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NemaMetrix raises $5 million USD funding and strengthens senior team

  Investment will be used to further develop the Company’s Precisome platform for functional analysis New investment led by Oregon Venture Fund Dr Stephen Turner appointed as Senior Research Fellow to help lead company expansion   Eugene, Oregon, USA, 29 July 2019: NemaMetrix, an Oregon-based company that provides phenotyping and functional analysis using C. elegans …

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National Epilepsy Week 2019

May 20th-26th 2019 is National Epilepsy Week! National Epilepsy Week is dedicated to educating the broader community on epilepsy, supporting those who suffer from the condition, and general awareness building in regards to epilepsy and potential treatments. NemaMetrix is dedicated to being part of the solution leading to “a world without epilepsy”. Though there are …

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DNA Day 2019!

Did you know April 25th is National DNA Day? This day is held annually to celebrate the completion of the Human Genome Project in 2003 and the discovery of DNA’s double helix in 1953, two discoveries that have paved the way for the amazing progress being made with genome engineering today. As the history of genome engineering …

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New Milestone! We can now remove over 43,000 bp from C. elegans genomic DNA!

12k, 24k, 36k…we can now precisely remove over 43k bp from C. elegans genomic DNA! Knocking out genes is a commonly used tool for biologists to understand gene function in live animals. The examination of phenotypes when a gene is deleted can reveal valuable insights into what role that gene plays in the organism and …

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Child Neurology Meeting: Bernard Sachs Award to William B. Dobyns and Precision Medicine in Epilepsy Lecture

The Child Neurology Society honored William (Bill) Dobyns for his highly impactful efforts in characterizing child neurology. In a prolific and highly influential carrier, Bill talked about how the key influencers in his life shaped the directions he pursued.  Reinforcing the title of his talk “The Names of Things, ” Bill was the first to …

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