Genetics RSS Feeds
Site - blog.23andme.com
Mountain View, CA
About Site - 23andMe is a web-based service that helps you read and understand your DNA along with Personal genetics for health, ancestry and research discoveries. 23andMe's mission is to help people access, understand and benefit from the human genome.
Site - genomeweb.com
New York, NY
About Site - GenomeWeb is an online news organization serving the global community of scientists, technology professionals, and executives who use and develop the latest advanced tools in molecular biology research and molecular diagnostics. Covering Genetics News, Genome, DNA, and more.
About Site - Genetics uses information from one or two genes to explain a disease or condition, whereas genomics examines all of the genetic information to determine biological markers predisposing an individual to disease. This category includes news on DNA, genes, microRNAs, chromosomes, inheritance and evolution.
About Site - News-Medical aims to segment, profile and distribute medical news to the widest possible audience of potential beneficiaries worldwide and to provide a forum for ideas, debate and learning, and to facilitate interaction between all parts of the medical health sciences community worldwide.
USA and UK
About Site - PLOS Open-Access Journal about Genetics and genomics research. PLOS Genetics features outstanding primary research articles, occasional Editorials, engaging Interviews and Formal Comments, Viewpoints, Perspectives, and Reviews by invitation.
About Site - Read the latest news on plant and animal genetics from universities and research institutes around the world. Also covers genetically modified food, crops and GMO issues. It also includes current science articles on genetic engineering including mice with glowing hearts, disease-resistant mosquitos, GM bacteria chips and more.
Site - socgen.ucla.edu/blog
Los Angeles, CA
About Site - The UCLA Institute for Society and Genetics incorporates scientists fully in the process of understanding ethical, legal, and societal impacts of the applications of their genetic and genomic research. We aim to educate the public to understand, discuss, and make informed decisions about issues in biotechnology, genetics and genomics.
Site - biobeef.faculty.ucdavis.edu
About Site - Dr. Alison Van Eenennaam is a Cooperative Extension Specialist in the field of Animal Genomics and Biotechnology in the Department of Animal Science at University of California, Davis. The mission of her extension program is 'to provide research and education on the use of animal genomics and biotechnology in livestock production systems'.
About Site - Journal of Medical Genetics is a leading international publication covering original research in human genetics, including reviews of and opinion on the latest developments. Articles cover the genetic basis of human disease including germline cancer genetics, the clinical manifestations of genetic disorders, applications of molecular genetics to medical practice.
Site - blog.geneticslab.emory.edu
About Site - Genetic testing is important for diagnosing and predicting medical conditions and improving patient management. For more than 40 years, Emory Genetics Laboratory (EGL) has focused on providing the highest quality, cutting-edge genetic testing for common and rare hereditary conditions.
About Site - The section publishes significant articles on all aspects related to genetic disorders, from experimental research to clinical applications. It includes developmental genetics, dysmorphology, genetic counseling, prenatal diagnosis, molecular diagnostics, microarray techniques in practice, community genetics and more..
About Site - The home of premium international fish news insight, analysis and features. Fish Genetics news detailed information on managing fish health, treating fish diseases and much more.
Site - geneticeducation.co.in
About Site - At Genetic Education Inc., we believe that there is a better way of learning, rather gain only the knowledge you can also be a part of our team by sharing your knowledge with us. We will share our knowledge with you, our personal experiences in research and each and every small information that will increase your research power.
Site - blog.invitae.com
About Site - Invitae is a genetic information company whose mission is to bring genetic information into routine medical practice to improve the quality of healthcare for billions of people. The Invitae Blog updates timely discoveries in field genetics.
Site - blog.eogn.com/category/dna
About Site - The Daily Online Genealogy Newsletter. Dick Eastman has been involved in genealogy for more than 35 years. He has worked in the computer industry for more than 40 years in hardware, software, and managerial positions. By the early 1970s, Dick was already using a mainframe computer to enter his family data on punch cards. He built his first home computer in 1980.
Site - thednageek.com/blog
About Site - Dr. Leah Larkin uses genealogical DNA results to help adoptees and others find biological family. Full-Service Family Search Whether you are investigating your own unknown parentage or a more distant brick wall in your genealogy, we have the knowledge and expertise to use your DNA results to address your questions.
Site - genome.fieldofscience.com
About Site - This is Steven Salzberg's blog on genomics, pseudoscience, medical breakthroughs, higher education, and other topics, including skepticism about unscientific medical practices.
About Site - Courtagen is a privately-held life sciences and molecular information company that converts genomic data into actionable clinical information for the diagnosis of critical pediatric neurological and metabolic disorders.
Site - blog.dnagenotek.com
About Site - DNA Genotek develops products that optimize ease of collection and provide superior samples and proven performance for those requiring high-quality biological samples for nucleic acid testing.
Site - michaeleisen.org/blog
About Site - I'm Michael Eisen, a biologist at UC Berkeley and an Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. I work primarily on flies, and my research encompases evolution, development, genetics, genomics, chemical ecology and behavior. This blog is about genomes, DNA, evolution, open science and other important things.
About Site - My name is Richard Hill. I am the founder and sole author of DNA Testing Adviser.com. My DNA Testing Update blog alerts you to new and updated articles on the DNA Testing Adviser web site and news about genetic genealogy.
Site - genestogenomes.org
About Site - Genetics Society of America is a professional scientific society representing more than 5,700 genetics researchers & educators around the world. The purposes of is to facilitate communication between geneticists, promote research that will bring new discoveries in genetics, to educate the public and their government representatives about advances in genetics.
Site - core-genomics.blogspot.com
About Site - This blog by James Hadfield provides some comments and analysis from the exciting and fast moving world of Genomics. It focusses on next-generation sequencing and microarray technologies, although it is likely to go off on tangents from time-to-time.
About Site - Association of Public Health (APHL) Laboratories works to strengthen labs serving the public's health. The Newborn Screening and Genetics provides recent and upcoming discoveries and updates on genology.
Site - blog.steakgenomics.org
About Site - A blog for stakeholders in beef cattle and genomics by Jared Decker, He is the MU Extension State Beef Genetics Specialist and uses computational genomics to research cattle genetics. He is passionate about beef cattle genetics and helping beef farmers and ranchers adopt new technologies and best practices.
Site - massgenomics.org
About Site - I am Dan Koboldt, the author of MassGenomics. I started the Massgenomics blog in 2008 to write about next-generation sequencing and medical genomics in the post-genome era. My primary research interests are human genetics and cancer genomics, and the content of my blog reflects that.
Site - eurasiandna.com
About Site - Welcome to Eurasian Genetics. This site is dedicated to furthering the understanding of Eurasian population histories with an emphasis on West and South Asian demography. I do this by presenting my own research findings.
Site - rickilewis.com
About Site - I started writing new textbook editions (human genetics, human anatomy & physiology) interspersed with other books. I also contribute to Rare Disease Reports and the Genetic Literacy Project, and have published hundreds of articles for Medscape Medical News.
Site - cruwys.blogspot.com
About Site - This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me Debbie Kennett. The day-to-day activities of the Cruwys/Cruse one-name study with occasional diversions into other topics of interest such as DNA testing and personal genomics.
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About Site - DNA Testing - know the In's and Out's of it. Genetic Genealogy, a new branch of genealogy combining genetics and traditional genealogy research, is the most accurate tool for the family historian. Family connections can be proven or disproven. DNA testing can support a paper trail which is often in question given the lack of surviving records.
Site - mcgprogramme.com/blog
About Site - The goal of the Mainstreaming Cancer Genetics Programme is to make genetic testing part of routine cancer patient care.Genetic tests can provide information about the cause of the cancer and can aid decisions about the best treatments and drugs to use. It can also identify relatives of cancer patients at increased risk of cancer and gives them a window of opportunity to decrease their cancer risk.
Site - sangerinstitute.blog
About Site - This blog gives a glimpse inside the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute. A leader in the Human Genome Project, we are now focused on understanding the role of genetics in health and disease by using the latest genomic and genetic techniques. Our passion for discovery drives our quest to uncover the basis of genetic and infectious disease.
Site - myopenreadingframe.com
About Site - A blog about my doctoral dissertation on genetics: data, information, and knowledge. I am an interdisciplinary trainee-researcher interested in the ethical and social implications of genomics in research, clinical care, and everyday life. also work as a research scientist in a genetics data coordinating and analysis center in the UW Department of Biostatistics.
Site - endeavordna.com/blog
El Paso, TX
About Site - Endeavor DNA Laboratories is your full-service genetic identity laboratory specializing in human relationship testing. Utilizing state-of-the-art genetic analysis instrumentation, Endeavor DNA strives to bring you the most accurate test results available on the market today.
Site - gengenaus.com
About Site - This website is managed by Cate Pearce, a genealogist specialising in DNA applications to family history, and the convenor of the DNA Special Interest Group at the Western Australian Genealogy Society. The aim of this blog is to help you to get the most out of your DNA testing by sharing hints and keeping you up-to-date with DNA topics of interest from Australia and around the world.
Site - pathway.com/category/blog
San Diego, CA
About Site - Pathway Genomics is a clinical diagnostic and mobile healthcare technology company providing services worldwide. Our genetic testing specialties include hereditary cancer, pharmacogenomic, and general health and wellness testing. Pathway Genomics strives to develop new and innovative testing and products, including a first-of-its-kind mobile health application in partnership with IBM Watson.
Site - epilepsygenetics.net
About Site - Epilepsies or seizure disorders are common diseases of the brain. Many types of epilepsies have a genetic etiology. Finding these genes and characterizing them will lead to insights about the physiology of epilepsies and -hopefully- novel treatment options. In our blog Beyond the Ion Channel, we try to make our research more understandable, digestable and interpretable.
About Site - National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) supports basic research that increases understanding of biological processes and lays the foundation for advances in disease diagnosis, treatment and prevention.