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A U.K. company hopes to dramatically reduce the cost of reading a person’s genome.
The first people to purchase their complete genome sequences browse their books of life.
Consumers have a right to their genomes.
A project aims to convert the slew of newly identified disease-risk genes into useful medical information.
Forget the $1,000 genome. Some companies are looking far past that goal to create a really inexpensive sequencing technology.
Decoding this beetle’s DNA may lead to new pest-control methods.
Scientists have revealed the hidden diversity of natural antibiotics using a new approach that pits one type of bacteria against another.
Studies of genetic recombination suggest that genetic shuffling varies by gender.
Scientists say the results represent a new stage in synthetic biology.