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Living Life to the Fullest: A Decade with Lynch Syndrome
Read the story of Mike Dampf, who found out he had Lynch syndrome when he was diagnosed with colon cancer at age 37.
Altering Genetic Destiny: The Life-Saving Power of Lynch Syndrome Detection
Lynch Syndrome is the most common form of hereditary colon cancer. Learn about Jacqueline Rush, who lost her battle with colorectal cancer at the young age of 23.
Considerations in MSI Testing for Addressing Racial and Ethnically Diverse Patient Populations
Understanding the limitations of MSI assays across racial populations may be essential for determining therapeutic options for racially and ethnically diverse patient populations.
SARS-CoV-2 and the Antibody Response in COVID-19 Patients
This review provides an introduction to the humoral immune response and discusses how the immune system reacts to SARS-CoV-2 infection.
What Are Seroprevalence Surveys and What Do They Tell Us About COVID-19?
Serologic tests can indicate whether an individual has previously been infected by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, and this review discusses the role of serosurveys in monitoring COVID-19.
Understanding the Complicated Relationship Between Insulin, Glucagon and GIP
A diabetic researcher discovers that GIP stimulates insulin secretion through dual actions in alpha and beta cells.
Metagenomics, Microbes and the Meaning of Life
Christopher Mason uses metagenomics to make new discoveries about the microbiome in us and around us to better understand the influence and impact of what it means to be human.
Solving the Biggest Problem in Seawater Desalination
Membrane fouling is a costly problem in desalination. A graduate student at IHE Delft worked with Promega scientists to prevent this issue, using a simple ATP assay to monitor biomass in raw seawater.