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Ambry Genetics and PacBio will work with the University of California, Irvine (UCI) and the GREGoR Consortium to use long-read technology to sequence and analyze up to 7,000 human whole genomes over three years and seek new insights into rare disease etiology.

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Sequencing Spatially-Located Single Cells

New combinations of technology help scientists understand biology and disease more than ever, but much more lies ahead.
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Beginning a New Era of Precision Alzheimer’s Therapeutics

Alzheimer’s is a disease associated with aging and impacts almost seven million people in the U.S. over the age of 65, with women and Black or Hispanic populations disproportionately affected by the condition. Finding an effective treatment for Alzheimer’s disease has proved to be a long and difficult quest.
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5 Startups With Proteomics Potential Attracting Investor Cash

Investor appetite is growing for startups that can make proteomics faster, cheaper, and more informative for use in precision medicine. Here are five proteomics...

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High Risk of Kidney Complications in Older Patients Hospitalized for Heart Failure Suggest New...

Researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, reporting today in the journal JAMA Cardiology have found links between patients admitted to hospital for heart failure and a higher risk of kidney disease.
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Healthy Lifestyle Linked to Slower Epigenetic Aging, Better Cardiac Outcomes

Leading a healthy lifestyle, as measured by the American Heart Association's LE8 score, improves cardiac outcomes and epigenetic aging.
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Multiomic Study of Stress-Related Psych Disorders Shows Shared Mechanisms

Researchers from McLean Hospital and colleagues used a multiomic database, single-nucleus RNA sequencing (snRNA-seq), genetics, and proteomics to find shared mechanisms underlying post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and major depressive disorder.

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