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Gene Genie #39 at Genetics & Health

The  39th edition is up at Genetics & Health. A great compilation of articles and blogposts about human genetics and personalized medicine. Thank you, Grace Ibay, for hosting Gene Genie.

Gene Genie is the blog carnival of genes and gene-related diseases. Our plan is to cover the whole genome before 2082 (it means 14-15 genes every two weeks). We accept articles on the news of genomics and clinical genetics. The news and articles of personalized genetics are also included. Check out Gene Genie for more about this unique field of medicine.

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Many thanks to Ricardo Vidal for the logo!

Don’t forget to submit your articles via the official page.

Let me know if you would like to host an edition.

Here are all the issues of Gene genie:

Gene Genie 38: Back in action!

Gene Genie is the blog carnival of clinical genetics and personalized medicine. Enjoy the numerous posts and articles focusing on these interesting fields of medicine. We dedicate this carnival edition to genetic testing, SNP watch and DNA.

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Many thanks to Ricardo Vidal for the logo!

Genetic Testing:

Grace Ibay at Genetics & Health analysed whether genetic testing would motivate us to healthier life.

Edward Farmer at DecodeYou posted about deCODE BreastCancer™, a genetic test to screen for risk of the most common forms of breast cancer. Edward Weinman introduced Jack Doughery, a deCODEme customer, to us.

The Paternity Blog also covered this important topic.

Lisa E. Lee at DNA Direct Talk had 3 great posts. Stool DNA testing; FDA Recommends Genetic Test Before Taking HIV/AIDS Drug; and some thoughts about about Down screening.

Retinoblastoma video:

Personalized Genetics and SNP:

Yann Klimentidis posted about genes that can predict hair color.

Hsien-Hsien Lei at Eye on DNA interviewed Terry Carmichael, VP of Marketing & Sales at Consumer Genetics.

The Spittoon blog presented a genetic link between obesity and colorectal cancer.

Blaine Bettinger at The Genetic Genealogist informed us when we can have the first $1,000 genome.

Barbara Duck at The Medical Quack wrote in details about the group of Scripps, Navigenics, Affymetrix and Microsoft that may change personalized medicine.

Gene-ography from ScienCentral:

DNA and clinical genetics:

The PHG Foundation let us know about a potential new treatment for cystic fibrosis.

Sandra Porter at Discovering Biology in a Digital World analysed why a mutation in Google-cofounder, Sergey Brin, would cause Parkinson’s disease.

According to Wired Science, Gene Therapy Restores Sight as two people who once were blind now can see.

Larry Moran at Sandwalk focused again on junk DNA and discussed the issue with an Adaptationist.

Walter Jessen at Highlight Health had a detailed and well-referenced article about the Cancer Genome Atlas and the molecular characterization of brain tumors.

History of genetics video:

If you want to host the 39th issue of Gene Genie, let me know (berci.mesko [at] gmail.com). Don’t forget to submit your articles via the official page.

And also check the Gene Genie official blog out!

Gene Genie #36 and #37

Because of my surgery exam, it was a bit hard to keep up with the latest editions:

The  36th edition is up at Human Genetics Disorders. A great compilation of articles and blogposts about human genetics and personalized medicine. Thank you, Chavonne Jones, for hosting Gene Genie.

The  37th edition is up at The Genetic Genealogist. A great compilation of articles and blogposts about human genetics and personalized medicine. Thank you, Blaine Bettinger, for hosting Gene Genie.

Gene Genie is the blog carnival of genes and gene-related diseases. Our plan is to cover the whole genome before 2082 (it means 14-15 genes every two weeks). We accept articles on the news of genomics and clinical genetics. The news and articles of personalized genetics are also included. Check out Gene Genie for more about this unique field of medicine.

gene_genie_logo_400.jpg
Many thanks to Ricardo Vidal for the logo!

Next edition is due to be published on the 30st of September 2008. Don’t forget to submit your articles via the official page.

Let me know if you would like to host an edition.

Here are all the issues of Gene genie:

Gene Genie #35 at MicrobiologyBytes

The  35th edition is up at MicrobiologyBytes. A great compilation of articles and blogposts about human genetics and personalized medicine. Thank you, Alan J. Cann, for hosting Gene Genie.

It’s high summer, and the internet is a dead as a doornail, but a few diligent bloggers are still slogging away at the keyboard while everyone else is at the beach.

Gene Genie is the blog carnival of genes and gene-related diseases. Our plan is to cover the whole genome before 2082 (it means 14-15 genes every two weeks). We accept articles on the news of genomics and clinical genetics. The news and articles of personalized genetics are also included. Check out Gene Genie for more about this unique field of medicine.

gene_genie_logo_400.jpg
Many thanks to Ricardo Vidal for the logo!

Next edition is due to be published on the 31st of August 2008 at Human Genetics Disorders. Don’t forget to submit your articles via the official page.

Let me know if you would like to host an edition.

Here are all the issues of Gene genie:

Gene Genie 34: Summertime

This is the first time I host Gene Genie since January. Gene Genie is the blog carnival of clinical genetics and personalized medicine. Enjoy the numerous posts and articles focusing on these interesting fields of medicine.

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Many thanks to Ricardo Vidal for the logo!

Gene – Phenotype:

Walter Jessen at Highlight HEALTH had a great post, Neurofibromatosis: From Genes to Complications to Treatments.

On Science Blog, you can read more about women’s genes and alcoholism.

Daniel MacArthur at Genetic Future presented the adventure gene.

Steve Murphy, our Gene Sherpa, informed us about a new gene in atrial fibrillation.

Rebecca Taylor at Mary Meets Dolly talked about a lesson in genetic testing: the I148T mutation.

said Rett Syndrome was on Fox Show.

Yann Klimentidis analyzed some skin cancer and pigmentation genetic variants.

Chavonne Jones at Human Genetics Disorders posted an article and a video about Marfan Syndrome.

Genetic Testing:

Aaron Rowe at Wired listed 10 reasons why regulators should not hinder genetic testing.

The DNA Testing Blog talked about DNA testing for members of the military.

Personalized Medicine:

Jason Bobe at The Personal Genome shared the Wired article of Thomas Goetz with us.

Andrew Yates at Think Gene reviewed the deCODEme Genome Browser.

A Forum for Improving Drug Safety featured genetic influence in antidepressant effectiveness.

At Genetic Future, you can read more about the challenges of psychiatric genetics.

Yann Klimentidis analyzed structure-informative SNPs among European Americans.

Deepak Singh at BBGM said thinks your SNPs are your information.

The question at Genomeboy is to sink or to swim.

Dr. Eric Topol introduces the Genomic Medicine Resource Center with a discussion of personal genomics.

Wikis and Else:

Larry Moran at Sandwalk presented a Gene Wiki. Check the comments out as well.

According to Wired, Genes Don’t Explain African AIDS Epidemic.

Evolgen tried to help us answer the question, how many genes we share with our twentieth cousin.

The 35th issue of Gene Genie will be hosted on the 3rd of August. Don’t forget to submit your articles via the official page.

And also check the Gene Genie official blog out! If you’d like to host an edition, don’t hesitate to contact me at berci.mesko [at] gmail.com.

Gene Genie #33 at Neurophilosophy

The  33rd edition is up at Neurophilosophy. A great compilation of articles and blogposts about human genetics and personalized medicine. Thank you, MC, for hosting Gene Genie.

Gene Genie is the blog carnival of genes and gene-related diseases. Our plan is to cover the whole genome before 2082 (it means 14-15 genes every two weeks). We accept articles on the news of genomics and clinical genetics. The news and articles of personalized genetics are also included. Check out Gene Genie for more about this unique field of medicine.

gene_genie_logo_400.jpg
Many thanks to Ricardo Vidal for the logo!

Next edition is due to be published on the 8th of June. Don’t forget to submit your articles via the official page.

Let me know if you would like to host an edition.

Here are all the issues of Gene genie:

Gene Genie #32 at Highlight HEALTH

The  32nd edition is up at Highlight HEALTH with the title: Googling the Genie. A great compilation of articles and blogposts about human genetics and personalized medicine. Thank you, Walter Jessen, for hosting Gene Genie.

Gene Genie is the blog carnival of genes and gene-related diseases. Our plan is to cover the whole genome before 2082 (it means 14-15 genes every two weeks). We accept articles on the news of genomics and clinical genetics. The news and articles of personalized genetics are also included. Check out Gene Genie for more about this unique field of medicine.

gene_genie_logo_400.jpg
Many thanks to Ricardo Vidal for the logo!

Next edition is due to be published at Neurophilosophy on the 8th of June. Don’t forget to submit your articles via the official page.

Here are all the issues of Gene genie:

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