Global Genetic Testing Market 2022: Global Industry Analysis

Global Genetic Testing Market 2022: Global Industry Analysis by Top Manufacturers with Size, Share, Segments, Drivers and Challengeshttps://skyquestt.cOm/sample-request/global-genetic-testing-market. A huge amount of business and market-related information has been brought together via this report that eventually helps businesses create better strategies.
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2 days ago

There’s New Proof Crispr Can Edit Genes Inside Human Bodies

A decade ago, biologists published a landmark paper describing a natural immune system found in bacteria. They harnessed that system to edit human and animal cells in the lab. One of the challenges of turning test tube Crispr discoveries into cures has been figuring out how to get the gene-editing components to the place in the body that needs treatment.
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6 days ago

AU holds genetic study of kidney diseases in SKL

The human genetics department of Andhra University has embarked on a genetic diagnosis of chronic kidney diseases prevalent in epidemic stage. The areas/mandals for the study include Kaviti, Sompeta, Kanchili, Ichapuram, Palasa and Vajrapukotturu.
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1 weeks ago

Treat 15 Children With DMD, A Rare Genetic Disorder, Free Of Cost: Odisha HC To AIIMS - odishabytes

The order came on a petition filed by lawyer anshuman Ray. The HC asked the director of AIIMS-Bhubaneswar to draw up a schedule for consultation.
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1 weeks ago

Supreme Court Allows Withdrawal Of Petition Seeking Regulations For Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis In View Of Enactment Of ART Act

Petition filed by a legal practitioner and a law student raises questions about the ethics of using advanced medical technology like Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis/Testing (PGD) in india. The petition was instituted without having the benefit of the provisions of the 2021 Act, and allowed the petitioner to withdraw the petition at this stage.
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1 weeks ago

Canadian Family Embarks on World Tour Before Children Go Blind Due to Rare Genetic Disease

Couple Edith and sebastien Pelletier's eldest daughter Mia was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa after she was struggling to see in the evenings in 2018. As per the doctors, the condition could leave her blind in her 30s. Only their second-born son, leo, was given a clear.
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1 weeks ago

Adaptive Optics Reveals Cellular Changes in Genetic Blindness Disorder

Choroideremia is an X-linked genetic disease that leads to retinal degeneration and blindness. The disease is marked by a progressive loss of photoreceptors, retinal pigment epithelial (RPE) cells, and choriocapillaris. Adaptive optics is not part of routine diagnostic testing in eye clinics.
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2 weeks ago

Genetic diagnostics company MedGenome raises funding of $50 million  BusinessLine

MedGenome, a genetic diagnostics, research, and data company, announces $50 million investment by Novo Holdings. The latest round of funding will be used to broaden the company’s product offering and improve the reach of its key diagnostic services, including reproductive and oncology services, and enhance bioinformatics and SaaS offerings.
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4 weeks ago

Adolf Hitler - Double blessing: Editorial on behavioural, genetic and lifestyle traits shared by doppelegangers - Telegraph India

The look-alike has gripped the popular imagination for millennia. It is the subject of one of the oldest known works of literature, Gilgamesh. History and culture have also been fascinated with the doppelgänger.
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1 months ago

This genetic engineering company plans to bring back extinct species like the Tasmanian Tiger

Colossal previously announced its plans to de-extinct the woolly mammoth and restore the keystone species to the Arctic Tundra last September. The team now has over 35 dedicated scientists spanning various functional areas including cell engineering, stem cell biology, embryology, computational biology, and genome engineering.
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1 months ago

Genetic score identifies those susceptible to sudden cardiac death

Researchers at Cedars-Smidt Sinai's Heart Institute are getting closer to identifying patients who are most at risk of suffering from sudden cardiac death. Sudden cardiac death is when the heart stops beating due to an electrical problem. Researchers employed a polygenic risk score that has been successfully used to predict coronary artery disease to determine those at risk.
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1 months ago

Using science to defend the unscientific

Racism persists within science. It is a part of the justification that the elite seek, justifying their superior being to their genes. If humans originated in somewhere in Africa then black skin colour gene is wild one.
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1 months ago

Boston Heart Diagnostics Launches LipidSeq™-- An NGS Test for Common Genetic Disorders of Lipid Metabolism

New test identifies the most common genetic causes of lipid and lipoprotein disorders. Conditions detected by this 23-gene test include familial forms of hypercholesterolemia, lysosomal acid lipase deficiency, xanthomatosis, dysbetalipoproteinemia, and hypertriglyceridemia. The test was developed in collaboration with Eurofins laboratory partner Clinical Enterprise.
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1 months ago

Ontario family seeks answers, treatment for child’s rare genetic disease

In less than a year, the parents of an Ontario toddler said they have watched as their daughter has lost all of her fine and gross motor skills and can no longer walk or sit up. The family has launched a goFundMe campaign to raise $250,000 for medical equipment not covered by government funding or private insurance.
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1 months ago

Invitae, San Francisco genetic tech firm, will lay off 1,000

Invitae, a San Francisco-based genetic tech company, announced it is laying off more than 700 employees at its headquarters. The genetic testing company plans to cut its international presence by “exiting certain territories and countries where the Company’s business is less developed,” according to SEC filings. The company had $136 million in revenue this last quarter.
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1 months ago

NHS pilots genetic testing to predict risk of heart disease

World-first pilot of predictive genetic testing aims to identify those at high risk of cardiovascular disease. 1,000 healthy volunteers aged between 45 and 64 years old will be offered the tests. The pilot could be the first step towards a wider rollout of genetic testing on the NHS.
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1 months ago

Novel genetic risk factors cause heart failures in India: CCMB BusinessLine

The incidence of cardiovascular diseases and resultant deaths in india is among the highest in the world. Heart failures are quite common in conditions like severe cardiomyopathy. The heart is unable to pump blood normally as this condition changes the integral structure of the heart muscle, leading to cardiac arrest.
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1 months ago

Can fitness genes explain differences in workout results?

Cambridge University published a meta-analysis in PLOS ONE identifying 13 candidate genes associated with fitness outcomes in previously untrained people. Genetic influences accounted for 72% of the difference in the results of those in the strength training group. Genetic factors had less effect on the outcomes in the aerobic (44%) and anaerobic power groups (10%)
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