Genome Sequencing News
Researchers impact final round in The Cancer Genome Atlas Apr 5, 2018 Baylor researchers have contributed significant work to The Cancer Genome Atlas, which in turn has produced game changers for translational research and clinical trials.
Researchers find identical twins share supersimilarity Jan 9, 2018 An international group of researchers has discovered a new phenomenon that occurs in identical twins: independent of their identical genes, they share an additional level of molecular similarity that influences their biological characteristics.
Primate genomics study reveals clues into AIDS resistance Jan 3, 2018 Researchers set out to sequence and analyze the genomes of two nonhuman primates to develop new insights into the behavior of the HIV virus in humans.
Baylor, Genialis team up for next generation sequencing Oct 10, 2017 To further support scientists working with next generation sequencing data, Baylor College of Medicine is pleased to announce a licensing agreement with Genialis, Inc.
Study reveals benefit of exome sequencing for infants in ICU Oct 6, 2017 A team of physicians and researchers designed a study to determine the efficacy of exome sequencing infants in intensive care units.
Researchers map human genome in 4-D as it folds Oct 5, 2017 A multi-institutional team has created the first high-resolution 4-D map of genome folding, tracking an entire human genome as it folds over time.
Grant to compare large-scale genomic sequencing, standard clinical tests for childhood cancer patients Aug 8, 2017 Baylor’s KidsCanSeq program will compare the results of large-scale genomic testing to targeted clinical tests in childhood cancer patients.
Researchers sequence megapest genome, aim to stop spread Aug 8, 2017 The Human Genome Sequencing Center has sequenced the genomes of the world’s most destructive caterpillar pests of broad-acre crops.
Genome sequencing shows spiders, scorpions share ancestor Jul 31, 2017 Researchers have discovered a whole genome duplication during the evolution of spiders and scorpions that could reveal more about animal diversification.
Genomic sequencing may benefit parents of cancer patients Jun 26, 2017 Researchers report that genomic sequencing information may be more valuable for families of pediatric cancer patients than has previously been recognized.