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The Biggest Amount of Whole Genome Sequence Data Was Published

Recently, the research about the whole genome sequencing of the biggest population was published in Nature. It described the source and the application of the data. The rare variant is the transformation carried in DNA. It is not common, but important to many diseases. To find out the relationship between rare variants and disease and […]

Will This Be a Fashion:Find Your Gene Sequence in the APP Store?

The prevalence of iphone not only makes Steve Jobs famous, but also promotes the development of app store and business on mobile internet. It gradually replaces the web business and becomes the most popular business mode. If you don’t know the place for dinner, just take out your phone and check on the guidance on […]

The Trend of Human Whole Genome Sequencing:Multilateral Participation

In 1996, A pair of Twins was born in California. It looks like they are not beloved by God and are a little different from normal children. They are diagnosed as cerebral congenital palsy in two and lived with medicine. When they are five, things got worse, they can even not walk normally and well-control […]

The Photography of BBC: Can Sharks Live Peacefully With Human Beings?

Shark, the king of the sea, is the most fierce animal in the sea. When we talk about sharks the only thing we can remember is how dangerous and frightening they are. We often hear the news that an unlucky guy was tore apart by sharks when his was enjoying his date with sea. Poor […]

Whole Genome Sequencing is Entering Into Clinical Application

A study by researchers from the University of Oxford and the DNA sequencing company makes doctors a step closer to use whole genome sequencing to diagnose and treat patients with genetic diseases. This project showed that genome sequencing provided definitive diagnoses for up to 60% of patients with some types of genetic disorder. The success […]