Clinical OMICS

MAY-JUN 2017

Healthcare magazine for research scientists, labs, pathologists, hospitals, cancer centers, physicians and biopharma companies providing news articles, expert interviews and videos about molecular diagnostics in precision medicine

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Page 2 of 47 May/June 2017 Clinical OMICs 1 Cover: National Cancer Institute; Above (top right): National Cancer Institute; (top left) Thermo Fisher Scientific; (middle right) Vanderbilt Vaccine Center; (bottom left) Thermo Fisher Scientific; (bottom right) lvcandy / Getty Images. VOL. 4, Issue No. 2 May/June 2017 3 | NEWS Rocking the Baseline Verily, Duke and Stanford Aim to Make Medicine More Predictive with New Baseline Study 10 | FROM THE EDITOR Can EHRs Adapt to Share Genomic Data? 11 | OP-ED Raising the Bar in Target Enrichment 12 | IN THE CLINIC Data for Diagnosis: Edico Genome and Congenica to Provide All-In-One Clinical Decision Support Package 16 | DIAGNOSTICS Next-Gen Diagnostics: ermo Fisher Scientific, University Hospital Basel Partner on NGS Cancer Diagnostics 30 | DATA & INFORMATICS Immune Investigators: Human Immunome Program Seeks Insights on Preventing and Controlling Disease 34 | IN THE LAB Splicing Error Detectives: A Newly Developed Assay Helps Identify Disease-Causing Mutations in the Exome that Alter Gene Splicing 39 | NEW PRODUCTS 40 | PRECISION MEDICINE For the (Electronic Health) Record: Feds Back Pilot Project to Make Genetic Data-Sharing More Manageable 44 | INDUSTRY EVENTS The Power of One Single-Cell Genomics Targets Cancer on Its Own Terms Sequencing the RNA of single cells is unlocking the secrets of tumor heterogeneity and opening doors to better cancer diagnostics and targeted therapies. Massive Potential As mass spectrometry's accuracy and specificity improves, it breaks new ground in proteomics, metabolomics, and diagnostics. 20 26

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