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New Science Research at UO Yields Scientific Breakthrough in Genomics

Posted by Dylan Fitzwater on Mon, Jun 27, 2011

New science research at the University of Oregon has led to the development of a revolutionary genome sequencing technique. This new scientific breakthrough involved extensive research by top genomics researchers at UO.

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Tags: Northwest, University of Oregon, Oregon, Genomics

UO Gets Keck Funding for Genomics and Cancer Research Science

Posted by Dylan Fitzwater on Sat, May 28, 2011

Top researchers at the University of Oregon have received $1 million in new research funding from the W.M. Keck Foundation to apply the study of genomics to the progression of cancer. The new genomics science research is being led by Hui Zong of the UO Institute of Molecular Biology and William Cresko of the UO Center for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

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Tags: Northwest, University of Oregon, Oregon, Genomics

Social Networking Medical Research Platform and Genome Study Base

Posted by BCI Staff on Mon, May 16, 2011

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Tags: Genomics, industry news, marketing

Genome Research at UC Riverside Gets $4.8M NSF Funding

Posted by Margie Nieuwkerk on Thu, May 12, 2011

A grant from the National Science Foundation has provided $4.8 million research funding for UC Riverside enabling researchers Susan R. Wessler, and Jason Stajich to investigate  various rice cultivars using genome sequencing and seeing how these cultivars react to drought, disease, and flooding.  

The rice plants are mutagenized with Transposable Elements (TE), which identify interesting characteristics within a particular strain and help locate specific elements causing a characteristic within that gene.  

With the current severe weather and climate stresses on agriculture as a whole, this research is very timely, rice being one of the main global food staples .  Additionally the  funding will  allow researchers to generate resources in the scientific community, enabling them to follow TE movement and find out how traits are determined by the insertion of a TE in a gene.

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Tags: University of California Riverside, California, Genomics, Southwest Region

Genomic Science Research Advances at National Jewish Health

Posted by BCI Staff on Thu, Apr 28, 2011

National Jewish Health in Denver is the #1 respiratory hospital in the United States and the only institution in the world dedicated exclusively to respiratory, cardiac, and immune diseases.  Researchers at NJH's Center for Genes, Environment & Health (CGEH) have recently published the results of an important study that identifies a genetic variant for ideopathic pulmonary fibrosis and its cousin familial interstitial pneumonia.  Both are fatal diseases involving progressive lung scarring; some 40,000 people die annually of the little-understood and untreatable conditions.

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Tags: Genomics, Colorado, Southwest Region, National Jewish Health University, NJH

UC Berkeley Life Science Research Gets Funding for Genome Software

Posted by BCI Staff on Mon, Apr 11, 2011


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Tags: University of California Berkeley, California, Genomics, Southwest Region

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