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Genomics & Health Impact Update


Volume 30   Number 23   June 6 - June 13, 2013

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Global Alliance for Sharing Genomic and Clinical Data

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Features of the Week


Evidence Matters in Genomic Medicine

Genomics and the Public's Health: It is a Genomic World!

Whole Genome Sequencing for All?

National CPR week

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Diseases of the Week


Prostate Cancer Screening, Genomics & Family History

Tourette Syndrome

Skin Cancer Awareness

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Select Events

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Reports and Publications


Cancer

Ethics, Policy and Law

Family History

Genomics in Practice

Genomic Tests

Guidelines and Recommendations

Public Health Sciences

Reviews and Commentaries on Science & Technology

Tools and Databases

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CDC-Authored Genomics Publications


CDC authors are indicated in bold

Genomic analysis of filoviruses associated with four viral hemorrhagic fever outbreaks in Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2012
Albarino CG, Shoemaker T, Khristova ML, Wamala JF, Muyembe JJ, Balinandi S, Tumusiime A, Campbell S, Cannon D, Gibbons A, Bergeron E, Bird B, Dodd K, Spiropoulou C, Erickson BR, Guerrero L, Knust B, Nichol ST, Rollin PE, Stroher U. Virology. 2013 May 24.

Genome sequence of Salmonella enterica serotype Tennessee strain CDC07-0191, implicated in the 2006-2007 multistate food-borne outbreak linked to peanut butter in the United States
Deng X, Salazar JK, Frezet S, Maccannell D, Ribot EM, Fields PI, Fricke WF, Zhang W. Genome Announc. 2013 ;1(3).

Complete nucleotide sequences of plasmids pACK2 and pACK5 from Staphylococcus simulans biovar staphylolyticus
Gargis AS, Heath LS, Heath HE, Leblanc PA, Gargis SR, Harris TH, Sloan GL. Plasmid. 2013 May;69(3):257-62.

The use of US health insurance data for surveillance of rare disorders: hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia
Grosse SD, Boulet SL, Grant AM, Hulihan MM, Faughnan ME. Genet Med. 2013 May 23

Systems analysis of genetic variation in MPTP neurotoxicity in mice
Jones BC, Miller DB, O'Callaghan JP, Lu L, Unger EL, Alam G, Williams RW. Neurotoxicology. 2013 Apr 1;37C:26-34.

Permanent neonatal diabetes mellitus: prevalence and genetic diagnosis in the SEARCH for Diabetes in Youth Study
Kanakatti Shankar R, Pihoker C, Dolan LM, Standiford D, Badaru A, Dabelea D, Rodriguez B, Black MH, Imperatore G, Hattersley A, Ellard S, Gilliam LK. Pediatr Diabetes. 2013 May;14(3):174-80.

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