Monthly Archives: March 2013

Moving Next-Generation Sequencing into the Clinic, part 2

first attempt at live tweets from #ngs2013 lpmhealthcare.com/NGS2013/NGSHom… — Paul Denny (@pauldennyuk) March 12, 2013 In my last post, I summarised the first four talks from this symposium: 1st Oxford Workshop and Symposium, 4th Techgene Knowledge Network Meeting, “NGS2013 Next generation Sequencing: Bioinformatics and Data Analysis” You could also read the Tweets from the meeting [...]

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Moving Next-Generation Sequencing into the Clinic

On a glorious day (but with Arctic-like winds!) earlier this week, I attended a symposium on exploiting NGS in the diagnostic genetics clinic: Off to # Ngs2013 today at Wolfson College Oxford lpmhealthcare.com/NGS2013/NGSHom… #NGS #Clinical #Dx #diagnostic #personalisedmed Should be good — Paul Denny (@pauldennyuk) March 12, 2013 The speakers were clinicians, bioinformaticians and biomedical [...]

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What might a small mouse teach us about human congenital abnormalities?

Mice are born with their eyes tightly shut, opening them for the first time only a few days later. So when a mouse was noticed that was smaller than normal and had been born with it’s eyes open, it drew attention. Abnormalities like this arise spontaneously in all animal facilities, but sometimes they are not [...]

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