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CAG in the Press

In the largest-ever genetic study of cholesterol and other blood lipids, an international consortium led by CAG's Brendan Keating has identified 21 new gene variants associated with relevant risks.
Article by: Sacramento Bee; October 12, 2012
 

BGI, the world’s largest genomics organization, and The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) today announced that they have jointly initiated the 1,000 Rare Diseases Project with the aim of accelerating the discovery of genetic variants underlying rare diseases.
Article by: CHOP Press; June 18, 2012
 

Next-generation genetic test to incorporate novel variants - launch planned for late 2012.
Article by: Market Watch; May 17, 2012
 

Recent discoveries in epigenetics could soon make a clinical difference for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorder, and other conditions, according to an expert.
Article by: Family Practive News; April 30, 2012
 

Genetics researchers have identified at least two new gene variants that increase the risk of common childhood obesity.
Article by: USA Today; April 08, 2012
 

Gene Chip, Invented by Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Scientist, Pinpoints New Target to Prevent Heart Disease.
Article by: Forbes; March 15, 2012
 

In the largest genetics study of Type 2 diabetes, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia said the findings could point to biological targets for developing more effective drugs for the disease, which accounts for most of the nearly 26 million people living with diabetes in the United States.
Article by: DSN News; February 16, 2012
 

Researchers at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia have located a specific genetic variation that may affect about 10% of ADHD patients, and the finding could enable doctors to individualize treatment.
Article by: EMax; December 15, 2011
 

Extended studies identified over 200 genes interacting with glutamate receptors that were collectively affected by CNVs, sug­gesting that up to 10% of individuals with ADHD may be enriched for GRM network variants.
Article by: Medline Plus; December 5, 2011
 

This week, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia announced that it has become BGI’s newest partner, teaming up with the institute to sequence and analyze the genomes of each of its patients.The aim is to discover genes underpinning rare and common pediatric diseases.
Article by: Forbes; November 11, 2011