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Omics

Tools & Techniques Microbiology

Benchmarking the Microbiome

| Roisin McGuigan

What does analysis of the microbiome literature tell us about priorities and progress in the field?

Research Field Omics

Embracing the Proteogenomic Toolkit

| Andreas Hühmer

To win the war on cancer, we need to put proteomics on an equal footing with genomics.

Tools & Techniques Genetics

Metabolic Mystery Revealed

| Michael Schubert

A new GWAS shows that anorexia nervosa is not purely psychiatric – metabolic factors also play a role.

Tools & Techniques Cancer

Cracking Cancer’s Code

| Roisin McGuigan

Sitting Down With George Calin, Professor, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA.

Tools & Techniques Microbiology

How Are You – and How’s Your Microbiome?

| Pratik Jagtap

Analyzing our 'second genome' could be the key to improving healthcare

Tools & Techniques Analytical science

NoBody’s Fool

| Joanna Cummings

Advanced mass spectrometry uncovers a tiny protein with important implications

Tools & Techniques Informatics

Three Gurus of Big Data

| Dipak Kalra, Iain Buchan, and Norman Paton

Big data. Everyone’s talking about it, but what exactly is it? And how can we best harness it?

Tools & Techniques Omics

Riding a New Wave of Translation

| Valeria Ossovskaya

Is the overwhelming focus on genomics and transcriptomics in translational science really the best way to help patients?

Tools & Techniques Omics

Clinical Translation Through Innovation

| Thomas Conrads

Advances in mass spectrometry and separation science are bringing genome-scale proteomic analyses within our reach.

Tools & Techniques Omics

Disrupting Cytogenetics in the Clinic

| George Vasmatzis

To select the right treatment for each cancer patient, we need fast, accurate and cost-effective ways to characterize tumors. Now, with newly developed algorithms and protocols, mate pair sequencing could well be the tool we’ve been seeking.

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