Published on 12/17/2015
Human Genomics across the Lifespan
DriverDBv2: a database for human cancer driver gene research.
Chung I-Fang et al. Nucleic acids research 2015 Dec
Genetic heterogeneity in synchronous colorectal cancers impacts genotyping approaches and therapeutic strategies.
Jesinghaus Moritz et al. Genes, chromosomes & cancer 2015 Dec
Cancer predisposition genes: molecular mechanisms and clinical impact on personalized cancer care: examples of Lynch and HBOC syndromes.
Wang Qing et al. Acta pharmacologica Sinica 2015 Nov
Family tree and ancestry inference: is there a need for a 'generational' consent?
Wallace Susan E et al. BMC medical ethics 2015 16(1) 87
Personalized medicine beyond genomics: alternative futures in big data-proteomics, environtome and the social proteome.
Özdemir Vural et al. Journal of neural transmission (Vienna, Austria : 1996) 2015 Dec
Heart, Lung, Blood and Sleep Diseases
High incidence and variable clinical outcome of cardiac hypertrophy due to ACAD9 mutations in childhood.
Collet Marie, et al. European journal of human genetics : EJHG 2016 0 0. (8) 1112-6
Finding the Right Price for Improving Care.
Charlton Blake, et al. JAMA internal medicine 2016 1 0. (1) 109
Proprotein Convertase Subtilisin/Kexin Type 9 (PCSK9) Inhibitors for Treatment of High Cholesterol Levels: Effectiveness and Value.
Tice Jeffrey A, et al. JAMA internal medicine 2016 1 0. (1) 107-8
Effect of Dried Bloodspot Quality on Newborn Screening Analyte Concentrations and Recommendations for Minimum Acceptance Criteria for Sample Analysis.
George Roanna S et al. Clinical chemistry 2015 Dec
Wondering if you have the gene linked to Alzheimers? You may have to leave the U.S. to find out,
by Peter Whoriskey, Washington Post, December 7, 2015
Do you think youll live to be 100? The answer may be in your genes.
By Marlene Cimons, Washington Post, December 14, 2015
Clinical Genetics Has a Big Problem That's Affecting People's Lives,
by Ed Yong, the Atlantic, December 16, 2015
Data sharing to support UK clinical genetics and genomics services,
PHG Foundation, December 16, 2015
Screening healthy women for ovarian cancer shows first success,
by Sharon Begley, STAT, December 17, 2015
A single gene spawning multiple disorders: Guoping Feng on Shank3 in autism, schizophrenia,
by Veronica Meade-Kelly, Broad Institute, December 10, 2015
A glimpse into the future of genome sequencing,
CNBC, December 10, 2015
5 amazing and alarming things that may be done with your DNA,
by Matt McFarland, Washington Post, December 14, 2015
Genomic Sequencing: Just Another Tool in the Doctor's Bag,
by Robert C. Green, Huffington Post, December 12, 2015
Pursuing Precision Medicine for Chronic Kidney Disease,
by Francis Collins, NIH Director's Blog, December 15, 2015
Two More Companies Questioned by FDA Over DTC Genetic Tests,
by Michael Mezher, Regulatory Affairs Professional Society, December 11, 2015
Will DNA Tests Finally Settle Controversy Surrounding Russia's Last Czars?
By Corey Flintoff, NPR, December 13, 2015
Bringing genetic background into focus.
Chow Clement Y, et al. Nature reviews. Genetics 2016 0 0. (2) 63-4
'Your child is one in a million': Rare cholesterol condition poses surprise threat,
by Patti Borda Mullins, Frederick News-Post, December 15, 2015
Responsible, proportionate data sharing for better and safer genetic services,
PHG Foundation, December 16, 2015
How Much Does Genetics Really Affect Your Fitness?
By Beth Skwarecki, Vitals, December 10, 2015
Researchers identify mechanism behind treatment for rare brain disorder,
Intramural Research Program, NIH, December 9, 2015
NIH Director: For Obesity, Theres No Magic Pill, Yet,
Here & now, December 9, 2015
A Review of SynBio 2015,
by Steven Burgess, Plos Blogs, December 15, 2015
How genetic heritage explains obesity,
by Suzanne Koven, Boston Globe, December 14, 2015
Seminar Series - A Quarter Century after the Human Genome Project's Launch:
Lessons Beyond the Base Pairs
December 2015 - May 2015 ~ Bethesda, MD