Video: DNA Sequencing's Promise for Personalized Medicine
|DNA Sequencing Changes Teens’ Lives
The incredible story of Alexis and Noah, teenage twins who generated worldwide attention and helped pave the way for the future of personalized medicine.
|Environment and Energy
DNA sequencing is expected to transform not only medicine, but virtually every aspect of our lives, including the environment and how we fuel the world.
|The Genetics of Cancer
For several decades, scientists have been exploring the genetic basis of cancer, and the results of that work are beginning to see real-world applications in cancer research.
When German public health officials were confronted with a new, deadly, and highly virulent form of E. coli, research teams turned to the Ion Personal Genome Machine™ (PGM™) Sequencer for answers.
|Sequencing and Breast Cancer
Conventional cancer therapies fail in many patients, and for women with triple-negative breast cancer, the picture is particularly grim. A new study brings hope.
DNA Sequencing in the News
- Forbes: Desktop DNA Decoder Takes on Deadly E. coli Strain
- Technology Review: Sequencing Killer E. coli Reveals New Strain
- The Wall Street Journal: Gene Probe Yields E. coli Clue
The Beery Story
- CBS News: Gene-mapping Solves Calif. Twins' Mysterious Illness
- NPR: Genome Maps Solve Medical Mystery for Calif. Twins
- U.S. News & World Report: Gene Sequencing Helps Twins with Rare Disorder
- Houston Chronicle: Twins' Recovery Signals Advance in Genetics