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Carnitine level can distinguish between severe and mild asthma and may help develop better and more targeted therapies for these individuals.

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From Slide to Pixels: How Digital Pathology Promises to Impact the Field of Precision Oncology

Fast forward more than 20 years, and the field of digital pathology has undergone monumental changes wrought by improvements in image capture technologies, cloud computing, and machine learning to the point where digital pathology and the analysis of WSIs has shown its promise to directly impact clinical decision making as a valuable tool for precision medicine.
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The Evolution of CRISPR Technology from Editing to Diagnostics

The discovery of these new Cas enzymes really catalyzed researchers to investigate how CRISPR technology could be used in diagnostics and over the last few years several biotech companies have been set up to explore this potential.
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The Pandemic Supercharged Decentralized Trials, Now What?

For anyone in the clinical trial field, no matter how peripherally, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic was dramatic. Teams were mobilized for a full-throttle shift to decentralized clinical trials (DCTs).

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Anatomy and Histological Ovary and Testis human cells (which form gonads or sex organs during development) under microscope.

Map of Human Gonadal Development Clarifies Sex Determination Process

A new single cell map of human ovary and testis development brings new insights into how sex is determined in the womb.
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Vaccine for Most Common Genetic Form of ALS Advances

A €2.5 million grant has been awarded toward development of a targeted ALS vaccine that aims to address the 5–10% of cases caused by the most common variant linked to the disease.
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Novel Genome Editing System Efficient and Safe

Researchers at the University of California at Santa Cruz have developed a new genome editing system, developed in Drosophila, that performs efficient somatic repair of both double strand breaks (DSBs) and single-strand breaks (SSBs) using intact sequences from the homologous chromosome. 

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