A genome is an organism’s complete set of DNA, including all of its genes. Each genome contains all of the information needed to build and maintain that organism. In humans, a copy of the entire genome—more than 3 billion DNA base pairs—is contained in all cells that have a nucleus. Technology and resources created by the human Genome (HG) already have a major input on research across the life sciences. There are some potential benefits of HG research to they are molecular medicine, microbial genome, risk assessment, evolution, DNA forensic and agriculture. The HG is "starting to have profound impact on the biomedical research and promise to revolutionize the wider spectrum of biological research and medical medicine".
With the HG molecular medicine can improve diagnosis of disease, detect genetic predispositions to disease earlier, ration drug design, control gene therapy and control systems of drugs, and create pharamacogenomics customs drugs. The potential for using genes themselves to treat disease, known as gene therapy, has captured the imaginations of the public and the biomedical community for good reason. This rapidly developing field holds great potential for treating or even curing genetic and acquired diseases.
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Researches in Genomics include:
• TCGA researchers identify four subtypes of stomach cancer
• Study identifies novel genomic changes in the most common type of lung cancer
• Next step of cutting-edge research into Alzheimer's disease genome
• New clinical sites in Undiagnosed Diseases Network
• Use of clinical genome and exome sequencing
• New approach to analyzing tumor genome promises expanded results
Associations of genome are National Human genome research institute Conferences:
• Single Cell Genomics held during 9–11 Sept, 2014 at Stockholm, Sweden
• 15th International Meeting on Human Genome Variation and Complex Genome Analysis (HGV2014) held during 17–19 Sept, 2014 at Belfast, Northern Ireland
• The Genomics of Common Diseases 2014 held during 17–20, Sept, 2014 at Potomac, MD, USA
• Genome Informatics 2014 held during 21–24, Sept, 2014 at Cambridge, UK
• BioMed Central Conference: Beyond the Genome held during 8–10, Oct, 2014 at Boston, USA
• EMBO Conference: From functional genomics to systems biology held during 8–11, Oct, 2014 at Heidelberg, Germany
• CSHL Personal Genomes held during 12–15, Oct, 2014 at Cold Spring Harbor, NY, USA
Conclusion: Genomes conference will be an appropriate and timely occasion to offer an outstanding discussion forum for the best international researchers in all fields of Genome research to discuss newly discovered aspects of Genomes.
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