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Wolfgang Sauber
News / 02.22.18
DNA data from 400 prehistoric skeletons, drawn from sites across Europe, reveals complex story on beaker potteryRead more
Susanna M. Hamilton
News / 02.22.18
An analysis of nearly 3,800 colorectal cancer patients — the largest germline risk study for this cancer to date — reveals opportunities for improved risk screening and, possibly, treatment.Read more
Zhang lab, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
News / 02.15.18
A strip of paper can now indicate presence of pathogens, tumor DNA, or any genetic signature of interest. 100-fold greater sensitivity, the ability to detect multiple targets at once, and other new features further enhance SHERLOCK's power for detecting genetic signatures.Read more
Susanna M. Hamilton, Broad Communications
Blog / 02.14.18
In a pair of posts on the GATK Blog, Broad data scientists announce big steps toward making sequencing data from different locations more interoperable, and reducing the cost of sequence analysis from $45 per genome in 2016 to $5 today.Read more
Susanna M. Hamilton, Broad Communications
News / 02.1.18
A gene's role in a disease is not always a direct one, a point highlighted when connecting the dots between one gene and IBD.Read more