Tag Archives: precision medicine

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  • 29 July

    NIH-Led Researchers Develop Software that could Facilitate Drug Development

    A team of researchers led by a National Institutes of Health investigator, Teresa Przytycka, Ph.D., has developed a new software tool called AptaTRACE that could be an important advance for drug developers and other scientists who want to identify molecules that bind with high precision to targets of interest. “This …

  • 21 July

    Precision Cancer Test Validated for Clinical Usage

    A powerful next-generation genome-sequencing test developed at Weill Cornell Medicine can detect mutations that guide precision cancer treatment with over 95 percent accuracy, according to new research. The scientists say their findings, published July 20 in NPJ Genomic Medicine, validate the test, called Weill Cornell Medicine EXaCT-1, and demonstrate its …