R&D World | The need for next generation analytics to extract valuable insights from genomic biobank data

Precision medicine is poised to transform healthcare, with biobanks being identified as a key enabler to bring it to fruition by 2030 by putting new, extended datasets at the disposal of pharmaceutical researchers and healthcare professionals. — by Marilyn Matz

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Clinical Laboratory || Paradigm4 introduces Precision Cell Atlas for REVEAL: SingleCell app

Paradigm4 has introduced the ‘Precision Cell Atlas’ as an integral component of its REVEAL: SingleCell app. The Precision Cell Atlas enables scientists to create a custom cell atlas by selectively combining an unlimited number of samples from multiple datasets for specific research objectives and explicitly saving them for collaboration, reuse,

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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.

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LABIOTECH || Partnership between Paradigm4 and Alnylam accelerates drug target discovery

New genetically-validated drug targets are found at accelerated speed using population scale biobank genotype-phenotype datasets after a foundational partnership is formed between Paradigm4 and Alnylam.