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Algorithm holds potential to change cell biology

A new deep neural network algorithm is promising to change the way cell biologists work.   The algorithm automatically analyzes...

Symposium Debrief | Genetic Networks

CIFAR Genetic Networks and Personalized Medicine Workshop Report

On December 4, 2016, Fellows from CIFAR’s program in Genetic Networks held an introductory workshop with other clinical, academic and...

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Sequencing the Canadian beaver genome

Canadian scientists have taken a deep look at one of their country’s most iconic animals using a technique poised to...

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CIFAR fellow on team that wins $75 million to fight heart disease

CIFAR Senior Fellow Frederick Roth is a member of an international team that received the $75 million One Brave Idea Research...

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The genetic wiring of cellular life

A landmark study reveals the genetic interactions that control the function of the yeast cell, and promises to provide insight...

Case Study | Genetic Networks

Discovering how genes interact to produce autism

By working in interdisciplinary teams, researchers are able to shape new frameworks of understanding. This case study shows how the...

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Using yeast to hunt down bad mutations

Yeast can be used to identify which genetic mutations cause disease, a new study has found. The work will help...

Research Brief | Genetic Networks

Disease-causing mutations are discovered in unexplored regions of the genome

Transformational new possibilities are opening up for medicine. The human splicing code reveals unexpected insights into the genetic origins of...

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Gene-editing finds vulnerabilities in cancer cells

Researchers have exposed the weak points of several types of cancer using a gene-editing technique that can turn genes on...

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