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BIO-IT World | Is Precision Medicine Ready For Data From Billions Of Cells?

Popular opinion is that two big shifts have changed the game for bioinformatics. The first is a technology development—single cell ‘omics—that began just over 10 years ago, the other is a more recent move to a new model of drug discovery that looks to leverage the vast amounts of human genetic data now being generated in support of precision medicine.

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Foundational partnership with Paradigm4 enables Alnylam Pharmaceuticals to rapidly accelerate RNAi- based drug target discovery

25th October 2022: Paradigm4’s REVEAL Integrative Analytics platform enables Alnylam Pharmaceuticals to discover novel, genetically-validated drug targets from population scale biobank genotype-phenotype datasets and underlies the extraordinary pace and productivity of Alnylam’s RNAi therapeutics pipeline. Using Paradigm4’s cloud-based scientific analytics platform and data from the UK Biobank, Alnylam has identified

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The Analytical Scientist | The Vast Potential of Single-Cell Analysis

Single-cell analysis has great promise… but how can we get there? by Zachary Pitluk

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Biocompare || Introduction to Spatial Metabolomics

Metabolomics—often referred to as the youngest of the omics—provides key insight into phenotype. However, bulk metabolomics requires the homogenization of the sample and is thus unable to discern metabolic differences at a cellular level.