Clinical Genomics

Clinical genomics is the use of genomic sequencing in clinical basis like for diagnosis, treatment of disease caused in patients. It is a new and rapidly changing field. The diseases like cystic fibrosis and sickle cell anaemia, which are caused by a single base pair change to DNA sequencing, these mutations can be corrected by CRISPR/ Cas technology.

Cas technology is based on genome editing which is proposed by Editas Medicine with an investment of about $43million. Researchers adopted this technique as most of the microbes use protein and RNA’s against invading viruses. The technique involves the editing of stretches in DNA and also to edit single base pairs of the human genome. It was also believed to cure untreatable diseases possibly.

  • Techniques and tools in clinical genetics
  • Clinical gene therapy
  • Molecular genetics of common and complex diseases
  • Genomics Healthcare
  • Future aspects & emerging fields in clinical genomics

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