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Nascent, but Indian genome sequencing market will take off soon

Experts suggest that it is a matter of time when products in genome sequencing will become affordable and the Indian genome sequencing market will progress towards maturity.................

Study by Indian scientists may help address drug resistant pneumococcal diseases

In recent years, Streptococcus pneumoniae has rapidly acquired resistance to several available drugs. This has prompted scientists to look for potential drug targets in the genome of the pathogen...……….

E-commerce quietly making its impact on biosupplier business

E-commerce is slowly changing the business model and procurement system of laboratory goods...……...

Rewind 2018: An action packed year for the DBT!

The Department of Biotechnology (DBT) initiated many new programmes, ranging from collaboration to scaling up, aimed at boosting industry and academic research. The top policymaking agency has been at the forefront of promoting the growth of the sector throughout the year..................

Wellcome Sanger Institute sequences reference genomes of 3,000 dangerous bacteria

Gonorrhoea, deadly Plague and dysentery among collection of bacterial genomes now publicly available through collaboration with Pacific Biosciences...........

Hyderabad facility of Sami Labs receives GMP certification

The state-of-the-art production center is situated in a 4.5-acre plot, houses facilities for herbal extractions and nutraceutical preparations................

DBT to fund R&D of genome engineering technologies

The circular by Department of Biotechnology mentions that the preference will be given to multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional or networking efforts to develop genome engineering technologies and their applications..........

GM rice to reduce phosphorus fertilizer usage

The new genetically modified rice developed at Delhi-based National Institute of Plant Genome Research (NIPGR) has improved natural phosphorus utilization capacity that can reduce use of fertilizers..........

Indian breakthrough in arhar holds promise

The scientists from the International Crop Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropic (ICRISAT) have identified the genes responsible for the two commonest diseases adversely affecting the pigeon pea yield..............

“Application of genomics has made drug discovery investments better”

In conversation with the BioVoice News, Mr Hiranjith GH- Director, MedGenome shared his insights into the company’s activities in India.......