Category Archives: pathways

Human genome has gone from What, to Where and When

Today’s Nature has published our article that describes a comprehensive, detailed map of the way genes are active across the major cells and tissues of the human body. The findings describe the complex networks that govern gene activity – detailing each promotor … Continue reading

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H5N1 surveillance: Shift expertise to where it matters

Jeremy Farrar is someone who “gets it”. He works at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases in Ho Chi Minh City.  He writes in today’s Nature on the need to have expertise at the site of infection. Together with other ‘out there in … Continue reading

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Personal genomes and social networking – my spit is your date

According to Richard Resnick in his TED talk we will match genomes online to find compatible (cousins) – but what if we will find matches to likely partners? Entirely likely now that the cost of genome sequencing is trending towards “absolute … Continue reading

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Pathway activity hallmarks development – not a gene expression experiment

The relationship between cells is driven by how you tell them apart Understanding development arising from stem cells using molecular profiles like gene expression microarray, genome wide methylation marks, RNASeq, and histone mark dynamics is currently our state of the … Continue reading

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