Researchers Develop Urine Test For Bladder Cancer

Researchers at the School of Medicine have developed a highly sensitive urine test for diagnosing and monitoring bladder cancer. The test involves looking for fragments of cancer DNA in urine samples. “This study describes a new diagnostic approach to bladder cancer focused on analysis of urine samples,” said Maximilian Diehn, MD, PhD, associate professor of … More Researchers Develop Urine Test For Bladder Cancer

An entire botanical garden of genomes

A new article provides genome sequencing data that triples the number of plant species with available genome data. To date, around 350 land plant genomes have been sequenced; this article provides multiple data types for 760 plant specimens (689 species). This includes images, raw sequencing data, assembled chloroplast genomes, and preliminary nuclear genome assemblies — … More An entire botanical garden of genomes