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CHOP Researchers ID Schizophrenia Master Regulator Gene
Researchers at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) have identified a gene that acts as a master regulator of schizophrenia during early human brain development,...
Pathways of Pancreatic Cancer Drug Resistance Found
Scientists at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) say they have found a way to tackle the problem of drug resistance and stop the growth...
Human Liver Cell Atlas Created Using Single-Cell RNA Seq
Using single-cell RNA sequencing, researchers led by Dominic Grün, PhD, group leader at the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics have constructed a...
Not if. When: Metabolomics’ Impact in Cancer Treatments May be Just Around the Corner
The possibility of metabolomics playing a role in cancer diagnostics and treat- ment seems, to many metabolomicists, a question of when rather than if....
Algorithm IDs Cancer Patients for Precision Treatments by Decoding Mutational Signatures
A new algorithm analyzes patterns in mutational profiles to identify cancer patients with underlying defects in DNA repair machinery, guiding targeted therapies.
CRC Evades Immunotherapies by Regulating Expression of Cell Surface Molecule
CRC tumors can switch off expression of a cell surface molecule that is a key target of immunotherapy, thus preventing the treatment from working.
Broad Institute, Pattern.org, LUNGevity Foundation Partner to Develop Lung Cancer Models
Models will help researchers learn more about genetic diversity among lung cancers, and speed development of new diagnostics and drugs
M.D.-founded SpeciCare Seeks to Broaden Patient Access to Precision Medicine
Personalized cancer tissue banking startup looks to provide access to clinical trials, precision medicine in community-based care settings
$3.1M Grant will Help SEngine Commercialize Precision Medicine Test
The PARIS assays directly tests more than a hundred cancer treatments against 3D cancer cell organoids grown from patients' tumor samples
‘Precision’ Prevails Over ‘Personalized’ Medicine in New ESMO Glossary
The European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) has published a glossary designed to standardize the language of precision medicine