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Saturday 21st July 2018

Global Computational Biology Market Segmented by Application, Tools, Services, EndUser and Geography Growth, Trends and Forecasts 2018 2023 [Report Updated: 01032018] Prices from USD $4250

Computational biology is defined as the application of mathematical models, theoretical methods and computer aided simulation for the study of behavioral, social and biological systems. It is an interdisciplinary field, which includes the principles of applied mathematics, computer science, statistics, genomics, genetics, animation, visualization and a lot more. It makes use of biological data to ...

The function of the junk jumping gene (LINE1) uncovered

Reporter and Curator: Dr. Sudipta Saha, Ph.D.   Long interspersed nuclear elements 1 (LINE1) is repeated half a million times in the human genome, making up nearly a fifth of the DNA in every cell. But nobody cared to study it and may be the reason to call it junk DNA. LINE1, like other transposons […]

Genome-wide transcriptional profiling of central amygdala and orbitofrontal cortex during incubation of methamphetamine craving

Friday 20th July 2018

AMSBIO Launch New Screening Company

ScreenIn3D (Glasgow, UK) is a new joint venture company set up by AMSBIO and the University of Strathclyde exploiting the latest advances in microfluidics and 3D culture to develop a novel microfluidic screening platform. he unique combination of microfluidic lab-on-a-chip technology with physiologically relevant 3D spheroids is designed to make drug discovery more closely relevant with what happe...

A genome-scale CRISPR-Cas9 screening in myeloma cells identifies regulators of immunomodulatory drug sensitivity

Thursday 19th July 2018

A Close Look at a Cancer Genome

Ever since gene sequencing became feasible (for several values of “feasible”!) it’s been of great interest to look at the genetic material of cancerous cells. It’s been clear from very early on that there are many changes, mutations, rearrangements, shifts, etc. in a cancer cell’s DNA, and it’s been equally clear that these do not

Researchers Move Closer to Completely Optical Artificial Neural Network

Optical training of neural networks could lead to more efficient artificial intelligence Researchers have shown that it is possible to train artificial neural networks directly on an optical chip. The significant breakthrough demonstrates that an optical circuit can perform a critical function of an electronics-based artificial neural network and could...

RMT Exceeds Customer Expectations with Outstanding Product Support

Ensuring Customers Obtain the Most Value from Their Live-Dynamic Telemedicine Solution MELVILLE, N.Y. (PRWEB) July 19, 2018 Remote Medical Technologies (RMT) dedicates all resources to provide the most secure and best quality telemedicine products in the industry. RMT delivers a true real-time (live) telemedicine solution for pathologists and radiologists with iMedHD2™. Blue-chip medical cent...

Expansion for North West firm

Process engineering firm BPE has moved to bigger premises in the North West, following continued expansion of its operation in the region. The company, which specialises in chemical and biochemical engineering design, has moved to a larger office at the innovation centre in Daresbury, Cheshire. It comes as the firm plans to further strengthen its team in the North West and provide an even greater ...

Wednesday 18th July 2018

Assembly and Analysis of Unmapped Genome Sequence Reads Reveal Novel Sequence and Variation in Dogs

Evidence of Salmonella Paratyphi C found for the first time in medieval northern Europe

(University of Warwick) Genome research conducted by the University of Warwick suggests that enteric fever, a potentially lethal disease more commonly found in hot countries, was present in medieval Europe. Salmonella Paratyphi C causes enteric fever, a life-threatening infection, and has been detected in a 800 year old human skeleton discovered in Trondheim, Norway.

Global Meat Substitute Market Growth, Trends and Forecasts 2018 2023 [Report Updated: 01032018] Prices from USD $4250

The global meat substitute market is expected to register a CAGR of 5.8% during the forecast period, 20182023. Currently, the global campaign of go vegetarian' is the most powerful influencer of the demand for such products. Health benefits of this cholesterolfree protein, with meatlike texture, is the main factor promoting the growth of meat substitute products. Soybased products such as tofu, mi...

Quantapore Inc. Closes Series 3 Financing Round to Fund Beta Launch of DNA Sequencer

Quantapore Inc. announced the completion of a $15.55 million sale of Series 3 Preferred Stock led by Northern Light Venture Capital (NLVC). Tsingyuan Ventures and Sangel Venture Capital were major investors in the round and were joined by Baidu Ventures and Cloudstone VC. Mr. Feng Deng of NLVC has joined Quantapore’s Board of Directors. Quantapo...

Researchers Find Soybean Genes for Alkaline Stress Resistance

Sucrose non-fermenting related protein kinases (SnRKs) play important roles in plant growth, development, metabolism and resistance to environmental stresses. The soybean genome has four SnRK1 genes, of which GmSnRK1.1 and GmSnRK1.2 are predominant and participate in multiple stress response pathways. To study the role of these genes in response to...

Sugarcane Genome Has Finally Been Sequenced

An international team coordinated by the French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD) has released the genome sequence of sugarcane. The sugarcane's genome is so complex that conventional sequencing techniques were proven useless. It comprises between 10 and 12 copies of each chromosome, when the human genome has just t...

Japanese Researchers Assemble First Accurate Buckwheat Genome

Buckwheat researchers from Japan led by Dr. Yasuo Yasui, a renowned buckwheat scientist, in cooperation with GeneBay, NRGene's Japanese partner, have assembled the first accurate buckwheat genome. Buckwheat is neither a grain nor a grass, but a pseudocereal which is more related to rhubarb. Buckwheat grains are eaten as groats, and the flour is use...

Beware the unintended consequences of genome editing

Any law on ‘designer babies’ is years away but informed public debate is essential

Department for International Trade: Life Sciences at the Heart of UK Economy

The Government will today (Wednesday 18 July) host the second in a series of roundtables with stakeholders from key life science businesses, demonstrating the importance of the sector to the UK economy. The Chancellor, International Trade Secretary, Business Secretary and Health and Social Care Secretary will be amongst those that meet with senior...

20182023 United States LED Flip Chip Market Report Status and Outlook [Report Updated: 09032018] Prices from USD $3360

In 2017, the LED Flip Chip market size was xx million USD in United States, and it will be xx million USD in 2023, with a CAGR of xx% between 2017 and 2023.In United States market, the top players include Lumileds NiChia Lextar AU Optronics Genesis Photonics Epistar San'an Opto ETI Lattice Power HC SemiTekSplit by product types/category, covering Type 1 Type 2Split...

Global Bioinformatics Market Segmented by Technology, Applications, Enduser and Geography Growth, Trends and Forecasts 2018 2023 [Report Updated: 08022018] Prices from USD $1923

Bioinformatics is the application of computational technology to gather, store, analyze, and integrate biological data. This data is used to procure information that can be applied to genebased drug discovery and development, protein structure studies, and in order to determine the therapeutic efficacy of drugs. The global bioinformatics market is expected to register a CAGR of 19.8% during 201820...

Tuesday 17th July 2018

CRISPR editing may be less precise than previously thought

Studying mouse and human laboratory cell lines, scientists have discovered that CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing can cause greater genetic damage in cells than was previously thought. The study by Allan Bradley and colleagues at the Wellcome Sanger Institute also revealed that standard tests for detecting DNA changes miss finding this genetic damage, and that caution and specific testing will be required...

Latest wheat assembly now available in Ensembl

First chromosome-scale wheat genome assembly produced by IWGSC is available in Ensembl.

Diese Großbaustellen überschatten Intels Jubiläum: Chip-Gigant Intel hat in 50 Jahren schon zahlreiche ...

Chip-Gigant Intel hat in 50 Jahren schon zahlreiche Klippen umschifft. Doch jetzt ist der Marktführer ohne Chef, es droht neue Konkurrenz, eine Verschiebung der Nachfrage - und durch neue Sicherhei...

Year-End 2017 Medicaid Market Insights and Competition

By Mark Farrah Associates In the latest Healthcare Business Strategy report, Mark Farrah Associates (MFA), assessed year-end Medicaid market trends with insights about health plan competition. According to Kaiser Family Foundation’s State Facts

Human genome editing is not unethical, says Nuffield Council

There is no moral or ethical objection to making changes to the human genome that would pass down to future generations, as long as certain preconditions are met, the Nuffield Council for Bioethics...

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