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Environmental group says small fish could disappear from Pine Valley water project

Environmental group says small fish could disappear from Pine Valley water project

The lesser chub is a small species of minnow native to Utah with only a handful of wild populations remaining, photo location unspecified, October 11, 2016 | Photo courtesy of BLM via Flickr, St. George News/Cedar City News CEDAR TOWN — The Center of Biological Diversity intends to sue the United States Fish and Wildlife …

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Study explores how genes and small molecules influence disease risk |  Sciences-Environment

Study explores how genes and small molecules influence disease risk | Sciences-Environment

Each individual has an individual chemical fingerprint. The composition of small molecules in the blood, such as fats or sugars, determines how our body reacts to outside influences, the illnesses we are susceptible to, and the severity of an illness. In an international collaboration with partners in Cambridge (UK), scientists from the Berlin Institute of …

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MGI Sequencing Platform and Sentieon Machine Learning Model Help Improve Small Variant Calling Accuracy for Whole Genome Sequencing Data

DNAscope, a germline variant calling pipeline from San Jose-based analytics firm Sentieon, achieved superior SNP and indel accuracy compared to other standard datasets, according to a recent preprint from the company. The study authors coupled DNAscope with MGI Standard MPS chemistry, forming a new DNAscope model for the MGI DNBSEQ-G400* sequencing platform. The highly accurate …

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