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Duchenne UK backs Evox dystrophin delivery project

Duchenne UK backs Evox dystrophin delivery project

One of the big problems facing gene therapies that the dystrophin gene is long – in fact the longest gene sequence in the human genome – so truncated versions coding for ‘microdystrophins’have

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    Entirely new fields of medicine are emerging, such as human genomics and precision therapies that are tailor-made for the individual based on specific genome sequencing.

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    However, it was only 20 years ago that several genomics companies, led by Human Genome Sciences Inc, thought they could secure a monopoly position over unprecedented drug targets by filing patents ... on gene sequences emerging from their own human

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    100, 000 Genomes Project. ... It represents the world’s largest depository of whole genomes with associated clinical data, and is already being used to diagnose and personalise treatment for people with rare diseases and cancers.

  • Integrating digital biomarkers into precision medicine Integrating digital biomarkers into precision medicine

    In many ways, this model parallels traditional biomarker development where, for example, blood samples can be collected early in clinical research to then support genome-wide association studies to detect genetic

  • Avoiding data pitfalls in clinical research Avoiding data pitfalls in clinical research

    This is a deceptively difficult task, but once patient IDs are matched within the clinical trial database, researchers have access to an analytical environment that ties together the entire genome, adverse ... With the terabytes and petabytes of data

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