Gastric Cancer and Genomic DNA Sequence Gastric cancer, cancer of the lining of the stomach where food is first digested, is a dangerous disease which is difficult to diagnose early. This cancer, like all other cancers, has distinct patholo...

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Gastric Cancer and Genomic DNA Sequence

Gastric cancer, cancer of the lining of the stomach where food is first digested, is a dangerous disease which is difficult to diagnose early. This cancer, like all other cancers, has distinct patholo...

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Oral Cancer in The Indian Subcontinent

Cancer of the oral cavity, including tongue, inner lips, oral cavity mucosa, epiglottis, and upper esophageal areas are generally uncommon in the west but fairly common in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka,...

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History of Dog Breeds & Dog Breed Identification

Dogs have evolved to become one of humankind’s closest companions. It is widely believed that the domestication of dogs from their probable ancestors, wolves, began some 20,000 to 40,000 years ago, th...

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From the hungry wolf to the Aussie Shepherd: A Story of the Dog-Human Journey Being Retold by Genofax™

Our closest non-human companions are our dogs. In Australia dogs have an almost universal presence in our homes. They are our aides in our distress, mates in our playfulness and companions of our lone...

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Genofax™ will deploy Artificial Intelligence for genomic and microbiome data analysis to provide personalised nutritional, lifestyle and subsidiary medical recommendations as an adjunct to advice given by doctors

The new era of medicine requires the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) more than ever before. Medical and nutritional science is now deluged with large volume of data (big data) from technol...

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The story of human gut microbiome

It is often said that a human body of 30 trillion cells allegedly inhabits 40 trillion microbial cells. These microbes collectively form our microbiome, most of which reside in our gut. With the adven...

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Characteristics and Variations of the Human Genome: Key to Personalised Medicine and Nutrition.

Humans are the most genetically variable species on the face of earth. This genetic variability arose from the success of humans to populate the world in a period that is slow enough to produce numero...