Large Scale Biology uses its proteomics, functional genomics
and biomanufacturing technologies to develop and manufacture personalized drugs, vaccines and diagnostics for rapid identification and effective treatment of disease.
The center, to be named the Pathogen Functional Genomics
Resource Center, will be a training and resource facility supporting research on up to 10 pathogens over the next 3 years, according to information from the NIAID.
The Cell Robotics Imaging Workstation is designed for investigators in both basic and applied research working with stem cells, transgenic animal production and cloning, and functional genomics
Sidra Medicine has announced that it will host its fourth annual Functional Genomics
Symposium to lead the discussion on cutting-edge advances in genetics, genomics and Big Data in the field of medicine.
IDT's primary business is the production of custom, synthetic nucleic acids for molecular biology applications, including qPCR, next generation sequencing, synthetic biology, functional genomics
, and CRISPR genome editing.
Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics
, 3rd Edition
involves developing and applying genome-wide experimental approaches to assess gene function by making use of the information and resources provided by structural genomics, which is concerned with the sequence of genes.
Chittur is affiliated with the Center for Functional Genomics
at the University of Albany-SUNY.
Now, ARS molecular biologist Lev Nemchinov and plant pathologist Rosemarie Hammond have endowed a potato virus with a gene that--when introduced into a host plant--prompts the plant to produce a therapeutic protein called "CD14." First isolated by Dante Zarlenga of the ARS Bovine Functional Genomics
Laboratory, this beneficial protein can be extracted from the plant and used to treat mastitis.
The consortium hosted four meetings throughout the country before evolving into the NIH Functional Genomics
of Critical Illness and Injury Symposia series, which now provides a forum where glue grant recipients and others discuss research progress and results.
Oxford University Press (Gary, NC/Oxford, UK) has purchased two titles from Henry Stewart Publications (Birmingham, AL/London), "Briefings in Bioinformatics" and "Briefings in Functional Genomics
and Proteomics." Oxford will begin publishing the journals in 2006.