A Personalized, Precise Approach to Fighting Cancer

Cancer is the second major cause of mortality in the United States and targeted cancer therapies are bringing about an exponential increase in effectiveness over traditional cancer therapies. Traditional cancer treatment, such as chemotherapy, has come a long …

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February update from Pine Biotech

This year’s Festival of Genomics in London was a great occasion to meet with companies and research organizations dealing with omics data and hear about the latest technologies and findings in this area. Dr. Priyal de Zoysa attended …

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Educational projects and workshops by Pine-Biotech

Project-based learning is perhaps the most effective way to gain both an understanding of and practical experience in a technical subject. A growing number of public domain datasets is making it possible to conduct bioinformatic analysis of real …

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Democratization of Bioinformatics Tools

Recently I attended a great presentation by Nicolas Robine about the New York Genomics center at the University of Southern Mississippi. The presentation told the story of a small team (10 people with only laptops) that went on …

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Update on TBio, a Bioinformatics Discovery Platform

For the past year or so, Big Data Analysis Tbio has been under development and testing. Taking on showcase projects, we’ve been trying our bioinformatics tools on public domain and collaboration projects. These are our conclusions and updates: …

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