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Novel mathematical tools show promise in predicting ovarian cancer patient survival and sensitivity to platinum-based chemotherapy.
In the era of personalized medicine, the use of reference materials is more important now than ever.
Bioinformatics gets a boost from educational and training initiatives
The next step in cancer research may be the use of bioinformatics to analyze large amounts of RNA
A genomic processor is named innovation of the year by The Scientist.
Ambitious UK sequencing project aims to learn more about patients with cancer and rare diseases
Tracking DNA samples using an app for your tablet
What does analysis of the last five years of literature on prostate specific antigen tell us about the priorities of the field and the major contributors to it?
How smartphone power, coupled with the scale of its adoption globally, offers a compelling platform for diagnostics.
The tech giant’s newest “moonshot” aims to create a complete genomic picture of the healthy human being
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