CRISPR is taking science and genetics to a whole new level. Read here to catch up on this latest technology.
The FDA just approved the first “artificial pancreas”! Read more about the implications and how this will benefit millions of patients suffering from type 1 diabetes.
On Monday morning, the FDA controversially approved the first drug for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Read more on how the drug works and what impact this will have in healthcare and medicine!
First Alzheimer’s treatment, sickle-cell gene therapy and more!
Genetic testing often leaves patients on their own. We found a way to fix that and make sure you have help every step of the way.
The future on Alzheimer’s research; CRISPR updates; wheat sensitivity biology; consequence of prolonged sitting countered with activity
Missing Link Found Between Brain and Immune System; Major Implications for Diseases A new study from scientists at the University of Virginia may overturn the knowledge found in many health textbooks. Researchers have determined that the brain is directly connected to the immune system by vessels previously thought not to exist. The discovery could have…
Last week, President Obama wrote an article on precision medicine from the White House; here’s how we can get it into your house.
On June 29, 2016, cell biologists at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center “have identified a new method for determining the lengths of telomeres, the endcaps of chromosomes, which can influence cancer progression and aging” (UT Southwestern Medical Center). Telomeres–the “protective tips” of DNA strands which comprise chromosome ends–can be compared to the…
In these weekly posts, we will briefly touch upon the big news in healthcare, genomics, and our company!
We’re more than just our genomes, we are our environment! Epigenetics shows how our lifestyle can affect us on Earth and in space! Read more inside.
New Amsterdam Genomics recently entered a partnership with Cenegenics!