Humans Can Survive Without Key Autophagy Gene
Humans Can Survive Without Key Autophagy Gene
Loss of the protein ATG7 is fatal in mice, but not always for people—although it is linked to human neurodevelopmental disorders, researchers report.
Humans Can Survive Without Key Autophagy Gene
Humans Can Survive Without Key Autophagy Gene

Loss of the protein ATG7 is fatal in mice, but not always for people—although it is linked to human neurodevelopmental disorders, researchers report.

Loss of the protein ATG7 is fatal in mice, but not always for people—although it is linked to human neurodevelopmental disorders, researchers report.

whole exome sequencing
Mining Coding Regions with Whole-Exome Sequencing
Mining Coding Regions with Whole-Exome Sequencing
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Nov 4, 2020
Multiple next-generation sequencing (NGS) techniques offer insights into health and disease.
Clinical Exome Sequencing Tests Are Frequently Incomplete: Study
Clinical Exome Sequencing Tests Are Frequently Incomplete: Study
Kerry Grens | Jan 8, 2020
A review of 36 individuals’ sequencing results performed by three US labs finds thousands of genes that were never fully sequenced to industry standards.
Researchers Analyze Epigenetic Signatures to Diagnose Rare Diseases
Researchers Analyze Epigenetic Signatures to Diagnose Rare Diseases
Katarina Zimmer | Mar 28, 2019
A number of rare diseases show unique epigenetic patterns across the genome, a feature researchers have now exploited to build a diagnostic tool.