Morning tea to raise the profile of rare disease

Kirilee Caston is living with a rare and invisible disease. Kirilee, who works at the Australian Phenomics Facility (APF), is inviting members of the ANU...

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Towards precision medicine

Phenotyping human diseases in mice. The 16th Frank & Bobbie Fenner Conference - 20-21 October 2014 Latest DNA sequencing technologies now allow systematic...

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Sequencing services for mouse and human.

The Australian Phenomics Facility's Sequencing and Bioinformatics Pipeline s now available for both mouse and human work. For more information please...

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Phenomics – Connecting, Collaborating & Integrating human disease research

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