Registry
Assign The Nickname Of Your Choice To A Gene Or Chromosome Of Any Currently Mapped Genome With Over 150 Species To Choose From.

By The Genome Registry
Getting into Genes and Chromosomes To Honor Someone in a Fun Way

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers announced the publication of the World Stem Cell Report 2013, a special supplement to the peer-reviewed journal Stem Cells and Development.

By Kanteron Systems
Kanteron Systems will launch the world's first Translational Medical Imaging System at RSNA annual meeting. TMIS is a fully integrated solution for radiology, genetic and pathology workflows that could change the way medicine is practiced.

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Latest Advances in Molecular Pathology will be held in San Francisco, CA as part of Molecular Med Tri-Conference 2014.

By Letterstodoctors.com
Letters to doctors: the brca and hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome edition hit #1 on amazon genetic health list

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Subtle variations in genes that regulate a person’s inflammatory response to injury can impact clinical outcomes in TBI, according to a new study published in Journal of Neurotrauma.

By The Genome Registry
Why let the scientists who discover genes have all the fun naming them?

By The Genome Registry
What happens when a Businessman and Professor Join Together to Educate Others about Genomics

By PretaWeb Pty Ltd
Genetics is a complex and frequently controversial area. Professionals working in the field have to walk a path that has to consider new issues as they relate to ethics, genetic discrimination, informed consent and intellectual property amongst others.

By The PKD Foundation of Canada
The incidence of brain aneurysms among Polycystic Kidney Disease patients is higher than the general population. According to a young neurosurgery professor, Dr. Ivan Radovanovic, understanding the genetics may improve stroke prevention for everyone.

By Proove Biosciences
Proove promotes three key managers in research, account management, and operations

By Proove Biosciences
Six New Doctors Begin Administering Proove Genetic Tests Throughout Ohio

By Proove Biosciences
Proove CEO Delivers a Continuing Medical Education (CME) Program on the Importance of Pharmacogenetics in Pain Medicine and Speaks on a Panel About Medical Management Led by American Academy of Pain Medicine President Dr. Lynn Webster

By Cyprus School of Molecular Medicine
Opportunities for Biomedical Sciences students seeking courses in Molecular Medicine and Medical Genetics

By CRC Press
Using real data sets throughout, Survival Analysis in Medicine and Genetics introduces the latest methods for analyzing high-dimensional survival data.

By Proove Biosciences
Five new doctors and leading pain management clinics in Washington State will begin utilizing Proove Biosciences’ Genetic Testing

By Woodsong Publishing
Woodsong Publishing announces the release its latest title: Cross Switch by Larry Arrowood.

By Proove Biosciences
Proove Biosciences’ Vice President of Research and Development, Ben Arthur, Exhibited Proove’s Capacity to Commercialize Genetic Technology in Optimizing Pain Treatments

By Genection
SAN DIEGO, C.A., June 4, 2013—Genection, Inc., the single source solution for genetic testing and counseling, presented the Gift of Genection at the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) in New Orleans.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
The composition of breast milk varies from mother to mother, and genetic factors may affect the levels of protective components in breast milk that could influence a newborn's outcomes.

By Arrowhead Publishers
Matthew Zubiller, Decision Management Executive at Mckesson will discuss Understanding the Value of Advanced Diagnostics: Aligning Labs, Clinicians and Payers to Make Better Decisions at the 5th Annual Personalized Medicine Conference

By Proove Biosciences
During the April 27th, 2013 National Drug Take Back Day, 387 Pounds of Prescription Medication was Collected and Disposed

By Zymo Research
Zymo Research offers genome-wide Next-Gen sequencing services for genetic, epigenetic, and expression analysis

By Advertising & Marketing Ltd.
Clarity forecyte breast health test that increases early detection of precancerous breast conditions to be introduced at pri-med south annual conference

By The SUZANNE Show
Pathway Genomics Corporation will feature its premier nutrigenetic test, Pathway Fit®, on The Suzanne Show this week. The spotlight is part of the “Best of Anti-Aging” series airing Wednesday, November 28, at 7:00 am (ET) on Lifetime Television.

By Interactive Biosoftware
Interactive Biosoftware will showcase its groundbreaking Alamut 2.2 software at the internationally acclaimed American Society of Human Genetics Conference in San Francisco, CA from November 6th to November 10th.

By www.creativebiomart.net
A managing director Steve Granth and his colleague Juan Enriquez revealed on "Nature" magazine website in the UK

By CRC Press
Drawn from the authors’ decade-long work in the cancer computational systems biology laboratory at Institut Curie, Computational Systems Biology of Cancer explains how to apply computational systems biology approaches to cancer research.

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Cambridge Healthtech Institute to Partner on the Consumer Genetics Conference

By New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
Yale University’s Dr. Robert King will interview families interested in participating in the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome and National Institute of Mental Health genetics sharing program

By MiniFAB
The Jackson Labs to host MiniFAB seminar on advances in polymer microfluidic devices for sample preparation, handling and diagnostics for point- of-care, laboratory, and in-field applications on Friday, May 11, 2012.

By kdm communications
Tecan’s Infinite® M1000 plate reader has enabled researchers at the Institute of Entomology (ENTU), Czech Republic, to automate hourly luminescence measurement of transgenic Drosophila for the study of insect circadian clocks.

By Alto Marketing
Microarray analysis tool provides researchers with biologically meaningful results

By Better Health Publishing
Scientists at Indiana University, Methodist Research Institute study a botanical formula that kills aggressive prostate cancer tumors.

By Claremont Graduate University
Researchers from Claremont Graduate University (CGU's) Center for Neuroeconomic Studies have identified genetic traits that predict the success of professional stock traders.

By Alpaca Culture
Arguably the world’s most successful alpaca breeder, Snowmass Alpacas, is set to sell some of their key breeding stock that made them so successful, along with a selection of their 2012 show string animals.

By Strategic Book Group
A preventive health genealogy is your proactive health empowerment tool.

By Terri Morgan
Fictional memoir of a 32-year-old wife and mother who grew up with two schizophrenic parents. The novel explores how both nature and nurture shapes a person's life.

By Informa Exhibtions
Nutrigenetics, a hot topic at ICAAM Middle East in November

By American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG)
A new study by the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) found that more than 85 percent of U.S. states have genetics standards that are inadequate for preparing America’s high school students & fail to keep pace with modern genetics knowledge.



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