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Inside the Lab Genetics and epigenetics

Searching for Schizophrenia

Researchers identified the cell types associated with schizophrenia mutations

Diagnostics Bioinformatics

Clinical Chemistry: The Road to N=1

| Peter Kissinger

The more variables and statistics we use clinically, the better

Inside the Lab Bioinformatics

Variant Database Collaborations – for Cancer and Beyond

| Obi Griffith and Heidi Rehm

It's important to research relevant academic papers, but it's equally important to make sure it's still relevant

Inside the Lab Bioinformatics

A Guiding Light for Sequencing

| Somak Roy and Alexis Carter

New recommendations for NGS bioinformatics pipelines aim to standardize sequencing

Inside the Lab Oncology

Keeping up with Precision Medicine

| Ruth Steer

How specialized next-gen sequencing is giving ocular cancer patients access to targeted therapies

Inside the Lab Genetics and epigenetics

Delving into the Dark Code

| Michael Schubert

Genome exploration tool Orion digs into non-coding regions for disease-causing mutations

Subspecialties Bioinformatics

Creating an Immune Inventory

| Roisin McGuigan

An EHR-derived phenotypic disease catalog allows replication of decades of work on HLAs

Subspecialties Bioinformatics

Slides in the Machine

| David West, Jr. and Hunter Jackson

Combining digital pathology with deep machine learning could transform the field

Inside the Lab Bioinformatics

Three Gurus of Big Data

| Norman Paton, Iain Buchan, Dipak Kalra

Big data. Everyone’s talking about it, but what exactly is it? And how can we best harness it?

Diagnostics Bioinformatics

Is More Always Better?

| Jessica Mozersky

Does the old axiom hold up when talking about genetic panel testing?

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