This month's Next Generation Sequencing Newsletter brings you news, publications and blogs on the latest
discoveries in the fascinating world of genomics.
Key highlights in this month’s issue include:
Decoding Tumour Genomes Reveals Clues to Spread of Deadly Breast Cancer that Affects Younger Women and African-Americans.
By using powerful DNA sequencing technology to decode the genomes of cancer patients, scientists are getting an unprecedented look at the genetic basis of a highly lethal form of breast cancer that affects younger women and African-Americans. Read more here
New Methods Identify Thousands of New DNA Sequences Missing from the Human Genome Reference Map
Researchers have discovered 2363 new DNA sequences corresponding to 730 regions on the human genome. These sequences represent segments that were not charted in the reference map of the human genome. Read more here.
Read these and other updates at www.mgrc.com.my/newsletter.
MGRC Research Team