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2nd Next Generation Sequencing & Bioinformati...

We welcome you to join us at GTCbio’s 2nd Next Generation Sequencing & Bioinformatics Conference on October 5-7, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. This conference gathers the foremost experts to present on leading-edge technology in next-generation sequencing and bioinformatics featuring discussions on opportunities and challenges in NGS, bioinformatics, and data management. Join your peers in this one-of-a-kind opportunity to...

Screening Europe, February 17-18 2015 Berlin, Germ...

Screening Europe is back! After a break of four years during which we covered screening topics within the European LabAutomation event, SELECTBIO is delighted to re-introduce this popular conference. Hot topics to be covered include 3D cell based screening methods, the use of model organisms, and novel approaches for data analysis. Focus will also be given to the evolving use of phenotypic screening. Attending this event will...

Pan Omics Summit May 21-22,2015 Boston, MA

We invite you to the attend the Pan-Omics Summit, which will take place May 21 – 22, 2015 in Boston, MA at the Hyatt Regency. This summit has four parallel tracks to discuss the developments and challenges in the popular omics areas of epigenomics, metabolomics, functional genomics, and next generation sequencing. Representatives from big pharma, academic institutions, and government research labs will present data on...

Remarkable Twin Study Widens View of Down’s ...

A large coalition of European and American researchers this week published a new gene expression study of trisomy 21, better known as Down’s syndrome, using a novel cellular model of the disorder. Induced pluripotent stem cells were derived from a set of identical twins, only one of which possessed the third copy of chromosome 21 that causes the symptoms of Down’s syndrome. Because identical twins are genetically...

High protein levels linked to cell death in Parkin...

Researchers may have discovered how a genetic mechanism in a common cause of Parkinson’s works to destroy brain cells in patients–a finding that could help scientists develop new therapies for the devastating disease. Though most causes of Parkinson’s cases are unknown, mutations in a gene called leucine-rich repeat kinase 2–or LRRK2, pronounced “lark two” or “lurk...

The human ‘hairless’ gene identified

It’s not a hair-brained idea: A new research report appearing in the April 2014 issue of The FASEB Journal explains why people with a rare balding condition called “atrichia with papular lesions” lose their hair, and it identifies a strategy for reversing this hair loss. Specifically the report shows for the first time that the “human hairless gene” imparts an essential role in hair biology by...
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