Several of our customers have published recently, using the SVS software and I wanted to share their work. Congrats to all!
- Daria Babushok and colleagues at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia published Emergence of Clonal Hematopoiesis in the Majority of Patients with Acquired Aplastic Anemia in the Cancer Genetics Journal which used comparative whole exome sequencing to evaluate clonal hematopoiesis in acquired aplastic anemia.
- Willy Suwarno and Raman Babu at the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center and colleagues published Genome-wide association analysis reveals new targets for carotenoid biofortification in maize in Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Their work revealed new favorable native genomic variations in maize via a GWAS.
- Semon Wu at the Chinese Cultural University along with colleagues published Associations between TRPV4 genotypes and body mass index in Taiwanese subjects in Molecular Genetics and Genomics. The study used an association study to perhaps broaden the understanding of the role of neuronal influence on body weight regulation.
- Genetic Variants in Interleuking-28B Are Associated with Diabetes and Diabetes-Related complications in Patients with Chronic Hepatitis C Virus Infection was published by customer Li Jiao and colleagues at Baylor College of Medicine in Digestive Diseases and Sciences. The team used a cross-sectional study in an effort to find a link between host interleukin-28B genetic polymorphisms and insulin resistance in patients with chronic hepatitis C virus.
- Alma Islas-Trejo, Gonzalo Rincon, Juan Medrano and colleagues of the University of California, Davis published RNA Sequencing to Study Gene Expression and SNP Variations Associated with Growth in Zebrafish Fed a Plant Protein-Based Diet in Marine Biotechnology. Their study sought to measure gene expression in zebrafish and then identify SNPs to be used as potential markers in a growth association study.
- Sequence and analysis of a whole genome from Kuwaiti population subgroup of Persian ancestry was published in BMC Genomics by Gaurav Thareja, Sumi John, Thangavel Alphonse Thanaraj and colleagues at Dasman Diabetes Institute. Their work provides, for the first time provides reference genome resource for the population of Persian ancestry.
- Inge Pedersen and colleagues of Aalborg Hospital published ECEL1 mutation causes fetal arthrogryposis multiplex congenita in the American Journal of Medical Genetics which used whole exome sequencing to determine a cause for fetal arthrogryposis multiplex congenita.
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