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Biocartis collaborates with Philips and Wellcome Trust in oncology diagnostics

Collaboration to develop an automated blood based assay-system for monitoring tumor load


Biocartis announces that its researchers, in collaboration with researchers at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and at Philips Research, are developing a novel workflow for extraction and amplification & detection of tumor DNA on Biocartis diagnostic platforms. Biocartis retains its full IP ...


Illumina and Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Announce Completed Genome for Endangered Tasmanian Devil

Uncovering Mutations Found in Deadly Transmissible Cancer Could Help Conservation Efforts


Researchers from Illumina, Inc. and the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute have used Illumina's next generation sequencing technology to create a draft genome sequence for the endangered Tasmanian devil, and will use this to find genetic mutations in the transmissible cancer that is ravaging its ...


Oxford Gene Technology successfully completes world's largest copy number variation study


Oxford Gene Technology (OGT) has successfully completed processing more than 20,000 samples that have been generated by the Wellcome Trust Case Control Consortium (WTCCC), the world’s largest CNV study involving a collaboration of 24 human geneticists. The project analysed DNA samples from ...


Novel method to reveal drug targets

Interactions between proteins studied on a global scale


Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute scientists have developed a new large-scale method to identify the interactions between proteins that are a major target for therapeutic intervention. The novel method can identify the weak, short-lived interactions that are characteristic of cell responses to cues ...


Mass Analysis of DNA from Whole Populations


Nobel Prize winner Dr Sydney Brenner has devised a new method for obtaining sequence information from thousands of genomes simultaneously. Current technologies can only analyse one genome at a time. This method, to be developed by a new company called Population Genetics Technologies, is expected ...


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