Among the many stents, surgical clamps, pumps and other medical devices that have recently come before the Food and Drug Administration for clearance, none has excited the widespread hopes of physicians and researchers like a machine called the Illumina MiSeqDx.
The device could accelerate the use of genetic information in everyday medical care, physicians hope, improving diagnoses and treatments.
Twenty-threes come thick and fast: babies get 23 chromosomes from each parent; 23 in the I-Ching means "breaking apart"; 23 is the psalm of choice at funerals; and so on.
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News is an integrated media publication, available in both print and online. GEN's comprehensive coverage includes industry-standard tutorials and technical articles in bioprocessing, assays, and drug discovery; and featured articles on emerging technologies.
Genamics is a software and web development firm dedicated to empowering researchers with modern and innovative solutions. We are committed to producing professional tools and resources to accelerate research in the 21st century.
GeneCards is a searchable, integrated database of human genes that provides concise genomic, proteomic, transcriptomic, genetic and functional information on all known and predicted human genes. Information featured in GeneCards includes orthologies, disease relationships, mutations and SNPs, gene expression, gene function, pathways, protein-protein interactions, related drugs & compounds.
The Genetic Education Center Web Site is used by teachers, students, genetic counselors, geneticists, other health care professionals, families, and other educators.
GenomeNet is a Japanese network of database and computational services for genome research and related research areas in biomedical sciences, operated by the Kyoto University Bioinformatics Center.
The Genetic Science Learning Center is a science and health education program located in the midst of the bioscience research being carried out at the University of Utah. Our mission is making science easy for everyone to understand.
During the Human Genome Project, this website served as the primary electronic information source for HGP researchers and the public. It is now a unique archive–a repository for historical documents detailing the history of the HGP from the project's beginnings in 1989 until it was completed in 2003.
Commissioned by the editors of Nature Reviews Genetics, the articles in this Focus on microbial genomics highlight the impact of high-throughput sequencing on the field of microbiology.
Six genomic search engines to find information on markers, genes, YACs, and polymorphisms.
Hyperlinks to systematic analysis projects, resources, laboratories, and departments at Stanford University.
Here you'll find a wealth of resources and information aimed at helping educators bring genetics, bioscience and health alive in the classroom. A companion to the popular Learn.Genetics website, Teach.Genetics offers additional tools and resources to support your curriculum, all free of charge.
Genetics Information Center from MedPage Today is the only service for physicians that provides a clinical perspective on the breaking medical news that their patients are reading.
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From forensic science, genomics and genetic screening to GM crops and gene therapy, the blueprint of life is useful stuff indeed.